In this case, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helped a patient with sudden hearing loss recovery fully, regaining 100% of her hearing.
Heal with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy In New England
Located in Randolph, Massachusetts, 20 miles south of Boston, HMS New England is an independent hyperbaric oxygen therapy clinic, and the only hyperbaric facility in the area that offers a multiplace experience. Formally known as Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Centers, this location has been providing high-quality, comfortable, and safe HBOT to New England for more than 20 years.
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- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Concussion Recovery
- AllWays Health Partners
- BCBS of Massachusetts
- Fallon Health
- Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
- Tufts Health Plan
- United Healthcare
HMS is also working to establish in-network status with several additional major carriers and government payers. Please be advised that HMS offers cash-pay programs and several financing options as well.
HMS New England was formally known as Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Centers, which has been serving eastern Massachusetts and the surrounding areas for more than 20 years. As the only multiplace (more than one occupant) hyperbaric oxygen facility in Massachusetts, HMS New England is uniquely equipped to help care for patients who experience confinement anxiety, or require assistance while receiving therapy. Similar to our other locations in New York and Fort Lauderdale, this Randolph, MA clinic offers a comfort, convenience, and personalized care unmatched by any hospital-based center.
Furthermore, at HMS New England, we provide care at a fraction of the cost of a hospital-based center, and are the only independent hyperbaric provider contracted with insurance companies in the greater Boston area.
The clinic is conveniently located adjacent to nearby highways, with access to public transportation and directly available free parking, less than a half hour south of Boston.
HMS New England is the fourth HMS location, and is an organic extension of our approach to hyperbaric medicine. We are elated to work with the amazing medical leadership and clinical staff that has been providing safe and effective hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) since 2001.
Directions and Parking
HMS Randolph is conveniently located just a few miles outside of Boston, adjacent to nearby highways including I-93, MA-24, and MA-28. Customers have direct access to free parking on Russ Street and we’re also easily accessible via public transportation. Our facility is located next to Regional Home Care, on the side of the shopping center that features Aqua Dental and La Novita Salon & Spa.
Medical Team at this Location
Rosemary Byrne, MSN, ANP-BC, ACHRN
Clinical Director - New England
Rosemary is a Boston College graduate who started her career as a registered nurse on Massachusetts General Hospital's gynecology/oncology surgical unit before becoming a board certified nurse practitioner. She obtained her master's degree from the MGH Institute of Health Professions in 2005 with certification as both an Adult and a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She has extensive experience in women's health and worked as a Nurse Practitioner for Planned Parenthood before joining Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment Centers in 2009. She has been the Clinical Director of this site since then and is certified as an Advanced Certified Hyperbaric Registered Nurse. She was a clinical instructor and lecturer for the MGH Institute of Health Professions. Rosemary is passionate about education and the increased use and awareness of hyperbaric medicine. Recently Rosemary has completed the Program for Advanced Training in Hyperbaric Medicine is a Hyperbaric Advanced Practitioner.
Linesary Cezaire, CNP
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Depending on a number of factors, the effects of HBOT can last for several weeks or months, and, in some cases, they may be permanent.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps a women with a failed flap and non-healing would following an abdominoplasty aka tummy tuck, a well-known plastic surgery.