HyperHeal is Baltimore’s largest privately-held wound care and hyperbaric medical practice led by Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doc in Hyperbaric Medicine, Ziad K. Mirza, MD. Our medical team comprised of vascular surgeons, general surgeons, podiatrists, and primary care doctors is one of the most experienced and sought after around. Many of our physicians have established and served as a Medical Director of wound care and hyperbaric units at local hospitals in the Greater Baltimore, Maryland area.
In addition, our experienced and hand-picked wound care nurses our hyperbaric technicians are all certified, a requirement at HyperHeal Hyperbarics that not all medical facilities require. Based on our expertise, commitment to excellence, and delivery of high-quality care, HyperHeal Hyperbarics received AAAHC accreditation. This indicates our level of patient care and safety requirements meet or exceed nationally recognized standards. When you combine our leadership, AAAHC accreditation, a team of experienced doctors, a dedicated staff who strive to provide the best care at a reasonable cost, were well positioned to be the most sought-after outpatient wound care and hyperbaric oxygen medical center.
To respect each patient, caregiver, staff member, referring physician provider, and business service provider.
To always deliver the highest quality of professional and compassionate care for our patients and their loved ones.
To be honest in our communications and ethical in all of our interactions with patients with a focus on doing the right thing for those we serve.
To accept responsibility for our actions, attitudes, and health. To approach challenges in a manner that reflects professional maturity, confidence, and respect for others.
To embrace diversity as an essential component in the way we deliver care; using the most familiar language in a manner that leads to better outcomes.
To continually improve our services, skills and programs through learning and innovation for the benefit of our patients; and to educate the community on HBOT.