Podiatrist Greg D. Clark, M.D. Joins Specialists Providing Care at the Center for Wound Healing at Ocean Medical CenterGreg Clark, DPM., a podiatrist who is board certified in podiatric surgery and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery, has joined the physician panel at the Center for Wound Healing at Ocean Medical Center. He joins a diverse group of specialists who treat patients with hard-to-heal wounds.
Along with other specialists in vascular surgery, podiatry, general surgery and internal medicine, Dr. Clark provides wound care expertise at the center. Treatments include hyperbaric oxygen therapy, negative pressure therapies, bioengineered tissues and biosynthetics to reintroduce the body's innate ability to heal.
Chronic wounds affect more than 8 million people in the U.S. and the incidence is rising, fueled by an aging population and increasing rates of diseases and conditions such as diabetes, obesity and the late effects of radiation therapy.
"Dr. Clark's expertise and experience is a wonderful resource for the patients at our wound center," says Dean Q. Lin, FACHE, president of Ocean Medical Center. "There is a tremendous need in the community and we are here to help people regain quality of life by healing chronic wounds."
By joining the panel of medical experts at The Center for Wound Healing at Ocean Medical Center, a member of the HealogicsT network, Dr. Clark will collaborate with a network of academic medical centers, hospitals and thousands of professionals committed to advancing wound healing by creating, sharing, and activating wound prevention and care expertise.
Dr. Clark completed his medical residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and speaks English and Spanish. To learn more about services offered at the Center for Wound Healing at Ocean Medical Center, or for a wound evaluation, call 732-840-3399.
About Ocean Medical Center
Standing out as a premier medical center along the Jersey Shore, Ocean Medical Center is home to exceptional talent, state-of-the-art technologies, and a growing medical campus, all surrounded by a community that offers quality of life for individuals and families of all ages. Ocean is a 281-bed non-profit community hospital located in Brick, New Jersey that provides health care programs and services in all major medical disciplines. Some key services include designation as a Primary Stroke Center; brain lab and neurological surgery; DaT Scan and advanced imaging technology; general, thoracic, and vascular surgery; comprehensive cancer care and radiation therapy technologies; a Joint Commission accredited orthopedic program; one of the nation's most advanced cardiac catheterization laboratories and cardiac services; maternity, Acute Care of the Elderly, and critical care services. The Medical Center has begun a four-level Master Facility Plan that will transform the campus through an $82 million project that sets a foundation for future decades of growth. The main component of the project is a new 44,300 sq. ft. Emergency Department. The Medica Center features Magnet award winning nurses who work in collaboration with the medical staff, and is a System Partner, along with the other Meridian Health facilities, with the Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Ocean Medical Center also operates the state's first Satellite Emergency Department in Point Pleasant, called the Ocean Care Center. The Medical Center has grown tremendously since opening in 1984 and is well positioned to evolve and respond to the changing community and health care landscape.
About Healogics, Inc.
Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., Healogics is the nation's largest provider of advanced wound care services. Healogics and its affiliated companies manage more than 500 Wound Care CentersR in the nation and see nearly 200,000 patients per year through a connected network of centers, partner hospitals, academic medical centers, patients and families. Leveraging its scale and experience, Healogics utilizes an evidence-based systematic approach to chronic wound healing in treating an underserved and growing patient population.