Fort Hamilton Hospital
The Center for Wound Healing at Fort Hamilton Hospital has an expert team of dedicated wound-healing doctors, and nurses. The Center for Wound Healing offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy as well as a wound clinic.
The Center for Wound Healing at Fort Hamilton Hospital has received three consecutive national Front-Runner Awards in 2009, 2010 and 2011 for excellence in wound healing. It also received the Center of Distinction in 2013 and 2016 and the Center of Excellence in 2014. Over 90% of the wounds treated at the center heal in 10 weeks or less, which far exceeds the national average time to heal of 16 weeks for chronic wounds.
Dr. Khanzada specializes in infectious disease. He is trained in wound care and hyperbaric oxygen healing. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine since 2003 and Infectious Disease since 2006.
He completed a residency at Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, a residency in geriatric medicine at the University Hospital SUNY Health Science Center, and a residency in infectious disease at the University of Louisville, School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from University of Sindh, Liaquat Medical College in Pakistan.
Dr. Sachdeva is an internal medicine physician. He is trained in wound care and hyperbaric oxygen healing. He started practicing with the Wound Healing Center at Fort Hamilton Hospital in 2007. Dr. Sachdeva has been named Top Doc in the Internal Medicine category for 2012 by Cincinnati Magazine!
He completed his residency at Wight State University. He earned his medical degree in New Delhi India.