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Winthrop University Hospital

Scott Gorenstein, MD

Winthrop Titles/Positions

Clinical Director Hyperbaric Medicine


259 First Street Mineola NY 11501






Brief Resume

Medical professional board certified in Emergency and Hyperbaric Medicine. Skilled at wound care with interest in hyperbaric medicine in hospital and community environments. Current medical licensure in the state of New York, New Jersey and North Carolina.

Professional Experience

Winthrop University Hospital
Mineola, NY 2007 – Present
Emergency Medicine – Attending
Hyperbaric Medicine – Clinical Director

Long Beach Medical Center
Long Beach, NY 2002 to 2007
Emergency Medicine – Attending
Wound Center and Hyperbaric Medicine--Director

Cabrini Medical Center New York, NY
2000 to 2002
Emergency Medicine—Attending
Hyperbaric Medicine—Director

Mount Sinai Medical Center New York, NY
Emergency Medicine Residency 1997 to 2000
Winthrop University Hospital Mineola, NY 1996 to 1997
Internship—Internal Medicine
New York Medical College Valhalla, NY 1992 to 1996
Washington University St. Louis, MO
1988 to 1992
B.A. Political Science
_____________________Professional and Community Activities_______________________
First Annual Wound Healing Symposium, OHEKA castle, May 13th 2009, responsible for organizing event for over 100 participants
Course Director, 40 Hour Hyperbaric Training course, Life Support Technologies, occurs 4 times/year
Associate Investigator, Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Hyperbaric Oxygenation in Conjunction with Radiotherapy and Temozolomide in Adults with Newly Diagnosed Glioblastomas, ongoing at Winthrop University Hospital
Lectured at various department Grand Rounds Introduction to Hyperbaric Medicine
Westchester Medical Center, 40 Hyperbaric Training Course, Life Support Technology

Description of Research Interests/Activities

Currently a co-investigator of a phase 4 clinical trial using Hyperbaric Oxygen to sensatize primary glioblastomas to radiation with concomitant chemotherapy.

Areas of Experience

Wound Care
Hyperbaric Medicine

Clinical Practice and Interests

Hyperbaric Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Wound Care
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