About North Carolina Hyperbarics
About North Carolina Hyperbarics & Wound Care Team in Fayetteville, NC
Meet the Team
North Carolina Hyperbarics, LLC, offers the Fayetteville community and central North Carolina region comprehensive wound care and hyperbaric medicine services. Utilizing state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers and cutting edge wound care products, our surgically trained physicians and staff will work diligently and efficiently to heal problematic and life-altering wounds.
North Carolina Hyperbarics provides hyperbaric oxygen therapy and wound care management. We utilize multiple monoplace hyperbaric chambers which allow us to treat patients simultaneously and provide flexibility in patient scheduling. Our hyperbaric chambers are designed for optimum patient comfort and convenience, with such features as individual televisions with NETFLIX.
We are an extension of Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia, Inc based in Atlanta, who has been successfully managing and operating independent treatment facilities for over 30 years. The corporate staff has more than 100 years of combined experience in clinical, financial and administrative aspects of facility management and operation.
Deon F. Faillace, MD
General Surgeon and Wound Care Specialist
Dr. Deon Faillace is a general surgeon with 40 plus years of clinical experience in problem wound management, acute trauma, and chronic disease. She performed her general surgery residency at Detroit Receiving Hospital, a level 1 trauma center. She received her board certification in general surgery in 1983 and became a fellow at The American College of Surgeons in 1985. Dr. Faillace has been in private practice here in Fayetteville, NC since 1987.
In 2017, Dr. Faillace gained an interest in hyperbaric oxygen therapy as it applies to a variety of tissue injuries and problems wound healing.
Dr. Faillace has developed a specialized interest in hyperbaric medicine in the treatment of brain injury (TBI) and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Our Center works with Task Force Dagger and other military veteran not-for-profit organizations in aiding our current and veteran populations.
F. Andrew Morfesis, MD, F.A.C.S
Surgeon and Wound Care Specialist
Dr. F. Andrew Morfesis is a surgeon with 38 years experience; he has worked in Fayetteville for twenty years. His experience includes Active Staff at Cape Fear Valley hospital (CFVH); co-founder Trauma service at CFVH, prior Chief of General Surgery service, speaker for the NC/SC American College of Surgeons, American Hernia Society meetings and presented abstracts at more than a dozen recent international forums He is Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at Campbell U. School of Medicine. Dr. Morfesis has worked wound care clinics for more than ten years.
Dr. Morfesis current work encompasses all areas of care including use of office based systems to treat wound and skin disorders and use of “hyperbaric oxygen” (oxygen under pressure) to treat complications of surgery, radiation therapy, non-healing injuries and other external and internal disorders. He is a fully accredited and certified General Surgeon.
Mary Hawley, RN, WOC Nurse
Wound Care Nurse
I have been a Registered Nurse for 25 years with a strong history of wound and ostomy care in multiple Home care settings and Wound Clinic and Hospital wound care. More recently, I have worked part-time as a wound treatment nurse in several long-term care facilities, so basically have worked wound and ostomy care in all patient care settings across the span of all ages and stages. I worked for KCI Wound VAC independent distributor, Medical Treatment Systems, twice during this time, both in their home care division and acute care setting, training nurses and doctors on KCI Wound VAC use and techniques for success. I attended Emory University Wound, Ostomy and Continence Education Program in the fall of 2007, graduating with a certificate for WOC Nursing. I am currently nationally certified in wound care.
I am excited in taking on my new role as Program Manager here at North Carolina Hyperbarics and Wound Care. This center is known for its quality service provided to the community and I am eager to build a strong relationship here with the current team. I have spent the last ten years with UNC Southeastern Wound Center where I had honed my skills as a manager and physician liaison and formed a bond with the staff to build an extraordinary team. My background started in the financial world after graduating from New York Institute of Finance where I studied Financial Services and Business Management Development.
My weakness is animals. I am an animal lover and want to bring them home with me. I have lived in the Robeson County area for 17 years. Before that, I lived in Baltimore, Maryland. However, I am a California native. I have three adult children and plan to move to the Hope Mills area soon.