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Northeast Surgical Wound Care Physicians
Keith M. Warner MD, FACS
Dr. Warner is board certified in general surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has been in practice for more than 25 years in Northeast Ohio, and has served as the Chairman of Surgical Quality Assurance at St. Luke’s Hospital, Bedford Community Hospital and Elyria Memorial Regional Medical Center. He is a past Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Elyria Memorial Regional Medical Center, and past Chair of the Invasive Procedure Committees for St. Luke’s Hospital, Meridia Suburban Hospital, Bedford Community Hospital and Elyria Memorial Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Warner is the founding member of NESAO, Ltd. and NESWC, Inc. Both surgical and wound care companies are chartered with Dr. Warner’s long historical commitment to patient service, safety and quality of care. He developed the “Elyria Memorial Wound Center”, which opened in 2008 and is managed in partnership with Healogics (formerly Diversified Clinical Services (DCS)). This center has received the “Center for Distinction” award for excellence for two consecutive years, representing the top 15% performance tier on a national scale.
Dr. Warner is an honors graduate of Farleigh Dickerson University. He completed his doctorate in medicine at the University of Kentucky. He began his surgical residency at Harvard Medical and completed at St. Luke's Medical Center in Cleveland, as well as a colorectal fellowship at the University of Texas in Houston, Texas.
His interest in wound healing developed early in his practice career due to confronting the complex needs of wounded patients with bowel leakage and contamination of wounds. This led to the exposure of long term care facilities and to patients with chronic wounds. He became an early adaptor of the principals of moist healing and of modifying the wound environment of chronic wounds to effect healing.
He is committed to the development of a wound care service by establishing a specialty wound practice which today is known as Northeast Surgical Wound Care, Inc., the largest outpatient wound care provider in Ohio in terms of revenue, visits and centers served. His present focus is the development of protocols that improve care and outcomes through evidence based standardization.
Donato J. Borrillo, M.D., M.S., J.D., M.S. is a 1994 graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, OH and 1986 graduate of Canisius College, Buffalo, New York.
Dr. Borrillo is a practicing physician and 1990 graduate of the State of University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. He interned at Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, and completed residency at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, (Board Certified by the American Board of Preventative Medicine). Dr. Borrillo has a Masters of Science degree in Immunology from Roswell Park Center Institute, Buffalo, New York and a second Masters of Science degree in Aerospace Medicine, from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio.
After his medical residency, he practiced as a flight surgeon with the United States Air Force from 1996 through 2001 and was assigned to the Special Operations Command in Europe and Africa. During his service, he attended to the physiologic concerns of Special Forces pilots, SEALS, Army Rangers and Air Force Pararescue personnel. He was Honorably Discharged as a Major. His is a commercial multi-engine, and IRF rated pilot.
Dr. Borrillo’s current medical practice includes wound care and hyperbarics in the Northwest, Ohio and Southeast Michigan region. Professional associations include the Ohio State Bar Association, Toledo Bar Association and he is an Associate Fellow, Aerospace Medical Association, member of the Editorial Board of Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine, and President of the Midwest Chapter of Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society. He had spoken before the Toledo Bar Association and at numerous continuing medical and legal education seminars.
Arti Balar Masturzo, MD, CWS, ABPM/UHM has been practicing internal medicine and wound care in the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky area since 2004. She is certified in wound care by both the National Alliance of Wound Care and the American Academy of Wound Management. She is also board certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine.
Dr. Masturzo graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of South Florida in 1997 and completed her medical degree at the USF College of Medicine in 2001. She began her internal medicine residency at the University Hospital of Cincinnati in 2001.
Dr. Masturzo was named Medical Director of the Wound Care Center at Drake Hospital in 2004, where she was instrumental in the development of its comprehensive wound program. At Drake, she developed and led the hyperbaric program for the treatment of chronic wounds. In 2006, Dr. Masturzo accepted the position of Medical Director of hyperbarics at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, where she continues to grow the program.
Louis Pilati, M.D. has been practicing in the Dayton, Ohio area for over fifteen (15) years. Dr. Pilati received his education and residency training at Wright State School of Medicine and Kettering Medical Center.
Dr. Pilati served as a senior Airman for the Medical Service Corps from 1982-1985 and received medals for Air Force Achievement and Good Conduct. From 1991-1996, he served in the United States Navy as the department head of diving medicine and provided level 3 emergency room care. Since 1999, Dr. Pilati has served as medical director for the Kettering Medical Center’s Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Dr. Pilati is an active member of Ohio Medical Association, American Medical Society Association and the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Dr. Pilati joined NESWC as a collaborating physician for the Dayton, Ohio area in March of 2012.
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