We have the experience to help you get the job done. Our experience spans 35+ years! We provide expert hyperbaric consulting services to hospitals, clinics, physicians, and other medical providers. Consulted for hyperbaric facilities in 20 states and abroad. Click here to read about one of the centers we have consulted for.
- Transition from Managed Program to Self-Managed Program
We specialize in assisting our clients to smoothly transition from a managed program to a self-managed program. We have the experience to foresee issues that are inherent with transition. We have faced and mitigated these issues for our clients, and have the expertise to assist you to do the same.
- Space Assessment
We will assess your available space to ensure that it is adequate to house the hyperbaric chamber(s) and ancillary equipment. We will ensure that the space meets all applicable NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) codes and regulations.
- Consultation with Architect and Engineer
Consultation will be provided to the Architect and Engineer during the design and construction phase of the space housing the hyperbaric facility.
- Hyperbaric Policies and Procedures Manual
This is the complete set of policies and procedures needed to operate a hyperbaric center. The policies and procedures will be customized to individually fit the center where they will be implemented, taking into consideration available equipment, local laws and ordinances, and requirements from the State Department of Health and Fire Marshal (Authorities having jurisdiction). Includes a staff in-service and a revision one (1) year after its implementation.
- Emergency Procedures Manual
This manual is essential for the safe operation of a hyperbaric center. It covers potential emergencies (both patient and facilities related) that might be encountered during the course of hyperbaric operations. Includes a staff in-service and a revision one (1) year after its implementation.
- Hyperbaric Management Manual
This manual is designed to organize all the required forms and records that must be kept by a hyperbaric center. A binder will be compiled for every calendar year of operation, and archived for a minimum of ten (10) years. Includes a staff in-service.
- Hyperbaric Patient Forms
All the required patient chart forms will be provided. The forms will be customized to individually fit the center where they will be implemented. The forms include a staff in-service and a revision one (1) year after their implementation. The forms are designed to be used with an EMR (electronic medical record).
- Hyperbaric Safety Checklists
Pre-Treatment Checklist. Daily - Weekly - Semiannual - Annual Checklists. These checklists are required for the safe operation and record-keeping requirements of a hyperbaric center. The forms include a staff in-service.
- Job Descriptions
Job descriptions will be provided for all hyperbaric staff.
- Hyperbaric Technologist Competencies
Competencies will be provided for all hyperbaric staff.
- Material Safety Data Sheets Manual
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all the products used in the hyperbaric facility.
- Library of Medical Journal Articles
Library of hyperbaric medical journal articles. All articles have copyright clearance for distribution to medical professionals.
- List of Items and Ancillary Equipment Required in the Hyperbaric Room
This document includes a comprehensive list of items and equipment needed to properly operate a hyperbaric room that meets the requirements of the Authorities having jurisdiction, NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), and FDA (Food & Drug Administration).
- NBDHMT (National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology) required CHT/CHRN (Certified Hyperbaric Technologist / Certified Hyperbaric Registered Nurse) 40-hours Internship
A CHT will be on-site for an individualized internship for all staff members that have attended and successfully completed a 40-hour hyperbaric medical training course. This internship will include PowerPoint presentation and training designed to prepare the Hyperbaric Technologist to work independently. The NBDHMT requires an additional 440-hours of on-the-job training under the indirect supervision of a CHT. Support will continue to be provided to the staff and assist them for preparation of the CHT/CHRN board examination.
- Ear Equalization Workshop
We will teach your staff ear equalization techniques using the latest video-otoscope technology, thereby reducing the potential for middle-ear barotrauma.
- Monthly Conference Call
Your team will benefit from directcontact with our experts. Different topics will be discussed; safety, patient care, emergency procedures, industry trends, etc.
- UHMS Clinical Hyperbaric Medicine Facility Accreditation
The UHMS clinical hyperbaric medicine facility accreditation program (an affiliated accrediting body of the Joint Commission) recognizes hyperbaric facilities that demonstrate their commitment to patient care and facility safety. Our expert UHMS Surveyor will prepare your facility to successfully complete the accreditation survey.