Why patient safety is our number one priority
Learn about the strict safety protocols we use to keep you safe during hyperbaric treatment
Since Hyperbaric Healing Treatment Center opened in 2017, our goal has been to provide safe, high-quality, affordable treatment options for each and every patient.
Our top priority is ensuring your comfort and care throughout your healing journey. Join us to learn more about how we put patient safety at the forefront of everything we do.
Trained and experienced team
To keep our patients safe, everyone on our certified, experienced team is committed to upholding the highest safety standards in the operation of our hyperbaric chambers.
All members of our team undertake continuing health and safety training, and we are fully licensed and recognized by the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology. You can learn more about our team here.
Our patient safety procedures
Before we open every morning, we perform a strict daily start up protocol. Each of our 4 hyperbaric chambers is inspected from front to back, top to bottom, and side to side to ensure it’s safe to operate. Once a week, an even more thorough safety test is performed on each chamber and its components. We also have regular manufacturer inspections by a certified Sechrist engineer.
To keep you safe throughout your healing journey and to make sure you get the greatest benefit from hyperbaric treatment, we also ask that you adhere to certain safety measures. These will be explained to you during your New Patient Orientation before your first treatment.
How to prepare for your hyperbaric oxygen therapy appointment
Additional precautions to keep patients safe
Your health and safety is our top priority, and never has this been more important than now. In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have temporarily put even stricter safety measures in place, to keep our patients and our team safe and well during this challenging time.
We thank you for your continued support and cooperation as we work through this difficult time together.
Do you have questions about our patient safety measures?
We’re here to help! Contact us via the website or call the office at 407-530-0710.
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