HyOx Medical Treatment Center is a leading hyperbaric oxygen therapy and rehabilitation services provider in Atlanta with two locations in Marietta and Gwinnett. HyOx professional affiliations are with leading standard-setting organizations in the sub-speciality of hyperbaric medicine and wound care, including:
- American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association (AMRPA): AMRPA is the only national voluntary trade association representing more than 650 inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and units (IRH/Us), hospital outpatient departments (HOPDs), and other settings independent of the hospital, such as comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facilities (CORFs), rehabilitation agencies, and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). AMRPA members provide rehabilitation services across multiple health care settings to help patients maximize their health, functional skills, independence, and participation in society so they can return to home, work, or an active retirement.
- The American College of Hyperbaric Medicine (ACHM): ACHM was founded to support the clinical applications of therapeutic oxygen in the care and treatment of patients with special focus on those patients with non-healing wounds.
- The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS): The UHMS is an international nonprofit association serving some 2,000 physicians, scientists, associates and nurses from more than 50 countries in the fields of hyperbaric and dive medicine. The UHMS is an important source of scientific and medical information pertaining to hyperbaric medicine involving hyperbaric oxygen therapy and diving through its bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, symposia, workshops, books and other publications. HyOx is accredited through its professional affiliation with UHMS.
- Divers Alert Network (DAN): The largest association of recreational scuba divers in the world, DAN is supported by membership dues and donations. DAN’s mission is to help divers in need of medical emergency assistance and to promote dive safety through research, education, products and diving services.
- American Board of Wound Management (ABWM): The ABWM is dedicated to the multi-disciplinary team approach in promoting the science of prevention, care, and treatment of acute and chronic wounds. The primary function is to establish and monitor a national certification process, recognize competency, promote education and research, and elevate the standard of care across the continuum of wound management.