Sunday, February 26, 2006

Utah Web Page corrected and updated

Hello Sir, I am emailing in regards to the “Diving Medicine Online” website which lists the hyperbaric physicians and chambers in my state when I Google search “utah hyperbarics” and then click on “Utah Dive Physicians and Chambers.” The information on that site for my facility is incorrect. Under “CHAMBERS” Dr. Michael Garey nor Tony Brownlee work for our facility anymore and the statement needs to be updated as well to read as follows: “Our state-of-the-art hyperbaric chamber is unparalleled in the Intermountain region, being the only Accredited, hospital affiliated, multi-place hyperbaric chamber in Utah. Our dual-lock chamber can accommodate up to 12 patients and 2 inside attendants and up to 6 ATA. Our Physicians are in attendance at all times. We are located on the campus of Lakeview Hospital, in Bountiful, Utah.” Also under “DIVING PHYSICIANS” it again lists Dr. Garey who no longer works for us. Could you please have the information corrected or please inform me how to get it corrected. Also please add the following physician:

Dr. Tommy Love, D.O.
Wound and Hyperbaric Medical Director
Bountiful, Utah 84010
tommy.love@att.net

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely,

Robb Samonte, Program Director

Robb Samonte CHT/ADMT
Utah Hyperbaric Program Director, HMS
Lakeview Hospital
Phone: 801.397.0890
Phone: 888.286.2873
Fax: 801.299.7899

Puerto Rico web page updated

The web page entry for Puerto Rico has been changed to include the following:

"Chamber information in your website. Thanks for your initiative and let others that our Service is there to help those in need, in the Eastern Caribbean Region,not only in regular working hours but in an on call basis 24/7.

Our Chamber is a triple-lock 18 seated multiplace chamber located in Puerto Rico Medical Center, San Juan. The Staff consists of 5 physicans including myself, 5 hyperbaric nurses and 3 HBO techs.

Although the main purpose of the service is the clinical, those conditions associated to multisystemic and musculoskeletal trauma are more our bread and butter, last year we treated 75 DCS related cases in our chamber, a busy place year round. "

Once again thank you for posting us...

Juan Angel Nazario, M.D., FAAEM
Medical Director
Hyperbaric Medicine Service
Puerto Rico Medical Services Administration
Puerto Rico Medical Center
San Juan, PR 00922
Tel. 787.777.3535 ext. 6475, 6481
On Duty Cel. 787.390.3243
Fax:787.777.3828
email: juan.nazario@asempr.org

Swedish Hyperbaric facilities web page corrected

The web page for Swedish Hyperbaric Facilities has been corrected with the following information added:

New adress should be:

Carl Johanson, MD, PhD/Surg LtCdr
Swedish Armed Forces
Institute of Medicine
P.O.Box 5155
SE-42605 VÄSTRA FRÖLUNDA
+46(0)31 – 69 2000
carl.johanson@mil.se

Friday, February 10, 2006

New entry for North Carolina Hyperbaric Facilities

The following entry has been added to the web oage for North Carolina Hyperbaric Facilities

Huntersville

Medicor HBO (a division of the Jemsek Clinic)
14330 Oakhill Park Lane
Suite 140
Huntersville, NC
28078

Medical Director Dr. Joseph G. Jemsek, MD, FACP
Clinical Director Matthew J. Trenery, CHT

Phone (704) 987-2111
Fax (704) 987-2113
E-mail info@JemsekClinic.com

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Web Page about USN Medical Exams revised

We received the following letter about our web page on medical qualifications, which included some old information about the US Navy Medical requirements for diving.

Your web-site is outstanding! Some of your Navy physical qualification info is out of date though. Any questions please feel free to contact me. I just left the Naval Experimental Diving Unit, and am now in Bahrain with the Spec war guys.

V/R
Stephen Allain HMC(DSW)
NSWU-3 Medical Dept.
Diving Med. Tech.


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We have revised the page to include some links to new information.
See "Why Have Medical Exams"

Sunday, January 01, 2006

Dehydration web page updated

Our web page on dehydration and diving has been rewritten. It now includes more basic information about defining the condition and how to recognize signs, symptoms and tests
that indicate dehydration.

To check this out go to our web page at http://scuba-doc.com/dehyd.htm .

Sunday, November 27, 2005

Richard Draper, DO added to Diving Medical Officer listing for Missouri

Dr. Richard Draper has attended the NOAA course for diving medical officers and is located with the Southeast Missouri Wound care and Hyperbaric Center in Cape Girardeau. His new listing has been added to the web page for Diving Facilities in Missouri on oue web site at http://scuba-doc.com/divmissou.htm

Southeast Missouri Hospital Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
1701 Lacey Street
Cape Girardeau, Mo., 63701
1-573-331-6353

Richard E. Draper, DO, FACEP
Attendee, NOAA Diving Medical Officer Program
573 331-6953

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Bozzuto Medical Director of Albany Georgia Chamber

Dr. Tom Bozzuto is now Medical Director of the hyperbaric chamber at the Phoebe Putney Wound Care & Hyp. Cntr, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hosp.in Albany Georgia. Our web page for Georgia Hyperbaric Facilities has been changed to include this information.

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Chamber Added for New York City

New York Presbyterian Hospital Hyperbaric Program
525 East 68th Street
Suite L-705
New York, NY 10021
212-746-4958

Wanda See, NP
was9005@nyp.org