HBOT treatments are most commonly provided in the hospital-based outpatient department (HOPD) but are also sometimes provided in the physician’s office.
Blog Posts by Helen Gelly, MD, FACCWS, FUHM, UHM/ABPM
The FDA Updates Its List of Conditions for Which HBOT Chambers are Cleared for Use
Did you notice that Acute Arterial Insufficiency is NOT on the list? The rest of us hadn’t paid attention to that either…
Helen Gelly, MD, FACCWS, FUHM, UHM/ABPM
Dr. Gelly has been involved in hyperbaric medicine and wound care since 1991. Past positions have included Medical Directorships at academic and community hyperbaric medicine and wound care programs. She started a non-hospital affiliated hyperbaric medicine center which was one of the first UHMS accredited centers. She has been actively involved in billing and reimbursement issues for both facilities and physicians. Until recently, she was the Medical Director of Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia, a group of physicians dedicated to the practice of hyperbaric medicine and wound healing, with 5 subspecialty boarded physicians in its membership. In addition to lecturing nationally on hyperbaric medicine and wound healing for many years, she was the president of the Gulf Coast Chapter of the UHMS from 2005-2007. Currently, she serves as the Emeritus Medical Director of Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia, and as C.E.O. for HyperbaRXs.