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Midwest Hyperbaric

Midwest Hyperbaric

Midwest Hyperbaric

Corporate Overview

Through their collaborative efforts dating back to 1993, the principal partners of Midwest Hyperbaric have established themselves as a respected resource in the field of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine committed to patient advocacy and the appropriate application of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Midwest Hyperbaric is of the belief that successful Wound Care and Hyperbaric Programs should be integrated, cohesive and function cooperatively to deliver optimal patient care. This is achieved through education of internal healthcare professionals, the medical community and support staff.

Our knowledge in the management of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine is the result of having been involved with the wound care and hyperbaric medicine on local and national levels for the past twenty-five years. We are dedicated to the field of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine and understand all of the challenges that will impact your program.


Program Support

Our approach is a systematic process that begins with an evaluation of the current Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Service. A Principal Partner of Midwest Hyperbaric LLC will serve as the Managing Consultant for the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Service. The Managing Consultant shall function as a contributing member of the Program Development Team by participating in management meetings and decisions that impact the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Service.

Midwest Hyperbaric LLC will provide oversight throughout development and the commencement of daily operations to ensure implementation and adherence to policies and procedures pertaining to the Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Service.

The Consultative services include:

    •     Program Transition guidance and Support

    •     Provision of Operational Policies, Procedures and Proprietary Documents

    •     Procurement of equipment

    •     Education and Training

    •     Safety Program Development and Implementation

    •     Medical Director Support

    •     Clinical Operation Development

    •     Mentoring of the wound care and hyperbaric clinical staff.

    •     Billing and Reimbursement Support

    •     Quality Assurance Process Development and Implementation



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