Where Wound Healing Begins.
The ACHM is a professional society dedicated to appropriate utilization, standards of care, education, training, certification, and recognition of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a distinct medical specialty.
The American College of Hyperbaric Medicine was founded in 1983 in support of clinicians practicing hyperbaric medicine who recognized the importance of therapeutic oxygen in clinical applications, especially wound management.
The ACHM has worked to develop an image of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a distinct medical specialty, often requiring full time practice.
The ACHM has served as a primary educational resource for providers practicing hyperbaric and wound medicine and has established training criteria and certification pathways for clinicians.
We are pleased to offer many HBOT educational opportunities. These courses have been approved by our Education Committee using our ACHM Education Approval Process.
ACHM Members receive a discount on all courses we have endorsed, which all offer CME/CEU credit. A pathway to certification is also available.
Membership to the ACHM is for those in the medical community specializing in wound care or hyperbaric medicine in the United States.
The ACHM strives to build upon the work of its members to improve the quality, practice, and expand the scope of hyperbaric medicine. We are proud to provide an international support network hyperbaric community.
Discounts on conferences, videos, and educational materials
Access to the Members Only portion of the website which includes a forum and career listings
Free yearly mailing of WoundSource magazine
Subscription to "Oxygen Observer," the monthly ACHM newsletter bringing you hyperbaric news and industry updates
Videos from ACHM's hyperbaric medicine sessions are now on view at our VuMedi channel. We are honored to present our content on this excellent platform dedicated to physician education.
VuMedi's mission is to help clinicians make optimal patient care decisions through comprehensive video education from a variety of trustworthy institutions and practitioners. Membership to view all content is free and we encourage you to sign up for this valuable resource.