Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia in Marietta, GA

Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia in Marietta, GA 2021-11-12T00:28:03-05:00

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Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia in Marietta features two (2) state-of-the-art monoplace chambers (individual use) and a large multiplace chamber that is designed to hold as many as eight (8) patients at a time. The spacious interior of the multiplace chamber helps reduce patient anxiety and confinement issues (claustrophobia). Patients access into the multiplace chamber is easy as well especially for wheelchair or stretcher bound patients. Both types of hyperbaric chambers are designed for optimum patient comfort and convenience with individual televisions with DVD players for movies in the monoplace chamber, and a single large television in the multiplace chamber readily visible by all occupants.

We specialize in the treatment of non-healing wounds, combining advanced technology with highly trained and certified staff in both wound care and hyperbaric medicine. Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia in Marietta is recognized as an accredited with distinction facility by the Accreditation Council of the UHMS (Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society).


61 Whitcher Street
Suite 2150
Marietta, GA 30060


Phone: 770-422-4268

Fax: 770-422-2950


Monday - Friday

6:30 AM - 3:00 PM


Turn off of Church street onto Whitcher street, then make your first left into the Marietta Physician Center and park in the “Green” parking deck. Take the elevator to level P5 and make a left off of the elevator. Follow the hallway down to our office, which is suite 2150, and will be on the right just past the Vascular office.

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I received excellent treatment and quality of care. Everyone was Professional and courteous. I would recommend this facility and Kennestone hospital to anyone.

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During this pandemic, we will try and minimize risks to patients and staff. Guidance changes frequently, so we may need to change our recommendations over time.

We ask that all patients come into the office wearing a mask. Masks may be removed at the instruction of the staff for hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

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