Physician CareerOpportunities

Physician Career Opportunities 2022-06-09T14:22:29-04:00

Physician Career Opportunities at Hyperbaric Physicians of Georgia

Are you a physician interested in a career in Hyperbaric Medicine and wound care?

Hyperbaric and Wound Care physicians tend to come from lots of different specialties and one of the many benefits of the specialty is that you don’t need to spend years retraining as a resident or fellow to be an excellent physician in the field. If you have been thinking about changing careers but were too concerned about all you would need to learn, we help make the transition as easy as possible.

Some of the benefits of the specialty include:

  1. A rewarding and fulfilling practice focused on limb preservation and and improving quality of life.
  2. Pace of practice allows you to have the time to connect with your patients. You don’t have to see an overwhelming number of patients to pay for your practice overhead.
  3. Excellent compensation.
  4. Weekday work hours with freedom of your evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays to do what you love to do when you are not seeing patients.
  5. An ever expanding practice on the leading edge of medicine.

With Hyperbaric Physicains of Georgia, we have taken the fear out of making the leap into the specialty by providing you a clear path and training program that allows you to quickly be autonomous yet providing total support to you as you grow your practice. By working with HPG, we will handle your credentialing, malpractice, insurance contracts, documentation software, payroll, on call service, practice accounting and many other services and benefits. This frees you up to decrease your stress levels and practice medicine because you love patient care and want to avoid all of the clutter and distraction of your current practice. Feel free to call me if you’d like to discuss a career or even part time hours in Hyperbaric Medicine and wound care.

David Schwegman, M.D. – (404) 788-7708


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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