London Diving Chamber - Hyperbaric services at the recompression chamber
The London Diving Chamber, a Hyperbaric decompression chamber offering NHS funded recompression to divers with Decompression Sickness (DCS) together with other Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) treatments.
London Diving Chamber specialises in Diving Medicine and provides a 24 hour clinic with everything a diver could need from a medical facility.
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NHS England's public consultations for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) opened recently and includes a proposal to reduce the number of current chamber facilities from 10 to 8, with the closure of one London chamber and one in the South.
more details of the NHS proposal to close hyperbaric chambers »
We are delighted to announce that the Dive Lectures 2018, brought to you by the London Diving Chamber in aid of Scuba Trust, will take place on Tuesday 6th March, 2018, at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
more details of the 2018 Dive Lectures at the Royal Geographical Society »
Oxygen Healing for diabetes, as featured in the Daily Mail.
more details of oxygen healing and diabetes »
The Dive Lectures 2014 at the RGS were a rip-roaring success this year with our highest turn out ever! Watch our behind the scenes undercover cam to see Andy Torbet, Doug Allan, Scuba Trust and the LDC team in action!
The DMT app translates the 300 page Diver Medic Technician course manual into app form, utilising an intuitive navigation system to help the Diver Medic locate important information quickly.
Now available on the iPad.
More details of the LDC-Training DMT Manual smartphone application »
Saracen powerhouse Brad Barritt talks to the Evening Standard about getting his HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Treatment) at LDC.
Brad suffered an ankle injury in a recent game against Toulon and has since been striving to get back to full fitness with the aid of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
more details of Brad Barritt's hyperbaric treatment »
LDC App - NEW Version now available on iPhone and Android.
For those of you who haven't already downloaded the App; what are you waiting for? And for those of you who have; get updating, because we've added plenty more features!
More information on the London Diving Chamber iPhone application »
The London Diving Chamber has hit the headlines again with our star patient, London 2012 Gold Medalist Greg Rutherford.
more details of the London Diving Chamber and Greg Rutherford »
Featured in the Daily Mail Health section this week was an article promoting the work we do here with Oxygen Healing at the London Diving Chamber, focusing on one of our own patients, Gwynneth Flowers.
more details of Oxygen Healing and the Daily Mail »
Great news for techno-geeks and bookworms alike: The Tanked Up Magazine iPad app is here and it's free.
more details of the Tanked Up Magazine iPad App »
LDC and MDC are looking for enthusiastic doctors with an interest in diving and hyperbarics to join our busy team.
A background in A and E, General Practice or Anaesthesia would be useful.
LDC is also looking for paramedics, nurses with critical care background, or HCA's
with an interest in diving and diving medicine to join our bank of
hyperbaric tenders. Two days free training will be provided subject to medical
For more information or to arrange a visit please contact us.
The Medical Director of the London and Midlands Diving Chambers, the delectable Dr Oliver Firth, was asked to give his expert opinion to those insightful people at the Daily Mail on the 'Diver who Cheated Death' whilst working in the North Sea.
more details of Dr Firth and the Daily Mail »
The bible of dive medicine is here.
FAQ Dive Medicine is a new and invaluable book brought to you by the specialist doctors at London Diving Chamber and it is aimed at YOU, the diver.
More information about the FAQ Dive Medicine book »
The IMCA recognised Diver Medic Technician (DMT) course is now available from LDC Training along with a whole range of other diving, first aid, and hyperbaric training.
More information about courses offered by LDC Training »
LDC and MDC are providing hyperbaric oxygen therapy to volunteers in a trial organised by the Royal Marsden Hospital, hoping to ameliorate the long term adverse effects of radiotherapy for pelvic cancer.
For more information, have a look at the Royal Marsden Hospital trial details as well as this newspaper coverage.
New Courses Run By LDC
The London Diving Chamber and LDC Training have a whole host of new courses for you to educate, enlighten and entertain yourselves with. The full list is:
More information on the new courses run by the London Diving Chamber »
The Midlands Diving Chamber Is Now Open!
Our new hyperbaric facility based in Rugby is now open and ready to treat cases of Decompression Illness (DCI) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from all over the Midlands.
More information on the Midlands Diving Chamber »
RSS News Feeds - Dive Medical Advice
London Diving Chamber is now providing RSS News Feeds for each Dive Medical Advice category. more information about RSS/XML News Feeds of Dive Medical Advice offered by the London Diving Chamber »
News story: two fisherman saved from their liferaft after their vessel sinks
Two fishermen wearing life-jackets have been dramatically rescued from their liferaft by a passing fishing vessel after their vessel capsized off Prawle Point.
Read more information about News story: two fisherman saved from their liferaft after their vessel sinks……
Ceo sir alan massey retiring after four-decade maritime career
After eight years at the helm, the Chief Executive of the Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Sir Alan Massey has announced his intention of retiring from the role towards the end of 2018 and is looking forward to taking on new challenges. …
Read more information about Ceo sir alan massey retiring after four-decade maritime career……
Foreign flagged ships detained in the uk during february 2018
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) announced today that seven foreign flagged ships were under detention in UK ports during February 2018 after failing Port State Control (PSC) inspection.…
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