|(a) A practitioner may apply, on a department-approved
form and pay the required fee, for a certificate to supervise and
administer hyperbaric oxygen following the published recommendations
of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society, Inc. (UHMS) and within
the credentials and bylaws of the hospital that operates the hyperbaric
unit with the following stipulations:
(1) A practitioner practicing hyperbaric oxygen must
do so in a hospital setting.
(2) The practitioner must, in addition, show evidence
of attendance and successful completion of a hyperbaric medicine team
training course that is recognized by the Undersea and Hyperbaric
Medical Society. That person may only utilize hyperbaric oxygen in
the treatment of the foot as recognized by the Podiatric Medical Practice
(3) Prior to administering hyperbaric oxygen, a practitioner
must have on file with the department documentation certifying compliance
with the above requirements.
(b) The Hyperbaric Oxygen Certificate is valid for
one year and must be renewed annually by submitting a registration
application, and paying the required fee.
(c) Certificate holders must inform the department
of any address change or change of hospital setting no later than
ten (10) business days after the change is made.
(d) A hyperbaric oxygen certificate must be clearly
displayed in the office alongside the original license.