The NBDHMT is a non-profit certifying organization designed to meet the clinical, technical and safety needs of the discipline of undersea and hyperbaric medicine. Opportunities exist for certification as a Diver Medic (DMT), as a Hyperbaric Technologist (CHT), as a Hyperbaric Nurse (CHRN) and as a Veterinary Hyperbaric Technologist (CHVT).
Whether you are preparing to take one of these certification examinations, or find it time to re-new, you will find a great deal of helpful information and guidance within the pages of our site.
The Board welcomes any questions or comments you may have. Use the "Contact Us" link to let us hear from you. Be sure to read the "Monthly Briefing" page, where regular updates on the Board’s activities will be featured.
Fitness to Work in Pressurized Settings: (2012-01) July 2012
Safety During Multiple Occupancy Monoplace Chamber Operations: (2011-02) July 2011
Portable, Fabric, Low-pressure Hyperbaric Chambers: (2011-01) April 2011
On-Line Introductory Training in Hyperbaric Medicine: (2010-02) October 2010
Physician Attendance and Supervision of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: (2010-01) April 2010
In-home Delivery of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: (2009-05) October 2009
Intermittent Air Breathing: (2009-04) August 2009
Hyperbaric Safety Director: (2009-03) July 2009
Recognized Hyperbaric Safety Codes and Standards: (2009-02) March 2009
UHMS Facility Accreditation: (2009-01) January 2009
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Updated July 2, 2015