Kelly Johnson-Arbor, MD, FACEP, FUHM, FACMT
Dr. Johnson-Arbor is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, through the American Board of Emergency Medicine. She finished her residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center and completed a fellowship in Medical Toxicology at the University of Connecticut. She practiced wound care and hyperbaric medicine in Hartford, Connecticut from 2006-2015 prior to relocating to the Washington, DC area. Currently, Dr. Johnson-Arbor serves as the medical director of hyperbaric medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and is also the co-medical director of National Capital Poison Center. Dr. Johnson-Arbor maintains regular medical toxicology and hyperbaric medicine clinics at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and is also a medical toxicology consultant for the Connecticut Poison Control Center and National Capital Poison Center. Dr. Johnson-Arbor is active in hyperbaric research, clinical practice, and teaching; her current interests include undergraduate education in hyperbaric medicine, the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for compromised mastectomy flaps, and the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in severely anemic patients who are unable to receive blood transfusion. Dr. Johnson-Arbor has published multiple articles in hyperbaric medicine and medical toxicology journals and is an instructor for introductory hyperbaric medicine courses.