In addition to clinical membership, the
ACHM welcomes the support and participation of corporations, associations,
health care facilities, and professional society partners. Bronze, Silver,
Gold, and Platinum, and Gold levels of Corporate Sponsorship are available. The
ACHM also endorses Facility and Professional Partnerships.
To initiate an ACHM Sponsorship, please download the ACHM Support Application.pdf . Completed forms can be emailed to Sylvia.Hall@texmed.org.
Our company's highest priority is to deliver the most comprehensive and focused hyperbaric industry training available today. Second to this is provide opportunities for hospitals and locations (Particularly in the Caribbean and abroad) to make a Hyperbaric Center a reality for their communities.
Healogics is the expert in wound healing. We drive wound science forward by developing successful wound healing treatment and prevention techniques. Wound Care Centers® across the country work tirelessly to heal more wounds and change more lives than ever before.
HyperHeal Wound Care & Hyperbarics is a privately held, AAAHC accredited wound care and medical practice. HyperHeal is led by a multi-disciplinary team of vascular surgeons, plastic surgeons, general surgeons, podiatrists, primary care doctors, and certified wound care and hyperbaric technicians. We have seven locations in Maryland: Towson, Rosedale, Cockeysville, Glen Burnie, Pikesville, Westminster, and Abingdon.
Shared Health Services is a wound care company who contracts with hospitals to help them open and manage successful outpatient wound care and hyperbaric oxygen centers. The mission of our Centers of Excellence is to heal chronic wounds, improve patient outcomes, help prevent limb loss and provide a profitable service for our contracted hospitals.
Solsys Medical is the seller and provider of TheraSkin® human skin allograft designed to reduce overall cost of care while saving lives and limbs.
The American Professional Wound Care Association is a non-profit medical association welcoming ALL medical providers involved in prevention, treatment and pain management of all forms of non-healing wounds. It provides an informational and educational forum for health care providers, while promoting excellence in wound care and patient advocacy.
The American Board of Wound Healing serves to maintain and improve the quality of wound management by evaluating professional, clinical and educational standards of practice by using an examination process which is designed to assess the medical knowledge, judgment, professionalism and clinical skills required to provide quality patient care in the fields of Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine. The intent of the initial certification and the maintenance of certification of wound management specialists in the United States and internationally is to provide assurance to the public that a clinician who has been granted a Certificate of Added Qualification has demonstrated high levels of clinical competence.