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HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS) hosts Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) course

 

National City, CA: On October 25, 2019, HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS) hosted a group of 40-plus physicians from around the world who were participating in the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS) Course, “Physicians Training in Diving Medicine”. During one (1) full day, of this two (2) week course, HMS dedicated its facility by providing four (4) of its in-house hyperbaric chamber systems operationally ready to enable the HBO certified instructor physicians and course participants the ability to operate the chambers, practice safe procedures while working in hyperbaric environments, and participate in realistic simulated operational emergency scenarios. These included, but were not limited to: response to oxygen toxicity seizures, aborted dives, and safe decompression of tenders. The teaching physicians also set up other procedure stations throughout the HMS facility where students could develop / enhance their skills in providing needle thoracostomy, airway clearance, and the use of ICU equipment.

UHMS expressed its appreciation and recognition of HMS's support in this letter from its executive director.

 


 

HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS) delivers first task order for
1100 PSI Pressure & Full Vacuum Test Chambers for the US Navy

 

National City, CA: Under its three year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) NAVY contract, HMS delivered its first task order for supplying pressure test chambers to the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division Measurement Science and Engineering Department on November 12, 2019.  The HMS-TESTCOM 300/76 is intended to be used by Navy enlisted and civilian personnel in shore-based calibration laboratories for the calibration of caisson gauges, diver depth gauges, and hyperbaric atmosphere monitors utilized in the Navy Fleet.


Experience, Innovation, Quality

The Company

HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS) is a products company which was founded in 1971, formerly operating as OxyHeal Medical Systems, Inc. HMS designs, manufactures, and performs final installation, servicing, and life cycle support of hyperbaric chamber systems. These chamber systems may be installed for use in outpatient clinics and/or hospitals; and as such are categorized as medical devices. HMS also builds hyperbaric chambers which are not medical devices and are used to support a variety of other applications; e.g. commercial diving, military diving, tunneling, equine and/or veterinary, and hyperbaric research.  HMS also specializes in upgrades and overhauls to existing hyperbaric systems.

 

Quality Mission Statement:

 

HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. is committed to designing, producing, delivering, managing and servicing reliable, high quality custom hyperbaric products and services for the healthcare environment.  We are committed to our customers, and to our customer's patients that depend upon our products and services and to our employees and company operations that create and maintain our products.  We will build our products and maintain them within the design and manufacturing requirements of our external compliance regulatory bodies, and we will maintain them with the highest level of service that we can provide.


2019

HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS) delivers first HMS-TESTCOM 300/76 to the US Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division Measurement Science and Engineering Department under its three year Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quanity (IDIQ) contract with the US Navy.

2018

OxyHeal Medical Systems, Inc. (OMS) acquired by investor with extensive medical experience to bring new technologies and continue the tradition of clinical excellence in hyperbaric medicine, diving medicine, veterinary medicine, and compressed air work in tunneling construction projects worldwide under the new company name of HYPERBARIC MODULAR SYSTEMS, INC. (HMS).

2017

Public Works & Government Services Canada, Gatineau, Quebec
OMS awarded contract regarding the overhaul and modernization of two Containerized Diving Systems for Department of National Defence - Canada

2016

Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, Portland, OR
Awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2015

Allegiance Health Medical Center, Jackson, MI
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 12-patient, rectangular, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA (permanent hospital solution)
Click here for link to Henry Ford Allegiance Health wound care and hyperbaric medicine center

2014

Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, NY
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Lourdes Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2014

Dignity Health - St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 12-patient, rectangular, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center wound care and hyperbaric medicine center

Dignity Health - St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 2000, 3-patient, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center wound care and hyperbaric medicine center

2014

Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, Downer's Grove (Chicago), IL
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 2000, 4-patient, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2014

Sycamore Medical Center, Miamisburg, OH
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 10-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Sycamore Medical Center hyperbaric medicine center

2014

Private Diving & Hyperbaric Facility, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 10-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system

2013

Mercy Hospital, Miami, FL
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of two OxyHeal 2000's, 3-patient, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy systems, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to Mercy Hospital hyperbaric and wound care center

2012

Centre Hospitalier Affilie Universitaire (CHAU) de l'Hotel-Dieu de Levis, Levis, Quebec, Canada
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 18-patient, triple-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to CHAU hyperbaric medicine center

2012

The University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, OH
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000 Semi-Cylindrical (Omega), 10-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to University of Toledo Medical Center wound care and hyperbaric center

2011

King Khalid University Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 10-patient, rectangular double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2011

OxyLife Health Center, Kuwait City, Kuwait
OMS awarded contract for the design and installation of 2 monoplace, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy systems, 1-3 ATA

2010

United States Army, Fort Carson, CO
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2010

United States Army, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of two OxyHeal 2000's, 3-patient, single-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA

2010

United States Marines, Camp Pendleton, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2010

United States Army, Fort Carson, CO
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 6-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2010

University of California (UCSD), San Diego Medical Center Outpatient Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center, Encinitas, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 10-patient, rectangular double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to University of California, Outpatient Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center

2008

Yale-New Haven Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport, CT
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Bridgeport Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2006

South Austin Medical Center, Austin, TX
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of two OxyHeal 2000's, 3-patient, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy systems, 1-3 ATA
Click here for link to South Austin Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2006

Detroit Receiving Hospital, Detroit, TX
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Detroit Receiving Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2004

North Austin Medical Center, Austin, TX
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of two OxyHeal 4000's, 12-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to North Austin Medical Center hyperbaric medicine center

2003

Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital wound care hyperbaric medicine center

2003

Kindred Hospital, Las Vegas, NV
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of two OxyHeal 4000's, 12-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to Kindred Hospital hyperbaric medicine center

2003

Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 8-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

2002

United States Army, Rock Island, IL
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of eight OxyHeal 4000's - Containerized Diver's Recompression Chambers, 1-6 ATA

2002

Paradise Valley Hospital, National City, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 2000, 3-patient, single-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA

2000

Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, OH
OMS awarded contract for the clinical operation of the hospital owned multiplace clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

1998

Lakeview Hospital, Bountiful, UT
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

1997

University Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 5000, 12-patient, rectangular double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-3 ATA

1997

Ronald Reagan University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center (UCLA), Los Angeles, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to UCLA hyperbaric medicine center

1990

Presbyterian / St. Luke's (PSL) Medical Center, Denver, CO
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to PSL Medical Center hyperbaric medicine center

1989

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

1987

Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 18-patient, triple-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

1987

Alvarado Hospital, San Diego, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 10-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system, 1-6 ATA

1983

University of California (UCSD), San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 12-patient, double-compartment clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system (permanent solution), 1-6 ATA
Click here for link to UCSD San Diego Medical Center hyperbaric medicine center

1981

University of California (UCSD), San Diego Medical Center, San Diego, CA
OMS awarded contract for the design, fabrication, and installation of the OxyHeal 4000, 10-patient, double-compartment trailerized clinical hyperbaric oxygen therapy system (temporary solution), 1-6 ATA

1979

Saturation Systems, Inc. merges with Pacific Coast Welding and Machine (PCW&M) and continues fabricating hyperbaric and recompression chambers

1976

Sub-Sea Surveyors, now (HMS) relocates to San Diego, CA from Maine, USA and obtains ASME "U" & "PP" Certificates of Authorization under the name Saturation Systems, Inc.

1971

Company founded as Sub-Sea Surveyors, Inc. and builds its first hyperbaric recompression chamber for its own diving operations