Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Good Medical Practice – It’s What We’re All About
ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
Under the Health Professions Act, the College is responsible for ensuring patient safety and quality care in Alberta’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) facilities by setting standards for all aspects of quality and operations.
We conduct on-site assessments when facilities open and reassess on a four-year cycle. We also reassess if a facility adds a new service, renovates, moves or a concern is brought forward.
Upcoming Meeting Dates:
- Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Register a new facility
All private facilities offering medical HBOT must register and maintain accreditation with the College.
Download and complete a New Facility Application to submit for approval.
Apply for approval to offer and supervise HBOT
Applicants must be specialists in anesthesiology or maintain a current certificate in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). You must also have completed a 40-hour course approved by the Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society.
Update your facility information
Are you planning to…
- Move or change the name of your facility?
- Offer new tests or procedures?
- Hire a new Medical Director?
- Change the contact information for your facility?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to notify us. Update your facility information
2017/2018 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy fees
General Fees (for facilities registering for the first time)
|Registration fee||$300.00 + GST|
Annual Fees (all facilities must pay annually)
|Annual fees||$1,296.00 + GST|
- Facilities that close between January 1 and March 31 are refunded 65% of the total fee.
- Facilities that open between October 1 and December 31 are invoiced 35% of the total fee.
Assessment Fees (as required)
|HBOT facility||$2,415.00 + GST|
|Post renovation/move||$670.00 + GST|
|Assessment rescheduling fee||$500.00 + GST|
About our standards
CPSA accreditation standards are developed based on input from field experts, best practice and research identified by other regulators, standard setting bodies and industry associations. These standards ensure Alberta’s HBOT facilities meet or exceed safety and quality standards for the performance of HBOT services.