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Welcome to Samaritan Wound, Vein & Hyperbaric Medicine

We use oxygen therapy to treat wounds that don’t heal with standard treatments such as dressings and tissue removal. The therapy uses pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber to promote wound healing - such practices started with the military to help scuba divers that resurface too fast, and pilots who were flying too high.

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What Our Patients Say

“If you have serious wound and diabetes, which often makes it harder to heal, this treatment is a must. It can be the difference between limb-loss, or even life and death.” 

- Mary Alice Anderson, patient

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) & How it Helps

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Samaritan Wound, Vein & Hyperbaric Medicine - Albany Department of Samaritan Albany General Hospital 400 Hickory Street NW, Suite 101 Albany, OR 97321
Weekday Hours:
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.