Please note that as part of our response to the ongoing Covid19 situation, we have suspended all dive medicals until further notice.



The London Hyperbaric unit at Whipps Cross Hospital and the East of England Hyperbaric unit at James Paget Hospital have 24/7 Consultant Anaesthetist cover to treat such cases. Speak directly to one of our consultants now on our 24/7 hotlines:

BartsHealth Hyperbaric Unit, London

07999 292 999

James Paget University Hospital, Great Yarmouth

01493 603 151

Telephone us

All non-emergency enquiries: 020 8539 1222

Write To us

Mail should be sent to our main administration office, located at our hyperbaric unit in East London:

London Hyperbaric Medicine,
Whipps Cross University Hospital,
Leytonstone, London,
E11 1RG.

Visit us

The hyperbaric unit in East London can be found in the grounds of Whipps Cross Hospital on Bridge Road, opposite the entrance to the Children’s Outpatients Department.

The hyperbaric unit in Great Yarmouth is in the main building at James Paget Hospital, nearer to the rear entrance.

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Comments / Complaints Procedure

We welcome comments and suggestions about the service we provide.

If you want to make a complaint about your treatment,
we follow the standard procedure used by our host hospitals.

A step-by-step guide on making a complaint / comment / suggestion can be found in the Patient Waiting Area. The facility staff can guide you through this process.

Complaints about the general service and or facilities within the department will be handled by:

The Managing Director: Mr Philip Sayers,
LHM Healthcare Ltd.
Telephone: 020 8539 1222

If you wish to make complaint about the Hyperbaric Facility of your treatment in confidence, it will be handled by the host Hospital’s Complaints Department.

You can find details in the main hospital reception and online at:

Come and Join Us..

at the Joint Scientific Conference of British Hyperbaric Association and UK Dive Medical Committee

Click to find out more

In-person and virtual (online) attendance options are available.

We're also pleased to invite members of the Dive Medical and Hyperbaric communities as well as other allied colleagues (including trainees) to submit abstracts.

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