Bethesda Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (BHOT)

Bethesda Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (BHOT)

a clinical service of the Translational Medicine Group, P.C.

6000 Executive Boulevard,
Suite  #304
North Bethesda, MD 20852
Tel: (240) 293-2222
Fax:(240) 221-0441

Bethesda Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy’s mission is to advance care pathways and protocols involving hyperbaric oxygen. Our medical team has the clinical expertise to evaluate and treat mild-moderate traumatic brain injury, post-concussion syndrome, and PTSD. Standard clinical protocols for traditional HBOT applications, such as wound care, are provided.

For an appointment to see if your condition may benefit from Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, please complete the Inquiry form below, or if your questions can not be answered in the  FAQ then call the office at (240) 293-2222.

Inquiry Form

Directions

General Location: We are located in North Bethesda, MD, a close-in suburb of Washington DC. It is conveniently accessed from the DC Metro and convenient to I495, I270 and Montrose Parkway, a block west of the northern intersection of Old Georgetown Road and Rockville Pike. Other area landmarks within one or two blocks include the NRC, MC Aquatic Center, and the Marriott Conference Center & Hotel and Strathmore Hall. We are about 4 miles north of the National Institutes of Health and the National Naval Medical Center.

Accommodations: The Marriott Hotel & Conference Center is across the Street and the Legacy and Hilton Hotels are within a couple of miles. If you are traveling from out of the area and staying overnight nearby, you may want also want to look into the schedule of evening performances at Strathmore Hall.

By Air: The area is served by three major airports all within a 30-60 minute drive: Reagan National, Baltimore-Washington, and Dulles International Airports. (In planning your travel, be reminded that afternoon and evening flights in the summer are often delayed by thunderstorms in this area.)

By Metro: The office is within two blocks walk from the White Flint Metro Station on the Red Line. It is also within a short cab ride from Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Station. Because about one half of the trains turn around at Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro and that is a larger station, trains will be more frequent and cabs will be more easily found there. Also, note that Grosvenor Metro has ZipCars.

From Virginia: I495 to I270 North, Take first exit to Democracy Boulevard, bear right and go East; Democracy Boulevard ends at Old Georgetown Road. Turn Left on Old Georgetown Road and go North. Pass intersections with Tuckerman, Poindexter, Tilden-Nicholson, and take a Left on Executive Boulevard. Take first left at first traffic light to enter parking lot, 6000 Executive Boulevard. You will see a sign for Capital Bank at the entrance.

From areas north of Bethesda: Take I270 South to Montrose Parkway Eastbound (second exit). Bear right after entering Montrose Parkway. At the intersection with East Jefferson Boulevard, bear Right. East Jefferson becomes Executive Boulevard as it bears left. Follow Executive Boulevard and bear right immediately before major intersection at the sign for Capital Bank, and turn into the parking lot.

From Wisconsin Avenue heading North: Take the left exit entering the I270 spur just after crossing over I495 and exit at Old Georgetown Road, heading north. Pass intersections with Tuckerman, Poindexter, Tilden-Nicholson, and take a Left on Executive Boulevard. Alternatively, do not take the I270 spur and continue north to the well marked intersection with Old Georgetown Rd. Take a Left onto Old Georgetown Road, then take a right onto Executive Boulevard. Either way, once you are on Executive Blvd, take the first left at first traffic light to enter parking lot, 6000 Executive Boulevard. You will see a sign for Capital Bank at the entrance.

From Wisconsin Avenue heading South: Turn right at Old Georgetown Road, immediately past the Mid-Pike Plaza (Silver Diner) and head south one block. At the intersection with Executive Boulevard, turn Right. Take first left at first traffic light to enter parking lot, 6000 Executive Boulevard. You will see a sign for Capital Bank at the entrance to the Parking Lot.

Washington DC Metro: Bethesda Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is conveniently located two blocks from the White Flint station on the Red line of the Washington DC Metro.

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