The Board welcomes Jay Duchnick as its newest Board Member. Jay replaces Bill Gearhart who rotated off the Board after a helpful and supportive 12 year stint.
Jay serves as program director at the Hyperbaric Medicine Center at UC San Diego Medical Center, a position he has held for more than two decades. Prior to joining this prestigious program, he spent six years as an Oceanfront Lifeguard and eight years as an aviation survivalman and helicopter rescue swimmer in the U.S. Coast Guard. Jay is an RN and a CHT. He has a number of Abstract presentations to his credit and is co-author of two peer reviewed scientific publications. Most recently, Jay has volunteered as an NBDHMT on-site auditor for new training course applications.
We are delighted to integrate Jay’s knowledge and skill into the Board’s mission.
Dick Clarke, President
National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated October 12, 2018