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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWilliam Tettelbach, MD, FACP, CWS (SLC program director)

William Tettelbach is a wound and hyperbaric medicine specialist who is currently based in Salt Lake City, UT. In 1987 he obtained a B.S. degree in molecular biology upon graduating from Vanderbilt University as well as a medical degree from The University of Tennessee – Memphis in 1995. IMG_1852Residency and fellowship programs in internal medicine and infectious diseases were completed at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Active boards include internal medicine, infectious diseases, as well as undersea and hyperbaric medicine. He is also a certified wound specialist with the American Board of Wound Management. Professional duties include Medical Director of wound care and ostomy over a five-hospital region for Intermountain Healthcare, chairing an Intermountain Healthcare system-wide Skin & Wound Care Committee, active member of a system-wide Infection Control Guidance Council for Intermountain Healthcare, and Duke University Hyperbaric Fellowship Program Director for the Salt Lake City satellite training site.


Medical Director of Wound Care & Ostomy – Intermountain Healthcare

Co-Chair Wound & Skin Care Committee – Intermountain Healthcare

Infection Control Guidance Council Member – Intermountain Healthcare

Duke University Hyperbaric Fellowship Program Director – Salt Lake City Satellite Site

Past Medical Director at Memphis Based Accelecare Wound Clinic

Board of Directors Member at MetroCare Physicians

Peer Review Oversite Committee Member at Methodist Healthcare

Chief of Staff – Methodist Extended Care Hospital

Board of Directors Member at Methodist Extended Care Hospital

Director of Electronic Medical Knowledge Development at Methodist Healthcare

Infectious Diseases at Simmons & Tettelbach, PLLC

Medical Director of TheraDoc


University of Utah School of Medicine

University of Tennessee-Health Science Center College of Medicine

Vanderbilt University

University of Liggett School


Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine

Infectious Diseases

Internal Medicine


American Board of Wound Management


Marc S. Robins, DO, MPH

Raised in Palos Verdes, California started as a CNA at age 19, graduated from LPN training, then RN school followed by Pre Med at Southern Oregon University.  Attended Medical School at the Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA; graduated in 1988. Board Certified in Family Medicine since 1991 with initial Residency Training at David Grant USAF Regional Medical Center, Travis AFB, CA 1988 – 1991 with additional Board Certifications in Aerospace Medicine and Occupational Medicine through Residency training at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, TX 1998 – 2000 with a Masters in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA 1998.  Retired Air Force Colonel with 20 years experience as an Aerospace Medicine Specialist including extensive work with High Altitude programs.  Board Certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine in 2010 currently Medical Director Intermountain Healthcare Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine clinic, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Member of the UHMS, serving on the Education Committee.


Lindell Weaver, MD

Fellowship University of Utah Medical Center
Critical Care and Pulmonary Diseases
Residency LDS Hospital
Internal Medicine
Certification Naval Undersea Medical Institute, Naval School of Diving and Salvage
Diving and Submarine Medical Officers Course
Internship Naval Regional Medical Center
Basic Medicine (Flexible)
Professional Medical University of Arizona College of Medicine

Board Certifications

  • Critical Care Medicine, 2001
  • Internal Medicine, 1986
  • Pulmonary Disease, 2002
  • Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine, 2010


Worth Eugene

Gene Worth, MD

Dr. Gene Worth is medical director for Dixie Regional Medical Center’s hyperbaric medicine department and lead for Intermountain’s hyperbaric development team.


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