Huang, Enoch (MD)
Enoch Huang, MD
Enoch Huang, MD, MPH&TM, FACEP, FUHMS, FACCWS, CWS-P is board certified in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine as well as in Emergency Medicine. He graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans (1992-1996) and completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of California, Irvine (1996-1999). During his residency, he developed an interest in diving medicine and cultivated this interest by volunteering at the Catalina Island Hyperbaric Chamber.
He completed a fellowship in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (1999-2000), where he then served as faculty in both Hyperbaric Medicine and Emergency Medicine (2000-2003). He relocated to Southern California and continued his practice at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center (2003-2005), where he briefly re-established its fellowship program in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. In September of 2005, he left California to become the Medical Director of the Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Clinic at Adventist Medical Center – Portland, where he continues to practice both Hyperbaric Medicine and Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Huang has been active in the hyperbaric community and is currently serving on the UHMS Board of Directors as a Member-at-Large. He is the American Board of Emergency Medicine representative to the American Board of Preventative Medicine Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Board Examination Committee, Chair of the Publications Committee of the UHMS, Chair of the Clinical Practice Guidelines Oversight Committee of the UHMS, and is a Past-President of the Pacific Chapter of the UHMS.
Locally, he is the Medical Advisor for the Diving Control Board of Washington State University – Vancouver. He founded and currently serves as President of the Columbia Wound Care Consortium, a multi-specialty, multi-hospital, non-profit organization that promotes evidence-based wound and hyperbaric medicine. He has previously served on the Diving Control Board of the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, and the Advisory Board of the Hyperbaric Medical Technology Program at the College of Oceaneering.