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Atlanta, GA
Pulmonology/Critical Care Medicine

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Angel Fish, from Atlanta, GA

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  • About

    Atlanta, GA
    Pulmonology/Critical Care Medicine
    Certification Agencies:
    Certification History:
    PADI Open Water-1997
    PADI Advanced Open Water- 2012
    PADI Deep Diver- 2013
    PADI Nitrox- 2013
    PADI Online Dive Theory Course- 2014 (not a certificate just a course)
    PADI Wreck- 2014
    PADI Drift- 2014
    PADI Dry Suit- 2015
    PADI Rescue- 2015
    PAID Master - 2015
    Certification Level:
    Master Scuba Diver
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    DSS MED SS Backplate, Hog harness, 26lb wing, Scubapro MK25 EVO 1st stage with g260 2nd with a g260 "octo", Sherwood SR1 Regulator and Octopus (old), Oceanic OCi wrist computer.
    Rebreather Experience:
    While I got certified in 1996, I never had much time to dive with "growing up" going to college and making a life for myself. Now that I'm "grown" I'm ready to start diving more........a lot more!!! I went and rekindled my love of Diving following my experiences in Hawaii in 2012 with my Advanced Open Water certification. That lead me to continue with Blackbeards Live aboard and getting to finally go deep has gotten me interested in going towards Tech and eventually cave diving

    I have an interest in dive medicine. Working in Pulmonology/Crticial Care I guess you could say I like the lungs. :)