Lung screening is a test to look for signs of lung cancer if you are an otherwise healthy person.
Pulmonary Services and Programs
We have many services and programs to help improve your breathing and quality of life:
Pulmonary Rehabilitation — If you have a history of chronic lung disease, pulmonary rehabilitation can help you make lifestyle changes to improve your health and reduce the risk of future health problems. It's a safe and effective way to help you feel better and stronger, learn more about your disease, break old habits and develop new, healthful habits.
Sleep Apnea Support Group
Lung screening — Lung screening is a test to look for signs of lung cancer if you are an otherwise healthy person. The goal of lung screening is to detect lung cancer at a very early stage — when it’s more likely to be cured.
Respiratory therapy — If you have serious health problems associated with your lungs and ability to breathe, respiratory therapy can help.
Sleep Medicine — Do you have trouble sleeping? Are you tired all day, even after what you think is a good night's sleep? Has anyone ever told you that you snore or stop breathing while you sleep? If you answered yes, our Sleep Medicine Department can help.
Allergy/Immunology — If you have asthma, our allergy, asthma and immunology experts will help you breathe easier.