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Pulmonary, critical care and thoracic surgery providers help you breathe easier by providing expertise in the diagnosis and management of pulmonary (lung) disorders. We care for patients with diseases of the respiratory tract and hospitalized patients with complex, sometimes life-threatening, critical illnesses. We also provide expert care for the diseases of the chest while balancing the risks and benefits of surgery. This includes minimally invasive (VATS) approaches.
In addition to providing hospital and office based care of patients, our pulmonary and critical physicians provide 24/7 on-site coverage to patients in the critical care units at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. This level of coverage was pioneered by PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in our region and is the national model for excellence in critical care. Our experienced Critical Care specialists are continuously present to ensure a timely response to the ever-changing needs of critically ill patients, their families and other members of the critical care team.
PeaceHealth's Lung Nodule Program offers expedited and comprehensive care that is convenient and personalized to patients with lung nodules, utilizing the most up-to-date guidelines. Lung nodules are often identified on imaging studies performed for an unrelated reason. Follow up of incidentally detected lung nodules has the potential to diagnose cancer at early stages when they might be curable.