COVID-19: Vaccines, boosters, testing, and visitor guidelines. Please use ER for emergencies only.

  • Vaccines: Information about COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters can be found at peacehealth.org/vaccines
  • Prior to scheduling an appointment: If you have a fever, cough or other symptoms of possible infection, please notify us when you schedule an appointment and before you arrive. If you’re having a medical emergency, call 911.
  • Bring a mask: For everyone's safety, masks are required in all PeaceHealth facilities.
  • Entrance screening: Upon arrival, everyone will be screened for symptoms. 

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Pulmonary & Critical Care

 
Pulmonary and Critical Care 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.

Additional Services & Resources

  • ACT Assessment for Asthma
  • Bronchoscopy
  • EBUS – a non-surgical tool that accurately detects lung cancer and other diseases causing enlarged lymph nodes in the chest
  • Overnight Oximetry
  • Pulmonary Function Testing
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • Spirometry
  • Walking Oximetry

In addition to providing hospital and office based care of patients, our Pulmonary & 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.