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Pulmonary care

Pulmonary care provides treatment for lung and respiratory conditions, including asthma, bronchitis, certain allergies and chest wall conditions.

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Pulmonologists in Miami

Breathing is something you do without thinking, but when you have respiratory problems it is hard to think about anything else.

Our pulmonary specialists at HCA Florida Mercy Hospital provide a wide range of services for screening and diagnosing respiratory problems. We use the latest technologies and techniques to treat pulmonary conditions in a personalized setting. Our team offers compassionate, effective treatment for people with chronic conditions, ranging from asthma to lung cancer.

Lung cancer treatment

If lung cancer is detected, we provide access to specialized oncology services, such as pathology services and advanced treatments. 

Multidisciplinary lung cancer care

Our highly trained oncologists use a team approach to ensure your cancer care is thorough and patient-centered. In addition to identifying and treating lung cancer, our experts will work with you to develop a preventive and proactive approach to lung health to ensure your long-term well-being.

Early detection of lung cancer

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting both men and women in the U.S. Early detection and diagnosis are vital to successfully treating lung cancer. 

Lung cancer screening

The best way to detect lung cancer early is through a lung cancer screening. Your doctor may recommend a lung cancer screening if you:

  • Are 55 years old and older
  • Are a current or former smoker (quit within the past 15 years)
  • Have a heavy smoking history (30 pack-year)

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