An X-ray of lungs

A lung cancer screening can be lifesaving.

Across its hospitals at locations near you, University of Maryland Medical System offers advanced, painless lung screenings that check for signs of cancer (including lung nodules, which can be, but often aren't, cancerous).

If you are a current or former smoker, you have a higher risk of lung cancer. The sooner you get screened, the better. Through screening, the disease can be caught early, when it is most treatable.

Our experts can help you determine if lung screening is right for you.

Trying to quit smoking? These resources can help.

Lung Cancer Screenings at UMGCCC

The University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center in Baltimore uses several diagnostic tools to confirm the presence and extent of lung cancer. Learn more.

Lung Cancer Screening Program at UM BWMC

The lung screening program offered by the Tate Cancer Center at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie evaluates patients who are at high risk of developing lung cancer from smoking. Learn more.

Lung Cancer Screenings at UM Shore Regional Health

The goal of the Lung Cancer Screening Program at University of Maryland Shore Regional Health is to catch disease at its earliest, most treatable stage. The program is offered by UM Shore Medical Group – Pulmonary Care in Cambridge, Chestertown and Easton in Maryland's Eastern Shore region. Learn more.

Lung Cancer Screenings at UM Upper Chesapeake Health

From coughs and colds to more complex conditions like lung nodules and lung cancer, the Lung Cancer Screening Program at University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health in Bel Air has highly trained specialists who can help. Learn more.

Lung Cancer Screenings at UM Capital Region Health

University of Maryland Capital Region Health, located in Largo in the heart of Prince George's County, offers the latest screening techniques that are designed to detect lung cancer before the patient experiences any symptoms, which increases treatment options and improves survival rates. Learn more.

Lung Cancer Screenings at UMMC Midtown Campus

Located near Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood, University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus offers a lung cancer screening program that uses low-dose CT scan (LDCT) annually to find early stage lung cancer. Learn more.