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The University of Maryland Center for Pulmonary Health, located at UMMC Midtown Campus, offers comprehensive care for lung disorders, including asthma, COPD, bronchitis, and interstitial lung disease.
A multidisciplinary team of board-certified pulmonologists, thoracic interventionalists and advanced care practitioners
Telemedicine for Pulmonary Health
The University of Maryland Center for Pulmonary Health now offers telemedicine appointments for new and existing patients. To schedule a telehealth visit, please call 410-328-8141.
collaborate on personalized patient treatment plans. This approach ensures that patients' lung health is managed with attention to detail, resulting in better outcomes.
Services at the UM Center for Pulmonary Health
The UM Center for Pulmonary Health offers a range of services to best manage patient's lung health, including:
- Pulmonary rehabilitation
- Lung cancer screenings
- Smoking cessation
- Advanced pulmonary diagnostics
- Bronchoscopic lung volume reduction
- Interventional pulmonology
- Lung function testing
- Treatment for pulmonary fibrosis
Patients with sleep disorders will be referred to the Sleep Disorders Center at UMMC Midtown Campus.
COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is blockage of your airways that is irreversible, yet preventable and treatable.
At the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, you’ll have the most advanced COPD treatments. We also consider other diseases that are side effects of COPD, and can help you with treatment for those, too.
Learn more about COPD.
Lung Cancer Screenings
Often, people with lung cancer aren’t diagnosed until they have symptoms such as a new, lingering cough, coughing up blood, unintentional weight loss, or chest pain. By that point, the cancer is usually advanced.
The American Lung Association says lung cancer patients have an 88 percent survival rate when the disease is caught early and treated.
UMMC Midtown Campus offers a lung cancer screening program that includes a visit with the nurse practitioner and a CT scan of the chest.
Proper sleep allows your body to repair and regrow tissue, build bone and muscle, and strengthen your immune system.
When your sleep patterns are inconsistent, it can lead to other medical conditions while also leaving you fatigued and irritable.
At the University of Maryland Sleep Disorders Center, our sleep doctors work with you to determine the type and cause of your sleep disorder, and develop a personalized treatment plan to ensure you get you a good night’s sleep.