• General Pulmonary: 

We offer outpatient care in our offices as well as hospital consultative care in the facilities where are associated. Our university-trained  physicians treat  a wide range of pulmonary diseases such as asthma, chronic bronchitis, COPD/emphysema, lung fibrosis. 

  •  Lung cancer:

One of the biggest cancer killers in the world and with the worst survival rate we specialize in using advanced technology designed to ensure early  detection, diagnosis and treatment of this cancer with the Cancer Center.

  • Interventional Pulmonary:

Interventional pulmonology, an emerging field that focuses on sophisticated, less invasive diagnostic methods and therapeutic procedures. This new field within pulmonary medicine focused on the use of advanced diagnostic such as EBUS - endobronchial ultrasound bronchoscopy with or without TBNA transbronchial needle aspiration-  and therapeutic techniques for patients with lung cancer, airway disorders, and pleural diseases.

Here is a list of some of the Interventional Pulmonary procedures performed: 

  • Endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)
  • Transbronchial Lung biopsy
  • BAL - Bronchial alveolar lavage
  • Brush Biopsy of the Lung
  • NBI narrow-band imaging
  • Thermal techniques including argon plasma coagulation (APC) and electrocautery
  • Endobronchial brachytherapy
  • Patients with pleural effusions, mediastinal adenopathy and lung nodules or masses are also evaluated and treated
  • ultrasound guided pleural procedures such as placement of Pleurax and pigtail catheters, and medical thoracoscopy
  • Percutaneous Tracheostomy 
  • Sleep & Sleep Disorder breathing : 

Competence in sleep medicine requires an understanding of a plethora of very diverse disorders, many of which present with similar symptoms such as excessive daytime sleepiness, which, in the absence of volitional sleep deprivation, "is almost inevitably caused by an identifiable and treatable sleep disorder," such as sleep apnea, narcolepsy, idopathic hypersomnia, Kleine- levin syndrome, menstrual-related hypersomnia, idopathic recurrent stupor, or circadian rhythm disturbances. Another common complaint is insomnia, a set of symptoms that can have many causes, physical and mental. Management in the varying situations differs greatly and cannot be undertaken without a correct diagnosis.

  • Insomnia

           The most common sleep complaint occurs when you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or do not feel refreshed in the morning. Daytime fatigue and other effects of insomnia can impact nearly every aspect of your life. 

  • Jet Lag

​        When you travel across multiple time zones, you may have trouble adjusting to the new schedule because your circadian rhythms are still aligned with the previous time zone. Jet lag is a temporary condition.

  • Narcolepsy

​        This lifelong sleep disorder makes you feel overwhelmingly tired, with the potential for sudden uncontrollable sleep attacks. Narcolepsy can impact nearly every aspect of your life.

  • Restless legs syndrome:

             The symptoms of restless legs syndrome make it difficult to get comfortable enough to fall asleep. You may lie down and begin to feel burning or itching inside your legs. These symptoms may go away when you get up.

  • Shift work 

              If you have difficulty adjusting to a non-traditional work schedule that occurs when most people sleep, you may have shift work disorder. Your quality of sleep may be poor and you may feel fatigued or exhausted.

  • Sleep apnea

​         Untreated obstructive sleep apnea causes you to stop breathing during sleep. People who have this common and serious sleep disorder frequently snore loudly or make choking noises as they try to breathe.

  • Snoring

​        You snore when the flow of air from breathing makes the tissues in the back of your throat vibrate. Snoring can be a nuisance your partner and anyone nearby.

  • Home Sleep testing

​        Testing devices used at home can provide a board certified sleep medicine physician with the information he or she needs to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea.

  • In lab Sleep study

​         This type of sleep study provides the board certified sleep medicine physician with the most complete evaluation of your sleep. You will be required to stay overnight at a sleep center or hospital

  • CPAP or BPAP

​         Continuous positive airway pressure is the frontline treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. CPAP keeps your airway open by providing a gentle stream of air through a mask you wear while you sleep.

  • Critical Care services:
These are services provided in the hospital as a consultation only