Pulmonology

Pulmonologists specialize in the treatment of lung diseases of all kinds, such as tuberculosis, asthma, or a condition called COPD–chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Our specialists in lung care include oncologists who treat lung cancer, transplant surgeons who specialize in lung and heart/lung transplants, pulmonologists who diagnosis and treat conditions that affect the respiratory system, and therapists who work with patients to increase the strength and breathing capacity of lungs following disease or injury.

University of Iowa Difference

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  • Team-based approach—a dedicated, multidisciplinary team collaborates to develop a plan of care that addresses the individual needs of each patient.
  • Highly trained specialists—our physicians and surgeons are board certified in their area of specialty which means they have additional training and expertise in diagnosing and treating a diverse group of lung disorders and diseases.
  • Clinical trials—front-line treatments are available to our patients.
  • In 2018-19 our pulmonology program was ranked among the nation’s top 40 by U.S. News & World Report.

Our Specialists Provide Comprehensive Care from Diagnosis Through Treatment for:

Pediatric Services Include:

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