Jefferson University Hospitals

Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Medicine

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Pulmonologists at Jefferson deliver comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic services for diseases that affect the respiratory system.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Diseases

Our pulmonary specialists take advantage of advanced diagnostic techniques involving thoracoscopy and transthoracic needle biopsy, in collaboration with specialists in thoracic radiology and thoracic surgery. The Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Division staff uses endoscopic, imaging and physiologic testing procedures.

Our programs in asthma, emphysema and interstitial lung disease are nationally recognized for asthma research and in management of difficult asthmatic conditions. Pulmonary medicine specialists at Jeff apply the newest technology and strategies in ventilator and respiratory care and in weaning patients from ventilator dependency.

For patients with severe persistent asthma, Jefferson is offering a new nondrug outpatient procedure that has shown to increase asthma control and improve quality of life, known as bronchial thermoplasty.

The Lung Nodule Clinic and a Lung Cancer Screening Program, one of the first in the Delaware Valley, further evaluates lung nodules and screens for lung cancer in high-risk patients.

Management of patients with interstitial lung diseases is often complex and varies depending on the underlying cause. For patients referred to Jefferson, our pulmonologists work closely with a wide range of healthcare providers including thoracic surgeons, rheumatologists, nurses and respiratory therapists to determine the cause and the best course of treatment of interstitial lung disease.

Jefferson – Jane and Leonard Korman Lung Center

The Jefferson – Jane and Leonard Korman Lung Center in Philadelphia was formed to better understand lung disease through innovative research and expanded clinical programs for exceptional patient care.

Innovative new therapies for early diagnosis of lung disease are beginning to change the landscape of the field and the expected disease trajectory for many of these patients.



Nationally Recognized Pulmonologists Conveniently Located in Center City Philadelphia

Easily accessible from South Jersey, Delaware, and Philadelphia’s surrounding suburbs, the Pulmonary medical offices at Jefferson, including the Lung Nodule Clinic, are dedicated to improving the health of the communities they serve.


Pulmonary Medicine Research and Education

Visit the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University for more on research and education.