When it comes to the health of your lung, chest, and airways, you deserve to put your care in the hands of the most-experienced, high-quality specialists available. At Columbia University’s Surgical Lung & Chest Care program, we provide the most up-to-date options for all chest conditions, from the extremely common to the most rare and complex―including lung cancers, emphysema, cystic fibrosis, myesthenia gravis, diaphragm disorders and more.
Learn more about what sets our program apart:
- #1 Hospital in New York: as part of Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian, we pride ourselves on being consistently named New York’s top hospital and one of the top ten in the nation.
- Leaders in the Field: from developing the largest lung transplant program in the north Atlantic to establishing a special program addressing lung disease in women to creating the world’s only comprehensive center for diaphragm disorders, we don’t just practice the best medicine―we help define it.
- Putting People First: we don’t just treat conditions, we treat people. If you trust your care to us, you’ll see that our expertise in the leading techniques and latest breakthroughs is only surpassed by our commitment to individual respect and clear communication. We are your partners in care.
Here For You, Now More Than Ever
Even with the Covid-19 situation, we’re still here to give you the care you need. Our team is ready to provide virtual visits for any issue, and we have all the necessary precautions to safely do in-person visits for situations requiring an examination. Read about the lessons we’ve learned from the pandemic, and how they will help us give better, safer care than ever.
Call (212) 305-3408 for existing patients, (212) 304-7535 for new patients, or request an appointment online
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Existing Patients Call (212) 305-3408
New Patients Call (212) 304-7535
Or request an appointment online
The Herbert Irving Pavilion
161 Fort Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10032
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