The physicians practice of UT Health San Antonio offers patients an entire team of lung cancer experts who are nationally recognized for their exceptional care, modern treatments, and advanced research.
Related to:Lung cancer survivorship care, recurrent lung cancer care, lung radiation care, lung cancer recovery
Our team of board-certified, fellowship-trained pulmonologists provide expert care to patients fighting lung cancer and to those recovering from lung cancer.
We offer reliable, modern treatments for our patients undergoing cancer treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Every patient receives a treatment plan specifically tailored for addressing their health needs, managing symptoms, treating other existing respiratory illnesses and preventing complications.
We provide screening, therapy and regular evaluations necessary to identify early-stage and recurrent lung cancer. This allows for early intervention, preventing cancer from spreading.
Every patient benefits from our in-depth and collaborative approach to their care before and after lung cancer. We are part of the largest multidisciplinary practice in the region. We are also in close partnership with the region’s only NCI-designated cancer center, the UT Health San Antonio Cancer Center, where we participate in weekly thoracic tumor boards for reviewing every patient’s case with a multidisciplinary group of cancer specialists. This allows our pulmonologists to easily and consistently collaborate with our patient’s oncologists, surgeons, primary care physicians and specialists.
This model of care enables our lung experts to provide the most comprehensive and effective treatment plan possible. It also provides our patients with direct access to clinical trials for treating and preventing lung cancer.
Reliable, advanced lung cancer care is available through the expertise and skill of our pulmonologists. We utilize the most advanced technology, modern therapies and reliable research to help our patients maintain the highest quality of life while surviving cancer.
Call 210-450-9800 to make an appointment.