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Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD)

The University of Michigan Interstitial Lung Disease Program leads the field in accurate diagnostic methods, active scientific research and extensive clinical trials.

Lung Disease and Respiratory Care (Pulmonary)

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care physicians at the University of Michigan focus on pulmonary (lungs and breathing) disorders and critical illnesses (conditions such as shock, respiratory failure, and multiple organ failure). Our multidisciplinary teams treat the full scope of pulmonary issues including asthma, COPD and emphysema and cystic fibrosis.

Pulmonary Critical Care

A division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Michigan, Critical Care Respiratory Support Services works with every Intensive Care Unit at the University of Michigan Health System, from Neurology to the Trauma Burn Unit with compassionate, licensed respiratory therapists providing the newest breathing treatments.

Pulmonary Fibrosis

At the University of Michigan, the Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is a referral center, providing comprehensive care for people with pulmonary fibrosis. Our scientists and doctors are also using basic science to understand cells, molecules and pathways that lead to pulmonary fibrosis, in order to identify new therapies. Clinical trials evaluating these new therapies are in progress.

Sarcoidosis

The Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine at the University of Michigan has a dedicated Sarcoidosis Clinic to comprehensively treat patients with all severities of sarcoidosis, using a multidisciplinary approach to care for the whole person.

Women's Respiratory Clinic

The University of Michigan Women's Respiratory Clinic, part of the Department of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, is dedicated to the care of female patients with respiratory disease, providing cutting-edge diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical services, not only for lung disease but also for other conditions that may be involved, such as depression or anxiety, resulting from living with chronic lung disease.