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Wayne Health’s Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine Clinics provide primary and specialty care for those with diseases of the respiratory system or sleep-related disorders. Our team also specializes in the care of critically ill patients requiring hemodynamic (blood circulation) monitoring or procedures.
We are dedicated to serving the medical needs of residents of the Detroit metropolitan area, surrounding communities and beyond.
Our team of physicians has long-standing experience and expertise in the evaluation and treatment of patients with a variety of lung diseases. We take a holistic approach to evaluating patients, taking the time to go over your symptoms and to review previous testing. We create a treatment plan based upon your needs and your goals for care, taking the time to explain our approach and to educate you in the process.
We offer a wide range of diagnostic testing options for patients with respiratory conditions, including:
We also offer access to respiratory therapy programs, such as:
The sleep specialists at Wayne Health practice at the Detroit Receiving Hospital Sleep Disorders Center, which is accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. AASM accreditation is awarded to centers that can demonstrate a high standard of medical care for patients with sleep disorders.
Wayne Health doctors specialize in the treatment of a wide range of respiratory disorders affecting individuals or their families, including:
The Wayne Health physician leaders of these programs are recognized regionally and nationally for their expertise in these areas of medicine.
Wayne Health doctors are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of respiratory conditions, including:
Sleep medicine is a particular area of expertise for Wayne Health. The following symptoms may be an indication that you have a sleep disorder:
Wayne Health physicians and researchers are faculty members at Wayne State University School of Medicine who conduct basic, translational and clinical research. This makes the latest treatments and clinical trials available to you sooner than other providers without a medical school affiliation. Some of our areas of research include:
The WSU Sleep Research Laboratory’s areas of research interest include control of breathing during sleep, the role of gender in the biological origin of sleep-disordered breathing, and upper airway mechanics during sleep.
For more information, please visit the links below at the WSU School of Medicine.