The Lung Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (among the top ranked in the country by U.S. News & World Report) is a unique, highly focused collaboration between physicians and surgeons specializing in lung and breathing conditions. Under the leadership of co-directors Raphael Bueno, MD, chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery and Bruce Levy, MD, chief, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, The Lung Center provides comprehensive care and individualized attention to men and women with every type of lung condition—from asthma, to cystic fibrosis to rare lung cancers such as mesothelioma.
Our pulmonary medicine and thoracic surgery experts work in partnership with sub-specialists at BWH as needed and with the patient’s community physician—a collaborative approach that ensures that every patient need is met as we diagnose and treat lung conditions. Pinpointing areas of emphasis, we deliver precise, personalized medicine focusing on each patient. This includes populations with specific needs, such as women and the elderly, and targeted health care areas focused on genetics, rehabilitation, palliative care and prevention.
As the thoracic surgical and pulmonary medicine specialists for Dana-Farber Brigham Cancer Center, our physicians collaborate with acclaimed medical and radiation oncologists to give patients a powerful, united force in the fight against lung and chest cancers.
Nationally renowned specialists for end stage lung failure and surgical expertise for single and double lung transplants, as well as heart-lung transplants and ECMO.
Thoracic intermediate care unit (TICU) and thoracic surgical intensive care unit (SICU), state-of-the-art surgical suites and two medical intensive care units (MICU) staffed by physicians dedicated only to lung patients.