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When you’re having trouble breathing, it’s hard to concentrate on anything else. At Carondelet Health Network, our respiratory care services work to identify and treat acute or chronic problems, so you can get back to enjoying life again.
Why Choose Carondelet?
Respiratory care is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at our hospitals. Our licensed respiratory therapists are trained to assess, treat, manage, control, educate and care for your cardiopulmonary problems. Our doctors and specialists work with
you to identify the possible treatment options to address your specific health needs.
If your doctor determines your breathing should be tested, your test will be performed at our Pulmonary Function Lab. There, noninvasive diagnostic breathing tests will help diagnose symptoms of shortness of breath and the extent of diseases such as asthma
or pulmonary fibrosis. All pulmonary function tests are read by a board-certified pulmonologist.
Request an Appointment
To make an appointment with one of our respiratory therapist, call (520) 872-6182.
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