When making healthcare decisions, informing yourself of the most up-to-date methods of diagnosis and treatment methods will ensure that your health is managed in the most safe and efficient manner. Lung cancer and other thoracic conditions can be difficult to understand. Learning the facts about your condition will not only help you determine which doctor to whom you should entrust your care, but also help you find the healthiest ways to manage your body and symptoms. Connecting with other patients going through the same experience can offer insights into what worked and did not work for them. Discussing your condition with other patients can also provide assurance and emotional support.
For your convenience, we have made our forms available for you to download, print and fill out prior to your visit. If you prefer to fill them out in our office, please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.
Our frequently asked questions page aims to answer any questions you might have about our procedures and how our experience translates to the operating room. If this information does not satisfy all of the questions you have, contact our office to speak with one of the many knowledgeable members of our staff.
For patients looking to learn more about their condition or to connect with other patients going through the same experience, our resources page provides valuable information. Learning from your doctor, independent research, and other patients can give you the tools you need to be an advocate for your own health.