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The Center for Thoracic Oncology at St. John's Regional Cancer Center offers a multidisciplinary team approach to lung health. The Lung Screening Program is capable of detecting cancer even before noticeable symptoms appear. Specialists from all relevant medical departments collaborate to ensure the best possible treatment plan that is individually tailored to each patient.
Designated as a Screening Center of Excellence by the Lung Cancer Alliance and a Lung Cancer Screening Center by the American College of Radiology.
Are you a smoker or did you smoke in the past? Smoking puts you at high risk for lung cancer. We use the latest advances in diagnosis including Electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy, which can detect lung cancer in its early stages while it is still treatable.
Ask your doctor about getting a lung screening if you meet the following criteria:
Age 50-74 and:
Age 55-74 and:
Accredited by the Commission on Cancer.
Our institute is dedicated to sharing the latest medical science knowledge between disciplines in order to provide the best possible outcome for each patient. A Certified Nurse Practitioner (NP-C) works to personally guide patients and their families through the entire course of cancer treatment.
Our program offers:
Our doctors can discuss with you the benefits and risks associated with a lung screening, and determine if the test is appropriate for you. Lung screenings are not recommended for everyone.
Find out if you’re a candidate by calling 877.753.6248.
Lung cancer screenings are now covered by Medicare. Early detection could save your life, or the life of someone you love. See if you’re eligible.