At HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe, we provide advanced treatments for adult and pediatric patients with acute and chronic lung conditions. Our team of pulmonologists and respiratory specialists in Conroe, Texas—just north of Houston—will work with you and your healthcare provider to customize a treatment plan for your needs.

For more information, please call our cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation unit at (936) 539-7447.

Pulmonologists in Conroe, Texas

Pulmonologists are lung doctors, or pulmonary doctors, who specialize in treating diseases of the lungs. With education, lung therapies, medications and lifestyle changes, we help our patients stay healthy. Our priority is to promote your long-term respiratory health, and we are proud to offer a variety of diagnostic and treatment options using the latest technology.

Lung care services

HCA Houston Healthcare Conroe provides a wide range of comprehensive pulmonary care, from diagnosis to rehabilitation. Our inpatient and outpatient services include:

Lung cancer screenings

Lung cancer leads to more deaths than any other type of cancer. However, it is most treatable when diagnosed in its earliest stages. To detect lung cancer early, we offer low-dose computed tomography (CT) lung cancer screenings.

Pulmonary rehabilitation center

Pulmonary rehabilitation has become a standard-of-care for patients with chronic lung disease. Research has shown that regular participation in a pulmonary rehabilitation program decreases the number and length of hospital stays.

Our respiratory therapy program focuses on endurance and strength training. The program cannot reverse the disease process, but it can reduce symptoms and level of disability for people with chronic lung conditions including:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Chronic asthma
  • Pulmonary fibrosis

Pulmonary care at HCA Houston Healthcare

Pulmonary care provides treatment for lung and respiratory conditions, treating patients with conditions causing breathing issues or affecting their lung health. You may receive pulmonary care for asthma, bronchitis and certain allergies.

Learn about Pulmonary care