Welcome to Southeast Lung Associates!
We are a privately owned and operated medical group practice specializing in pulmonary, critical and sleep disorders medicine, interventional pulmonology and pulmonary rehabilitation services.
Effective January 1, 2024, our Mercy Boulevard office has merged with our Midtown office at 340 Hodgson Court Savannah, GA 31406.
What do you need to do?
Nothing! Your appointment will remain the same, just the location has changed.
Aside from location, does anything else change?
No! Our same great Southeast Lung team and the familiar faces you’re accustomed to seeing will be waiting to provide for you in Savannah, the same way we did in Statesboro.
For best results, please contact us via your patient portal. We can also be reached at (912) 927-6270 from 8:30 AM- 5 PM Monday-Thursday & 8:30-12 PM on Fridays.
Your care is important to us and we want to continue providing it, even from a different location. We look forward to seeing you soon!
You are invited to visit all pages on this site to learn more about our 13 board-certified, physician experts who offer their services in 5 locations throughout Georgia and South Carolina.
We are proud of our advanced physician training from institutions lik Emory University, Medical College of Georgia, Harvard, Mayo Clinic, New York University, UCLA, University of Virginia and Yale University.
St. Joseph’s/Candler adds new technology in diagnosing lung cancer
Monarch robotic bronchoscopy could enable earlier and more accurate diagnosis of lung cancer
The thoracic lung cancer multidisciplinary team at the Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion just got a new teammate: The Monarch Robot.
This latest technology allows for earlier and more accurate diagnosis of small and hard-to-reach lung cancer nodules. It’s non-invasive for patients and limits false positives, false negatives and potential side effects.
The Monarch Platform, powered by Auris Health, integrates the latest advancements in robotics, software, data science and endoscopy – the use of small cameras and tools to enter the body through its natural openings.
Using a familiar controller-like interface (think your child’s Xbox controller), physicians are able to navigate the flexible robotic endoscope to the edge of the lung with improved reach, vision and control compared to traditional endoscopy. Additionally, the computer-assisted navigation is based on 3D models of the patient’s own lung anatomy, giving physicians continuous bronchoscope vision throughout the procedure.
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