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Lung Institute to Open New Clinic in Scottsdale in February 2015

20 Jan 2015
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SCOTTSDALE, AZ- In February 2015, the Lung Institute will open a new clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. This expansion marks its third location in the country. With stem cell treatment centers already in Tampa and Nashville, the Lung Institute has made positive impacts in the lives of their patients and the surrounding communities.

The Lung Institute is committed to providing patients with an effective way to treat pulmonary conditions, rather than just manage their symptoms, which results in an improvement in their overall quality of life. Their application of innovative technology combined with advanced stem cell treatments enables them to carry out their mission and successfully provide world-class care to their patients who visit the Lung Institute from across the globe.

The Lung Institute treats conditions such as COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and interstitial lung disease.

The addition of this treatment center will create jobs in the medical, sales, and administrative industries. Additionally, local businesses, and the medical tourism industry of the Scottsdale area will benefit, as most patients travel for treatment. By utilizing their full-service patient coordinator services, The Lung Institute plans to actively promote all that Scottsdale has to offer as an ancillary benefit to obtaining advanced treatment for lung disease.

A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the new facility with the medical staff, Lung Institute corporate team, community representatives, and members of the Scottsdale and Phoenix Chambers of Commerce in attendance. The new facility is located at 8377 East Hartford Drive in Scottsdale, and will be open for treatment beginning on February 9, 2015.

“We are very excited to join the vibrant Scottsdale community,” says Lynne Flaherty, Executive Vice President of the Lung Institute, “Through stem cell therapy, we hope to offer patients an alternative method to treat their lung disease while enjoying an exceptional local environment.”

About the Lung Institute

At the Lung Institute, we are changing the lives of hundreds of people across the nation through the innovative technology of regenerative medicine. We are committed to providing patients a more effective way to address pulmonary conditions and improve quality of life.  Our physicians, through their designated practices, have gained worldwide recognition for the successful application of revolutionary minimally invasive stem cell therapies. With over a century of combined medical experience, our doctors have established a patient experience designed with the highest concern for patient safety and quality of care. For more information, visit our website at LungInstitute.com, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or call us today at (800) 729-3065.

4 Comments

  1. PB

    8 months ago

    Hello Joseph,

    Because the parking lot is against the building, our parking is very close to the front door. If there’s anything we can do for you in the meantime before your visit to our Scottsdale clinic, please feel free to contact us at (855) 313-1149. We look forward to seeing you soon.

    Best Regards,

    The Lung Institute

  2. Joseph Higdon

    8 months ago

    Considering driving to Scottsdale to meet with you. My COPD is severe and can only walk short dostances. How close is parking to front door?

  3. Jared White

    2 years ago

    Hi, Don: Since stem cell therapy for lung disease is still considered a relatively new procedure, at this time, it is not covered by insurance providers. We hope that this will change in the near future though! If you are curious about how this procedure can help treat lung disease, one of our patient coordinators would be happy to speak with you. Our phone number is (855)-313-1149. Thanks for commenting!

  4. don fox

    2 years ago

    is stem cell therapy for COPD covered by Medicare or Equitable insurance??

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