Overview of the Pulmonary Medicine Program
Specialists in our Pulmonary Medicine Program are nationally known for their work in treating breathing issues that range from asthma to extremely complicated conditions. The Pulmonary Medicine Program also places special emphasis on cystic fibrosis care and research.
Parents magazine ranked pulmonary care at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin #8 in the nation in its 2013 Best Children's Hospitals survey.
The Pulmonary Medicine Program includes Wisconsin's only pediatric sleep center accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. It is one of only 25 accredited centers in the country dedicated solely to children.
The pulmonary clinics at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin welcome children with a wide range of breathing and sleep problems. Our staff includes pulmonary and sleep medicine specialists nationally known for their work in pulmonary and sleep disorders.
In conjunction with The Medical College of Wisconsin, pulmonologists at Children's Hospital constantly are conducting research to develop better treatments, enabling them to stay on the cutting edge of the latest therapies. The Pulmonary Medicine Program places special emphasis on cystic fibrosis care and research, and is a nationally accredited cystic fibrosis center.
We diagnose and treat the following:
- Breathing problems.
- Cystic fibrosis.
- Home mechanical ventilation.
- Lung transplantation.
- Sleeping problems.
- Tracheal disorders.
The Sleep Center at Children's Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility, with specially trained staff who diagnose and treat children of all ages with respiratory, non-respiratory and behavioral sleep disorders.
Services are available at:
To make an appointment, call Central Scheduling at (414) 607-5280 or toll-free at (877) 607-5280. You also may request an appointment online.