Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy 2017-10-10T14:50:22+00:00

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Steve Dudek, MD                             Chief, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy

Mission

We pride ourselves on our commitment to innovative basic and clinical research, excellent patient care, and quality education.

About Us

Research

The Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy has a very active portfolio of research projects, funded by funders including the National Institutes of Health, PCORI, AHA, RHA, and various other private foundations or pharmaceutical companies.

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Patient Care

Our pulmonary and allergy physicians see clinic patients in the Center for Lung Health, located in room 3C in the UI Health Outpatient Care Center (OCC), which is at 1801 W Taylor. The UI Health Sleep Science Center, located at 2242 W Harrison, is the home to our comprehensive sleep program. Sleep clinic patients are seen here during the day, and sleep studies are conducted here in the evenings, making for a convenient one-stop location for all our sleep patient. 

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Faculty members pursuing a wide range of innovative studies that advance our understanding of pulmonary processes and improving respiratory health
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Fellowship Program

We are a diverse group of faculty and fellows dedicated to the continual evolution of a unique fellowship training program in the field of Pulmonary and Critical Care medicine. We offer two fellowship programs.

Pulmonary & Critical Care

The goal of the Pulmonary and Critical Care program is to develop internists into outstanding specialists in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine with good clinical judgment, extensive medical knowledge, clinical proficiency, humanistic qualities, commitment to continuing scholarship, and ethical behavior.

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Sleep

The goal of the Sleep program is to develop internists into outstanding specialists in Sleep Medicine with good clinical judgment, extensive medical knowledge, clinical proficiency, humanistic qualities, commitment to continuing scholarship, and ethical behavior. This is a message to add space to the text, dont delete.

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Our Clinical Programs

Interventional

Pulmonology

This service treats patients that have both benign and malignant non-cardiac diseases of the chest. This multidisciplinary team focuses on obtaining a diagnosis and treatment plan in the most efficient, rapid and least invasive manner.

Asthma

The main goals of the UI Health Asthma Clinic are to improve the health of adults with asthma by focusing on patient education, patient-centered asthma management to provide personalized and specialized care, and engaging in research that will improve the care of asthma. The Asthma Clinic partners with many different disciplines including specialists (Allergy, ENT, Pulmonary), primary care and emergency room providers, nurses and pharmacists to diagnose and treat asthma and individualize comprehensive asthma care.

Lung Cancer

A multidisciplinary program examining the use of computerized tomography (CT) in the early detection, follow-up, and treatment of patients with lung nodules.

Sleep Disorder

The Sleep Science Center utilizes a multidisciplinary team approach, providing a comprehensive continuum of care from diagnosis, individual treatment plans and education. Sleep is essential for a person’s health and well-being, yet millions of people do not get enough sleep and many suffer from lack of sleep. Surveys suggest 50-70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, and 60% of adults report having sleep problems a few nights a week or more. Most of these problems go undiagnosed and untreated.

Sarcoidosis

The Bernie Mac Sarcoidosis Translational Advanced Research (STAR) Center at UI Health is committed to provide patients with outstanding care and to evaluate patients in a timely, compassionate and courteous manner. We provide comprehensive care for patients with all forms of sarcoidosis.

Contact Us

Administrative Office

Pulmonary, Critical Care, Sleep and Allergy
840 S Wood St, Room 920-N CSB
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: 312-996-8039

Clinic Office

UI Center for Lung Health
1801 W. Taylor, Suite 3C
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: 312-996-2740

Clinic Office

UI Health Sleep Science Center
2242 W Harrison, Suite 104
Chicago, IL 60612
Phone: 312-996-7708