Comprehensive Continuation of Care
At Austin Pulmonary Consultants, we believe care for pulmonary disease should be comprehensive and relationship-based. Patients should never be numbers or color-coded charts. And they never are at our clinic. They’re always people and members of the Austin Pulmonary Consultants family.
To keep the focus on the patient and their family members and caregivers, we commit to the following five best practices:
- 1. Increased Access to Medical Professionals.
At Austin Pulmonary Consultants, it’s always easy to set up a new appointment or follow-up visit. Our growing practice includes specialized pulmonary nurse practitioners and pulmonary physicians, allowing us to expand services and meet with you one-on-one more often.
- 2. Continuity of Care from Hospital to Clinic.
A seamless continuation of care from the hospital setting to the clinic ensures a better quality of life. Shifting immediately from hospital services to the clinic helps you stay on track with treatment plans and connects you with a community of medical professionals dedicated to your success.
- 3. Patient-Centered Model of Care.
We know patients better manage chronic conditions when they’re treated as people, so we aim to deliver our services with empathy and listening ears. We will always take the time to hear your concerns and answer your questions.
- 4. Full-Service Diagnostic and Treatment Services.
Our offices provide full service pulmonary function testing while bronchoscopy is performed at our affiliated hospitals. We provide inpatient and outpatient pulmonary care depending on your needs.
- 5. Evolving Diagnostics, Treatment, and Management.
Patients’ needs change, and we respond accordingly. We constantly look for new ways to improve our services, either enhancing existing ones or adding new ones.
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Breathing New Life into the Care and Treatment of Patients with Pulmonary Disease
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