NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Healthy Lungs for Kids Program is dedicated to making a difference in the respiratory health of infants, children, adolescents and young adults through outstanding patient care. We offer diagnostic procedures and innovative, effective treatments.
Committed to the well-being of patients and their families, the program’s board-certified pediatric pulmonologists and nurse practitioner are known for being accessible and approachable. They combine knowledge, expertise and education with compassion and respect for the individual and diverse needs of the community.
The Healthy Lungs for Kids Program, run by the Division of Pulmonary Medicine, treats children suffering from a wide range of acute and chronic congenital, inherited and acquired breathing disorders, including:
The program offers both inpatient and outpatient services. The extensively trained, patient-focused staff provides exceptional, one-on-one attention in a family-centered environment. They work with the hospital’s other pediatric sub-specialists and consult regularly with every child’s pediatrician. Utilizing the most advanced technology, they evaluate the patient and create a customized plan to manage each child’s respiratory problem.
With a long and sustained tradition of medical excellence, NYU Winthrop Hospital is dedicated to promoting and fostering medical education and research that lead to new and better approaches to patient care.
In addition to teaching medical students and residents, the Division of Pulmonary Medicine has a three-year Fellowship Program. Each fellow is a fully trained pediatrician specializing in Pulmonary Medicine.