Inova Lung Services welcomes the opportunity to work with referring physicians to deliver the most appropriate, effective and personalized care for patients dealing with serious lung conditions.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about our program.
- Letter of introduction from Steven Nathan, MD, Medical Director
- 2018 Annual Update to Physicians
- Research and Clinical Trials
Referral and Contact Information
Referring physicians may speak with members of the transplant and advanced lung disease team 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Education and Training
Inova Lung Services is deeply committed to the medical education and training of physicians who provide care to patients with serious lung conditions, including pre- and post-care for those undergoing a lung transplant. We sponsor two different educational opportunities: a one-year fellowship and a one-month rotation.
Inova Lung Services teams and programs are long established and internationally recognized for excellence. In 2018 we received 698 new referrals, evaluated 493 new patients, and cared for 1,526 patients across all of our clinical programs.
The Advanced Lung Disease and Transplant Fellowship is a one-year, PGY-7 program which offers an opportunity for additional training in the care of patients with the full spectrum of rare and progressive lung diseases. Learn more about the program
One-Month Rotation for Residents and Fellows
The team at Inova Lung Services hosts residents for a one-month rotation. Physicians in attendance come from most of the DC metro area's academic institutions, including Howard University, Walter Reed, Georgetown, George Washington, Washington Hospital Center, Eastern Virginia Medical School and Clarilion Health Systems. Residents and fellows routinely rank the rotation among their top programs for unique clinical experience and research opportunities.
- Download the Fellow and Resident Manual
Hear from a Recent Fellow
Thank you for a really great rotation. What you guys do for people is very impressive. You are all incredibly good at the type of medicine that you practice and I feel like I learned so much in the short period of time that I was able to work with you. I was also very impressed by how much you all care for the patients and each other. I can understand why so many of our fellows feel like this is the best rotation we have. Looking forward to hopefully coming back next year.