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Your Asthma Health Care Team
Respiratory and cardiopulmonary services are an integral part of care at all of our hospitals — from the neonatal intensive care unit, to the OR, to the critical care unit, to the emergency department, to the med-surg unit. Valley Health employs highly qualified respiratory therapists who also assist patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease that includes asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, viral infections, pneumonia, neonatal problems, lung tumors, TB and other lung related diseases.

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In addition to taking care of patients, Valley Health’s respiratory departments sponsor an annual seminar, The Blue Ridge Symposium, to educate other respiratory care professionals on the most current topics in respiratory care. To find out more about this year’s Blue Ridge Symposium please call 540-536-8941.

For more information about Valley Health respiratory and cardiopulmonary services call: