At WMed Health, we provide comprehensive care for patients of all ages -- infants, children, adolescents and adults -- with respiratory tract problems. Services we provide include treatment of asthma, vocal cord dysfunction, Cystic Fibrosis in children and adults, primary ciliary dyskinesia, apnea of prematurity/apnea of infancy, croup, bronchiolitis, chronic lung disease of prematurity/Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, home ventilator dependent children, GERD-related diseases in children, chest wall deformities, congenital airways and lung abnormalities, lung hypoplasia, neuromuscular disorders and interstitial lung diseases.
Cystic Fibrosis Program
We have a multidisciplinary cystic fibrosis program accredited by the cystic fibrosis foundation. Our program specializes in the care for children and adults with cystic fibrosis. The cystic fibrosis program also extends through a transitional clinic for adult patients. our team include a pediatric pulmonologist, nurse coordinators, a nutritionist, a respiratory therapist, a social worker, a psychologist, a pharmacist, and pharmacy technician.
Severe Asthma Program
Our multidisciplinary severe asthma program team consist of a pediatric pulmonologist, a pharmacist, a nurse coordinator, a nutritionist, a respiratory therapist, and a social worker.
Chronic Lung disease of prematurity/Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Program
We provide care for infants and children with chronic lung disease of prematurity, Our multidisciplinary bronchopulmonary dysplasia program team consist of a pediatric pulmonologist, a nurse coordinator, a nutritionist, a respiratory therapist, and a social worker.
Home Ventilator program
We provide care for infants and children with chronic respiratory failure who are ventilator dependent. Our multidisciplinary home ventilator program team consist of a pediatric pulmonologist, a nurse coordinator, a nutritionist, a respiratory therapist, and a social worker.
WMed Health-Sleep Program
Our pediatric sleep program helps in diagnosis of infants and children with sleep disorders include:
- Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea
- Central sleep apnea
- Night terrors, sleep walking and nightmares
- Daytime sleepiness/fatigue
- Periodic limb movements/restless leg syndrome
WMed Health Pediatric Pulmonology is located at 1000 Oakland Drive on the 1st floor in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Parking is available adjacent to the building. Our practice is a non-smoking environment. We strive to provide a clean environment for our patients.
Fees and Insurance
WMed Health Pediatric Pulmonology participates with many insurance providers, including Medicaid and Medicaid Health Plans. Before you first visit, check with your insurance company to understand what services will be paid for by your insurance plan. For every appointment, you will need to bring your insurance card(s). Co-pays are due at the time of service and accepted forms of payment are cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. If you have questions, our patient financial counselors we are ready to help you. Please call our Billing Department at 269.337.4460.
A referral by a healthcare provider is required. To refer, call 269.337.6289 or fax 269.337.6547.