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Lung Disease Center of Central Pennsylvania

The Lung Disease Center of Central Pennsylvania opened in 2011 and is the home of Altoona Lung Specialists, the Sleep Disorder Network and the Lung Disease Foundation of Central Pennsylvania.

The facility offers cutting-edge services while working as a“one-stop shop”for the detection and diagnosis of many pulmonary diseases.

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Our specialists are available to speak at your next event. If you are interested in hearing the latest developments in lung health or sleep disorder treatments, please contact Sherri Stayer at (814) 946-2845 to schedule a date and topic. ... See MoreSee Less

Our specialists are available to speak at your next event. If you are interested in hearing the latest developments in lung health or sleep disorder treatments, please contact Sherri Stayer at (814) 946-2845 to schedule a date and topic.

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Try to keep the Christmas decorations, especially the lights, to a minimum in the bedroom. A peaceful, normalized routine can help you get a good night sleep, while chaos and lighting can keep you awake.

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Remember to #breathe through the stress of the holidays. You just might already have everything you need. #HappyHolidays #QOTD

 

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Studies show a link between getting less than 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. If you are having trouble sleeping, there might be a simple solution. Call today for a Sleep Study to see how we can help you with sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. (814) 946-2845 ... See MoreSee Less

Studies show a link between getting less than 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. If you are having trouble sleeping, there might be a simple solution. Call today for a Sleep Study to see how we can help you with sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. (814) 946-2845

Schedule An Appointment

Each of our physicians has office hours several days per week for patient visits. For an appointment, please call 814.946.2845 and our staff will schedule the next available day and time.

If you are not able to keep a scheduled appointment, please advise our office as soon as possible in order to provide another patient this time to meet with the physician and, if necessary, receive treatment.

If you have an emergency, please call 911.

 

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Address:
800 Chestnut Ave
Altoona, PA 16601

Phone:
814.946.2845

Email:
SherriS@altoonalungspecialists.com

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

All phone calls placed to the physicians and staff of the Lung Disease Center of Central PA, Altoona Lung Specialists, Sleep Disorder Network and Lung Disease Foundation of Central PA will be answered Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Any contacts made through the Lung Disease Center of Central Pennsylvania’s website will be responded to during office working hours.

If you have an emergency, please call 911.

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