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Our cardiopulmonary services offer comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services. Including in-hospital care providing treatment for disorders related to the pulmonary system and delivering life-saving interventions in the emergency room, assisting in the overall care of the patient.

Common services are all modalities respiratory therapy, such as aerosolized and inhaled medication delivery, ventilator support, BIPAP/CPAP application and monitoring, EKG, pulmonary function testing, pulmonary rehab, and home-based sleep tests and hospital-based sleep studies.

Our Respiratory Therapists are board certified through the National Board of Respiratory Care and are members of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC).

Office Hours:
Regular hours are Monday - Sunday 6:00 AM - 6:30 PM
On-call hours are 6:30 PM - 6:00 AM
Sleep lab hours - Appointments available weekly. Provider referral required for in-house sleep studies. Call 308.995.3305 to schedule.

During regular hours call 308.995.2836, after hours call 308.995.2211.

Pulmonary Services:

Our Pulmonary Rehabilitation program is designed for people who have chronic lung disease. Its primary goal is to enable people to achieve and maintain their maximum level of independence. Although most pulmonary rehab participants have COPD, people with other types of lung disease may benefit as well. People of all ages can benefit. In addition to lung disease, the pulmonary rehab program has added a Post-COVID program for those who are still suffering from side effects of COVID. 

Our program may improve quality of life by reducing shortness of breath, increasing exercise tolerance, promoting a sense of well-being, and decreasing the number of hospitalizations.

The program is designed to meet personal goals and needs of individual participants. Sessions are twice a week and run approximately 1 hour. If you’re interested, please contact your provider to see if you would qualify for these services.

The following educational videos may help you answer questions about the more common pulmonary issues we treat: