Insterstitial lung diseases (ILD) are difficult to diagnose and treat; at Yale Medicine, we have the expertise and experience needed to address your needs. Our program, led by skilled pulmonologists, is an internationally recognized center of excellence and we are known for working with community physicians.
We care for patients with all forms of ILD, including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), interstitial lung diseases associated with autoimmune disorders, occupational lung disease and sarcoidosis. We see patients from all over the northeast and patients often travel to us from throughout the country and abroad to be evaluated and treated at our tertiary referral center with exceptional experience with these diseases.
Our program, created in 1997, offers you significant expertise and support in multiple areas, including treatment of complex lung diseases, the opportunity to participate in clinical and translational studies, and the chance to receive experimental therapy. We also work tirelessly to conduct research into the causes and potential cures for ILD and participate wholeheartedly in the education and support of patients, providers and caregivers.