What do we do? The Division of Specialty Services at National Jewish Health oversees clinical programs in Surgery, Anesthesiology, Otolaryngology, and Neurology/Neuromuscular Medicine, augmenting the scope and spectrum of care available at National Jewish Health. Working in close partnership with the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics and Radiology, the Division of Specialty Services is an integral component of our patient care services.
Programs within the Division of Specialty Services include:
- Thoracic Surgery
- General and Minimally Invasive Gastrointestinal Surgery
- Otolaryngology (ENT)
- Neurology and Neuromuscular Medicine
- Anesthesiology and Pre-Operative Services
Thoracic Surgery and General Surgery are available for consultation. Thoracic Surgery specializes in procedures and surgeries of the lungs and chest. Our Thoracic Surgeons work closely with our Pulmonologists, Oncologists, Interstitial Lung Disease faculty, Gastroenterologists and General Surgeons as part of our multidisciplinary care model. General Surgery cares for a broad spectrum of surgical issues, and also has expertise in specialized procedures and surgeries for problems of the gastrointestinal tract (esophagus, stomach, and intestines). Most of our surgeries are performed at the Saint Joseph Hospital campus.
Otolaryngology services include rhinosinusology, laryngology and other procedures that are associated with upper respiratory tract (sinuses, mastoids, nose, throat and voice box) related conditions.
Our neurology and neuromuscular medicine practice care for a broad array of problems related to the nerves, and muscles and includes advanced diagnostics testing and procedures.
Why National Jewish Health? Our team of experts is focused exclusively on complex pulmonary and thoracic procedures and surgeries as well as complex autoimmune mediated diseases. We are leading in the area of respiratory care and bring this knowledge to our work in general, thoracic and ENT surgeries.