Early lung cancer shows no signs or symptoms, but if caught early, is it often treatable.
If you or someone in your family is a current or former smoker, you probably worry about their cancer risk. Calvert’s new lung health program is here to help you breathe easier.
Whether you are a current smoker, a previous smoker or even a non-smoker who has been exposed to environmental toxins or secondhand smoke, your lung health matters.
For more information, contact the Lung
Health Program by
Our new lung health program provides:
- Expanded tobacco cessation
resources and initiatives
- A dedicated Lung Nurse Navigator
to answer any questions you may
have, any step of the way
- A lung cancer screening
(low dose CT scan) through Calvert
Medical Imaging Center
- A multidisciplinary team approach
for all of our patients, to include
a lung patient care conference
comprised of medical and radiation
oncologists, radiologists and
area pulmonologists and lung surgeons.
To qualify for the low dose
CT scan, you must:
- Be between the ages of 55-77
- Have a ‘30 pack’ smoking history
(means that they smoked one pack
a day for 30 years or two
- packs per day for 15 years, etc.)
- Be a current smoker or have quit
within the past 15 years