Pulmonary Medicine refers to many lung disorders including asthma, COPDinfluenza, pneumonia, lung cancer, and tuberculosis. These disorders share common symptoms such as chronic cough and shortness of breath. Mid-South Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists, P.C. has 21 providers specializing in the treatment of pulmonary disorders. We provide a continuum of care for the patient both in the clinic and in 8 area hospitals allowing us to ensure the highest quality of care for our patients.

Sleep is vital for renewing our mental and physical health each day. However, more than 100 million Americans of all ages fail to get a good night’s sleep. There are at least 84 sleep disorders that lead to a lowered quality of life. They endanger public safety by contributing to traffic and industrial accidents. These disorders can lead to problems falling asleep, difficulties staying awake or staying asleep, sleepwalking, bed-wetting, nightmares, and other problems interfering with sleep. Some sleep disorders can be life-threatening. Mid-South Pulmonary & Sleep Specialists P.C. has 7 providers who specialize in diagnosing and treating sleep disorders in infants, children, adolescents, and adults.

Critical Care Medicine relates to the diagnosis and management of life-threatening conditions.  Physicians with training in Critical Care Medicine are considered Intensivists and have experience treating critically ill patients. Patients requiring intensive care services may require support for instability, airway or respiratory compromise, acute renal failure, or the effects of multiple organ failure.  Mid-South Pulmonary Specialists, P.C. has 21 providers who are board-certified in Critical Care Medicine and 11 acute care nurse practitioners; providing Intensivist and critical care services at seven Memphis area hospitals.  As Intensivists, our physicians oversee the many decisions involved in the ICU patient's care, and coordinate other services the patient may need from other specialists.

For COVID-19 safety precautions, we ask that all patients, whether sleep or pulmonary, wear masks upon entering our offices and try to come alone or with as few people as possible-your safety is our main concern.