Hospitals Offering Lung Cancer CT Scans



Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia

Temple University Hospital offers a lung cancer prevention (smoking cessation), annual low-dose CT screening program and nodule work-up program.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital offers lung cancer screening and a Pulmonary Nodule Clinic for patients with suspicious screening results.


MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston

MD Anderson Cancer Center offers lung cancer screening for smokers over the age of 50 who have smoked the equivalent of one pack of cigarettes a day for at least 20 years. Along with screening, MD Anderson offers risk assessment counseling for those who do not have lung cancer and low-cost tobacco cessation programs to help smokers quit.


Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, D.C.

Georgetown University Hospital offers a lung cancer screening program to patients over the age of 55 who have smoked at least one pack of cigarettes per day for 30 years. Georgetown University Hospital's comprehensive Lung Cancer Program provides the full spectrum of available and emerging radiation, chemotherapy and surgical options and support services. It uses a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment and has potential access to a variety of clinical research trials.

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