Become a Patient

For inpatient transfers or consultations please contact the Emory University transfer service at 404-686-8334.

For outpatient referrals, patients may be self-referred or referred by another physician. The process is the same and is outlined below:

Scheduling

For all appointments call 404-778-5050. IP Program Clinic visits are offered only at the Clifton Rd and Midtown locations. Patients will be seen within 1 weeks, sooner if needed. Please call 24hrs in advance if you need to cancel your appointment. The Emory Clinic (TEC) Interventional Pulmonology Office adresses are:

TEC - Clifton Road: 1365 Clifton Rd, Building A, 4th Floor - Atlanta, GA 30322             Fax: 404-778-4431

TEC - Midtown: 550 Peachtree St NE, Med. Tower Bldg 6 floor - Atlanta, GA 30308        Fax: 404-686-4840

Clinic Visits and Parking

Please arrive 30 minutes early for your initial visit to allow us time to record your insurance information and for completion of a new patient questionnaire. Bring a valid form of identification, insurance information, relevant medical documents (see below) and a responsible adult for transportation if you are having a procedure. Valet parking is available at the Clifton Rd and Midtown locations. Water, coffee and refreshments are frequently provided in our waiting rooms, and a cafeteria is available onsite as well at our Clifton and Midtown locations.

Relevant Documentation - Important, Please Read:

We ask that you provide all relevant documents prior to your initial visit, or you may bring them with you to your appointment. This is to expedite your evaluation, prevent duplication of expensive testing and allow for comparison when new studies are required. These documents can be obtained through the medical records department of any office or hospital, typically at no additional charge. Please specify the location of your initial clinic visit on the signed records release (see contact information above).

Please include:

1. Office or hospital notes pertinent to your complaint or condition (hospital history and physicals, office history or followup notes, consultation notes, etc).

2. Pulmonary function tests, including new and old testing as far back as possible.

3. Lung imaging reports - Chest x-rays, CT scans, MRIs, PET scans, ultrasounds, contrasted studies, and any other relevant chest imaging.

4. Lung imaging CDs - the actual images for the studies above are typically required for IP clinic visits if available.

5. Procedure notes - from prior bronchoscopies, thoracenteses, biopsies, surgeries, and other procedural documentation.

6. Laboratory and pathology studies - recent common lab testing and any special tests relevant to your complaint or diagnosis, including CULTURE DATA (sputum, blood, urine, bronchoalveolar lavage) and especially pathology reports.

8. Referring physician contact information, including fax and office phone numbers.

As a general rule, the more documentation you provide the better we are able to help you. Be prepared to answer questions about your personal and family medical history, social and exposure history and past/present medication regimen as well.

Patient Portal

We are excited to announce the launching of the Emory Patient Portal, which allows patients on-line access to their diagnostic information including labs, radiological testing and more. You may also email office staff with questions regarding your care. Enrollment is easy, please ask your receptionist for a brochure with instructions and additional information.