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Lung Health Institute Nashville, TN. Clinic

The Lung Health Institute clinic in Nashville offers revolutionary new options for treating chronic lung disease. More than 85 percent of our patients report an improved quality of life^ three months after treatment.

Nashville, TN. Clinic

Our Nashville clinic has four treatment rooms, each room has a nebulizer machine and an oxygen concentrator to enhance the patient experience. The clinic also has a consult suite and a lab for onsite lab work.

Our clinic is actually located in Franklin, TN., which is about 30 minutes from all the sights and sounds of Music Row and downtown Nashville.

We can help patients try and recapture a quality of life they no longer thought possible.

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(855) 882-1292

Lung Health Institute

2001 Mallory Lane, Suite 302
Franklin, TN 37067

Hours: Monday–Friday 8a.m.- 6p.m.

Our clinic is actually located in Franklin, Tenn., which is about 30 minutes from all the sights and sounds of Music Row and downtown Nashville.

Franklin’s historic downtown has many shops and restaurants and is easy to get around. The clinic is located on the 3rd floor of a medical building and offers on-site parking.

Lung Health Institute Nashville Clinic

2001 Mallory Ln #302, Franklin, TN 37067

Call and schedule a consultation today

For more information about the treatment options available at the Lung Health Institute Nashville clinic, contact one of our patient coordinators today at (855) 882-1292. We’ll be happy to schedule a free consultation for you.



A National Leader in Patient Safety and Care

In December 2017, the Lung Health Institute received The Joint Commission’s accreditation, which is a nationally-recognized Gold Seal of Approval™ in healthcare. Obtaining The Joint Commission’s accreditation reflects the Lung Health Institute’s commitment to continuous improvement and to delivering safe, high-quality care to our patients.

To earn this accreditation, the Lung Health Institute clinics had to undergo thorough, on-site reviews of the quality and safety of care being delivered to our patients and validate that our clinics are continuously meeting rigorous national standards.

The accreditation also shows the Lung Health Institute’s compliance with the National Patient Safety Goals. National Patient Safety Goals are specific actions that accredited organizations are required to take to prevent medical errors.

The Joint Commission is the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in healthcare.

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