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Benefit from our experience


Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center has been treating lung disease for more than 40 years. We have been certified as a Quality Respiratory Care provider by the American Association for Respiratory Care each year since 2004. This program recognizes hospitals that promote patient safety by providing access to respiratory therapists and adhering to specific respiratory care standards.

Few conditions feel more life threatening than a breathing disorder such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). If you suffer from a serious respiratory problem, you know the importance of having caregivers who are experienced in the latest, most effective diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.

For more information about respiratory services at Thomasville Medical Center, call

336-476-2578

For information on pulmonary rehabilitation at Thomasville Medical Center, call

336-475-2539

Your respiratory team here includes board-certified internists and family practice physicians supported by licensed respiratory-care practitioners. Our broad expertise includes asthma and COPD as well as pneumonia, smoking-related conditions, and inflammatory lung disease..

Rehabilitation and education

Rehabilitation and education are essential to your recovery; we’re committed to helping you achieve the best possible quality of life. Thomasville Medical Center provides supervised exercise instruction, training for daily life activities, energy conservation techniques, breathing retraining, speech language therapy, stress management and dietary counseling. Our educational resources include printed materials, videos, hands-on training with respiratory equipment, and smoking cessation. Asthma and COPD education is offered to the public free of charge.

Willie Wheezer Asthma Center

Thomasville Medical Center Foundation hosts the annual Willie Wheezer Asthma Summer Day Camp for children age 7 to age 12. The camp provides an environment for children to experience outdoor adventure and to grow physically and mentally while increasing their ability to manage asthma. Learn more.

For more information about respiratory services, call 336-476-2578.

For information on pulmonary rehabilitation, call 336-475-2539.

For more information about the Willie Wheezer summer asthma camp, call 336-476-2881