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University of Pittsburgh Asthma Institute at UPMC

More than 20 million Americans have been diagnosed with asthma. If you're one of them, you can find leading-edge treatments at the Asthma Institute through UPMC’s Comprehensive Lung Center.

U.S. News and World Report's "America's Best Hospitals" has also ranked UPMC for excellence in the specialty category of pulmonology.

The Asthma Institute serves individuals in Pennsylvania, the mid-Atlantic region as well as nationally that suffer from asthma from the most mild to the most severe disease. Our team of experts in the care of asthma patients offers an integrated approach to personalized medicine, clinical trials, and cutting-edge research.

Whether you have already been diagnosed or are wondering if you have asthma, the University of Pittsburgh Asthma Institute at UPMC can help you to find out what your symptoms mean, define treatment, and reduce the impact on your daily life.

Learn more about the Asthma Institute and how we can help you.​

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Comprehensive Lung Center

To make an appointment with an asthma doctor or to refer a patient, please call:

412-648-6161 or

Asthma Institute

To learn more about asthma research or participating in a research study, visit the University of Pittsurgh Asthma Institute, or call:

412-647-9955 or


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