Lung cancer care team at The Christ Hospital Health Network

At The Christ Hospital Health Network, lung cancer care is a collaborative effort. You are at the center of our team. And revolving around you are many cancer experts who work tirelessly to help you become cancer-free.

That's why we developed the Lung Cancer Collaborative. It's a team of our doctors and administrative leaders who meet monthly to talk about lung cancer care. The team's goal is to stay on top of new developments in lung cancer screening, diagnosis and treatments. They also evaluate patient satisfaction, quality of care and clinical performance.

Even though the Lung Cancer Collaborative works behind the scenes, their efforts have a big impact on patient care. Thanks to their vigilance, when you turn to us for lung cancer care you can feel confident that your experience will be exceptional.

Outstanding doctors

From screening and diagnosis through treatment and recovery, you'll work closely with an integrated team of cancer specialists. Our network of doctors includes some of the region's top primary care physicians, radiologists, pulmonologists, medical oncologists, thoracic surgeons and radiation oncologists.

At the heart of our program is our lung cancer nurse navigator, who helps make your experience feel smooth and seamless. Our navigator helps you keep track of appointments, coordinates referrals, and organizes any support services you need. You can call her to inquire about our lung cancer services at 513-585-0690.

Meet our lung cancer care team


Primary care physicians

Our primary care physicians are on the front lines of lung cancer prevention. If you need help quitting smoking, or have symptoms like shortness of breath or a persistent cough, your primary care doctor can help. They can also provide a referral to one of our pulmonologists or other specialists.

Find a primary care doctor who is right for you.

Pulmonologists

Our pulmonologists (pulmonary disease specialists) specialize in respiratory disorders including lung cancer. They help screen high-risk patients and perform a variety of diagnostic and treatment procedures.

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Medical oncologists

Medical oncologists help treat cancer using a variety of different medicines. These include chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy.

Learn more about our medical oncologists who specialize in lung cancer:

Thoracic surgeons

Thoracic surgeons treat cancer using a variety of minimally invasive and conventional surgical procedures.

Learn more about our thoracic surgeons who specialize in lung cancer:

Radiation oncologists

Radiation oncologists treat cancer with radiation therapy. They perform the latest targeted radiation treatments, including stereotactic radiosurgery.

Learn more about our radiation oncologists who specialize in lung cancer: