Texas Pulmonary Providers in the News:

9/30/20 - North Texas mom beats COVID-19 while pregnant and on a ventilator for 13 days

9/23/20-9/29/20 Fort Worth Weekly Best of 2020 issue: Dr. Razack is the Critic's Choice Frontline Doctor

9/2/20 - PBR Be Cowboy

7/14/20 - 23-Year-Old With COVID-19 on Ventilator for 41 Days Discharged From Texas Hospital

7/2/20 - Robotic Detection of Lung Cancer at Texas Health Fort Worth

6/30/20 - Angels at the Bedside

6/24/20 - Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is the first hospital in North Texas to use a new robotic-assisted technology to biopsy potential lung cancer tumors earlier than traditional treatments allow.

6/24/20 - Dennis Heerwagon Credits Health Care “Angels” With Saving His Life

6/22/20 - A doctor called upon a priest to make a plasma donation. The patient says it saved his life.

6/13/20 - How PGA Tour is honoring true heroes in the coronavirus battle

5/29/20 - What You Need to Know About RT-PCR and Antigen Testing for COVID-19

5/18/20 - COVID Toe, Blood Clots And More Possible Symptoms Of COVID-19 (Texas Health Fort Worth)

4/22/20 - 'God was at work': Man released from Fort Worth hospital after 23-day battle with COVID-19

3/27/20 - Medical Doctor Answers Questions about COVID-19

Response to COVID-19

As you are aware we are in a pandemic of a new virus which has been devastating to many populations across the globe. Our goal is your safety and health as we try to balance healthcare needs with the need for social distancing.  For the next few weeks we will be starting to reduce clinic visits until such time as the pandemic winds down enough to resume a normal schedule.

If you are ill, call first. Patients with fever of 99 or higher should NOT come to the office.

We will review potential follow up visits and new patients to see what the best method is to attend to your pulmonary needs.  Some routine follow ups we may ask to reschedule. Some other visits may be asked to participate in Telemedicine conference with your physician or other provider. Some new patient visits may also be rescheduled. Most decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.  We will try to see urgent new patients in as safe a manner as possible. Hopefully we can overcome the crisis with minimal disruption.

You can call if you have questions but our office staff will be reaching out to you soon as your appointment comes up. 

We will check your temperature when you come to the office but if you do have a fever DO NOT come to the office.  We will also ask you to bring only 1 person with you if you need assistance.

The local health departments and the CDC have frequent bulletins on their websites for any other COVID-19 questions.

Websites: https://www.tarrantcounty.com/en/public-health.html



While you're staying safe at home, communicate with our office via our patient portal. If you need an invitation to the portal, send an email to portalsupport@texaspulmonary.com with the patient's name and date of birth.

** Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Information **

Specialists in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine

Our providers are dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized health care for our patients. By creating an ongoing personal relationship with our patients, our practice is able to provide you with a health-oriented means of communication throughout your lifetime.

Utilizing the latest advances in medicine combined with state-of-the-art techniques, our goal is to treat our patients with comfort and compassion.

To learn more about the services we provide, please call us today to schedule an appointment.

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