Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine
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Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

Delivering cutting-edge research, patient care and education

Understanding & Managing Lung Disease

The U-M Medical School Department of Internal Medicine Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is committed to caring for critically ill patients and patients with lung disease. This requires not only that we provide the best possible care, but that we convey these skills to trainees and develop novel approaches to understanding and managing these diseases through basic science, clinical and outcomes research.


Learn more about the groundbreaking research, training and patient care in the Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine.


Our programs are conducted by recognized educators who aim to equip trainees with the skills they need to become experts in the field.


NIH grant funding for research within the division allows us to have a comprehensive investigative portfolio with specific areas of emphasis.


See a list of the faculty who guide our clinical, research and educational programs on the path to excellence.

Patient Care

We offer exceptional patient care in a variety of pulmonary disorders and serve as a regional referral center for both inpatient and outpatient evaluation.


Your gift can help our physicians provide the highest-quality care while contributing to major advances in patient care, research and education.

Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Internal Website

Resources and information for current Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine faculty, staff and learners.

Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Intranet
Empowering Well-Being & DEI

The Department of Internal Medicine Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is committed to creating and cultivating a diverse and inclusive community that provides our faculty, learners, and staff with the opportunities and support they need to thrive.

Learn more about our DEI efforts
CME Courses

View a list of upcoming Continuing Medical Education (CME) opportunities available through the Department of Internal Medicine.

Welcome From the Chair

Welcome to the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.

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