The Thoracic Surgery Clinic at UWMC offers a comprehensive approach to the treatment of lung, esophageal and other chest cancers. The clinic’s surgeons and medical and radiation specialists focus on treating locally advanced cancers through advanced surgical techniques and using the latest research and procedures, including minimally-invasive approaches to surgery.
- Lung Cancer
- Lung Nodules
- Esophageal Cancer
- Tracheal Cancer
- Thymic Cancer
- Chest Wall Cancer
- Pleural Effusions
- Tracheal Stenosis
- End Stage Lung Disease
- Collapsed Lung
- Airway problems
- Chest wall deformities (pectus excavatum)
- Lung transplant
- Lung Biopsy
- Lung Resection
- Chest Wall Resection
- Tracheal Resection/Reconstruction
- Lung Transplant
- Pectus Repair
- PleurX Catheter
- Esophageal Stenting
- Airway Stenting
- Robotic Surgery
- VATS (video assisted thoracoscopic surgery)
- Lung Volume Reduction (LRVS)
Forms to Bring
New Patient Health History Form
Medication History -- (Spanish version also available)
- Insurance card or current medical coupon. You may not be seen without proper authorization from your primary care physician where needed or a current medical coupon when required.
- Relevant medical records with you or ask your referring physician to mail or fax them to us.
Address: UWMC Surgical Specialties Center, Box 356165 1959 NE Pacific Street, Seattle WA 98195.
- FAX (206) 598-6705.
- Plan to arrive at the UWMC Surgical Specialties Center about 20 minutes before your first appointment to complete registration and check-in.
- Some of our patients have complex problems causing us to run behind schedule. Please allow two hours for your clinic visit.
- The UWMC Surgical Specialties Center has a teaching mission in addition to patient care. You may be seen by a medical student and/or resident as well as the attending physician.
- Patients who receive outpatient services at the University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC) receive two bills:
- One bill from the physician or other provider (for the costs of his or her professional services).
- One bill from the hospital (for costs, i.e. building, equipment, supplies, staff time).
- Each of these bills may incur a co-payment or co-insurance responsibility for the patient.
- The exact dollar amount of the co-insurance or co-payment that will be required to pay to the hospital and the physician will depend upon the actual services provided to you during your first visit and the coverage provided by your insurance.
- Fees for not-medically necessary and/ or cosmetic services remain the individual patient’s responsibility and will be collected at the time services are rendered.
For information about facility fees and hospital-billing, please visit our
facility fee FAQs.
To fax documents, please use the clinic fax number: 206.598.6608