Read about the symptoms and causes of common lung conditions.

Tests, Procedures & Treatments


Find out more about tests, procedures and treatments for lung conditions.


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Discover how to manage your lung condition and recover well.

Respiratory Services

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We're dedicated to helping our respiratory patients lead longer, healthier lives.

St Vincent's Hospital Sydney are recognised leaders in the provision of respiratory diagnostic and treatment services, including lung transplantation.

Our team of highly trained and experienced healthcare professionals will support you, every step of the way, throughout your lung disease journey.

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Getting to St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney

390 Victoria Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Tel: 02 8382 1111
Fax: 02 9332 4142

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program

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St Vincent's Hospital has a well established Pulmonary Rehabilitation program that helps people with mild, moderate or severe lung disease to:
  • Manage breathlessness
  • Have a better understanding of their lung condition
  • Manage and reduce flare ups
  • Feel better - emotionally and physically
  • Reduce hospital admissions
  • Become more confident
  • Improve exercise tolerance

Pulmonary Rehab Event Dates

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