Pediatric Pulmonology

Care for Children with Breathing and Lung Problems

Make an Appointment
The patient has been seen by a Duke provider for pediatric pulmonology care within the last three years or you need to reschedule an appointment.

or call


If your child has shortness of breath, wheezing, chronic cough, or another condition that affects breathing, they may have a respiratory or lung condition that needs treatment. Our pediatric pulmonologists work with you and your child to find the source of their health problem and the best way to treat it. We have experience with both routine and complex cases and care for children with a range of conditions, from asthma to cystic fibrosis (CF).

Find a Pediatric Pulmonology Doctor
Matching Results
Filter Results
Filter by:
Use My Current Location
Located Near You
Loading Results
Showing of Doctors
Load More View All

Comprehensive Pediatric Pulmonology Care

A Lifetime of Care
Our pediatric pulmonologists have extensive experience treating infants, children, and young adults with conditions including complicated respiratory infections such as recurrent pneumonia, breathing problems linked to sleep disorders, cystic fibrosis, and others. As your child grows, we can help them make the transition to adult care. The transition from pediatric to adult cystic fibrosis specialists begins around the age of 16. 

Our Locations

Duke Health offers locations throughout the Triangle. Find one near you.

A Team Approach 
You and your child will meet with a team of experts including doctors, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, physical therapists, and social workers. Depending on their condition, they may also receive care from our experts in pediatric sleep disorders, pediatric CF, and others. If your child needs care outside of pediatric pulmonology, we collaborate with Duke pediatric specialists in gastroenterology, cardiology, neurology, genetics, behavioral health, and other areas so your child achieves the best outcome possible.

toy phone
New Patient Appointment

Why Choose Duke

Leaders in Our Field
Duke is a designated American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Center and is active in developing and evaluating new therapies for the treatment of asthma. We have the expertise to measure lung function in infants and pre-school age children, which is unavailable at many other pediatric centers. 

Access to Clinical Trials
Your child may be eligible to participate in our ongoing clinical trials, which provide access to therapies that are not widely available. 

Best Children's Hospital in NC

Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center is proud to be nationally ranked in 10 pediatric specialties.

This page was medically reviewed on 02/10/2021