Reinventing healthcare one patient at a time

Lung cancer accounts for more deaths than any other cancer in both men and women.

Early screening and diagnosis is essential for treatment and survival. Ellis' new Lung Cancer Screening program uses low dose CT exams and electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy to detect lung cancer earlier, producing greater treatment outcomes for patients.

Complete the short survey below to see if you should have a lung cancer screening.

Are you between the ages of 50-74?

Are you currently smoking or have you quit within the past 15 years?

Do you have a family history of lung cancer?

Have you smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for at least 30 years?

Do you have a history of any chronic lung diseases?

Do you have a personal history of cancer?

Have you been exposed to Radon?

Have you worked as a miner, a firefighter or been an active member of the military in combat?

Have you been exposed to any known lung carcinogens? (i.e. asbestos, arsenic, diesel fumes, coal smoke, soot, etc.)

Have you been exposed to extended periods of second hand smoke?

Do you have a primary care doctor?