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2014 will represent an opportunity for many people to stop
smoking and give their lungs a breather. Dr. Lata Shah, a board-certified
pulmonologist and critical care physician with Wellmont Medical Associates Pulmonology & Sleep in Rogersville, said this is a wise
Lonesome Pine’s sleep evaluation center will contain a
four-bed diagnostic sleep lab and a sleep evaluation clinic staffed by
board-certified physicians and other caregivers who can treat patients of all
ages. One of the rooms is specially designed for patients with special needs.
Anyone who has experienced a sleepless night understands that few things in life are more frustrating than not being able to get enough rest. For people who work shifts – whether straight night shifts or alternating nights and days – getting adequate sleep is vital to staying alert, healthy and productive.
Dr. Mark Emery, a physician with Wellmont Medical Associates Pulmonology & Sleep, has begun seeing patients at the Wellmont Outpatient Campus, 316 Marketplace Blvd., Suite 20, which is next to Tri-Cities Lifestyle Center. He treats lung conditions such as asthma, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer and sleep disorders.
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