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UNC Health Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine at the Oaks

At UNC Health Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine at The Oaks, we treat respiratory conditions. Our providers create care plans specific to each patient’s condition, whether it’s asthma, cancer of the respiratory system, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), cystic fibrosis, and infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia. We also treat sleep apnea and other sleep-related breathing problems.   


  • Bronchoscopy or laryngoscopy, diagnostic tests that examine the airways 
  • Inhaler therapy 
  • Lifestyle recommendations to avoid symptom triggers 
  • Medications 
  • Pulmonary function tests to check the health of the respiratory system 
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation, a program to learn breathing exercises and other techniques to improve your lung function and overall health 
  • Thoracentesis, a procedure to remove extra lung fluid and help you breathe more easily 
  • Ventilator support 

Hours and Locations

Meet Our Team

For Patients


To make an appointment, please call (910) 671-6177. Accepting new patients.

Insurance Plans

To ensure you can get the care you need, UNC Physician Network practices participate in a wide range of health plans and accepts most major insurance providers; however, it is important that you contact your insurance provider before receiving treatment to verify that you have full coverage. You should also determine your individual plan requirements regarding referrals, authorizations and co-pay/deductible amounts. View a list of our health plans accepted.


You can request prescription refills or submit questions to your physician regarding your medication by using our online patient portal. If you do not have a My UNC Chart account and you need a refill, contact your pharmacist before your supply runs out. This allows ample time for the pharmacist to obtain approval from the physician to prepare your medication. Refills are not handled after hours or on weekends. If you have any questions about your medication, or if you're experiencing difficulty taking your medications, bring it to the attention of your pharmacist and our clinic.