Lung Nodule Clinic


The CHI St. Vincent Lung Nodule Clinic provides evidence-based testing and monitoring for persons with lung (pulmonary) nodules. The clinic team reviews a person’s health history and works with the patient and referring physician to quickly diagnose the nodule, provide a personalized monitoring and treatment plan, and guide the patient throughout the entire process.

The nurse navigator assists each patient through diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care. 



Schedule an Appointment at the Lung Nodule Clinic

Referrals to CHI St. Vincent Lung Nodule Clinic are accepted from primary care providers, specialists (pulmonologists, cardiologists) and individual patients (self-referrals).



CHI St. Vincent Lung Nodule Clinic


pinpoint  5 St. Vincent Circle, Suite 501




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Frequently Asked Questions About Lung Nodules

What is a lung (pulmonary) nodule?

May 18, 2018, 16:03 PM
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A solitary lung nodule is a lung mass measuring less than 3 centimeters in diameter. These nodules most often prove to be benign (non-cancerous) tumors, however, 20 to greater than 65 percent may progress to becoming a malignant form of cancer – especially in older adults and smokers.

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