pulmonologist

A heart bypass procedure and a lung transplant performed within the same incision is not an easy task, but for Felix Baltazar it was necessary

By Chayil Champion • July 27, 2022

Angela Tofilau shares how UCLA Health saved her life and helped revive her family's joy

By Chayil Champion • June 24, 2022

The procedure, approved by the FDA in 2018, is less risky and less invasive than older techniques

By uclahealth • November 30, 2021

Read to find out how COVID-19 affects people with existing respiratory illnesses

By uclahealth • December 7, 2020

UCLA Health pulmonologist recommends ways to stay safe and healthy during fire season and the pandemic

By Alana Prisco • September 15, 2020

Dr perry schall was my primary care physician at the Cleveland clinic. He knew exactly how to treat on symptoms of on coming asthma. I wasn’t sure about the coughing spasms I was having. He tried one treatment but didn’t give up on me and sent me directly to a [...]

By Lizb • October 22, 2018

In Oct. of 2017, I had a dual lung transplant at UCLA/ Ronald Reagen Medical Center

By 4Pritch • August 16, 2018

In the past two decades, doctors have noticed a significant increase in the number of children and adults with allergies. How can that be? We are more informed than ever about the importance of good hygiene. We make sure our kids wash their hands. We carry hand sanitizer everywhere [...]

By uclahealth • March 31, 2016

My story is about my favorite pulmonologist at UCLA, his name is Dr. David Ross. He has been my doctor for many years and treated my pulmonary hypertension. To me he goes above and beyond for his patients. He actually listens to his patients and share their highs and lows. [...]

By i_am_bee2012 • March 29, 2016

HypoGal Shares Information about Disability Insurance, Sheehan’s Syndrome and Relapsing Polychondritis (R.P.) HypoGal, My Story My Story; most of my life I have never considered what the words, “chronically ill” or “living with a disability” meant until I began HypoGal. I had related the words,” chronically ill” and [...]

By hypogal • March 3, 2016