Why Miami Valley Hospital?
Miami Valley Hospital Respiratory Care provides a broad range of therapies and services using a combination of advanced technology and experienced clinical staff. Individualized Pulmonary Rehabilitation Services are offered to improve muscle strength and endurance so you can better perform daily activities.
Coordinated Critical Care
Patients in the Emergency Department Trauma Center, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and any other critical care area may use the services of the Respiratory Care team.
Respiratory therapists are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week in all clinical areas of the hospital.
Pulmonary function testing is offered by appointment Monday through Friday for inpatients and outpatients. Pulmonary stress testing is by appointment.
Miami Valley Hospital uses advanced aerosol delivery methods and ventilation strategies for patients with lung injury or pulmonary disease.
Advanced Technology to Help You Breathe
Respiratory care technology improves constantly, adding new advances and methods to improve your quality of life. We bring these advanced care technologies to patients and help them breathe more freely.
Advances you’ll find in our facilities include:
- Technically advanced mechanical ventilators and innovative ventilator management
- Advanced medication delivery devices
- Airway clearance devices featuring high-frequency, chest-wall-oscillation or vest therapy
- Non-invasive ventilators including BiPAP and CPAP machines
You do not have to drive far for advanced respiratory care. We are located all around the Dayton region making it easy for you to get the care you need.
Our critical care programs support patients with nationally-recognized pulmonary management. Our respiratory therapists are highly trained to provide support, education, and treatment to improve patients’ breathing.
Collaborative Teams of Physicians and Respiratory Therapists
Physicians and experienced respiratory therapists work together at our respiratory care centers to provide patients with the right treatment at the right time. Some or our respiratory therapists are also registered pulmonary function technologists or neonatal-pediatric specialists.
Content Updated: August 26, 2015