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  • Caring and Professional Staff

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  • Comprehensive Clinical Evaluation

    PFT, EKG, Chest X-ray, Oxygen Levels
    and more...
  • Support Groups
    Better Breathers Club

  • Ask our Doctors about Clinical Research Programs

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Welcome to our practice

Charlotte Lung and Health Center provides healthcare services to adults with acute or chronic respiratory illness.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for all the patients we treat.
Our team of professionals provide the highest quality of care with compassion and a personal touch.
We focus on the most fundamental need of breath and value the importance that lung health bring to life.


New Patient:

To save you time when you come to our office.
Download our New Patient Packet here

If you are transferring your records from another physician’s office please do so as soon as possible so Dr. Spangenthal will have access to your prior medical records. You can send a request to your former physician to have your records mailed or faxed to our office.


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  • Copays are due at time of service.
  • Insurance Card and Valid Photo ID.
  • Pharmacy Information (name and phone number is sufficient).
  • Medication List or bring your medications.
  • X-rays or CT scan pertinent to your visit.
  • Medical records pertinent to your visit.


Hospital and Affiliates

Charlotte Lung And Health is a Privately Owned medical office. But to expand care to our patients, our Doctors work with some area hospitals. Call our office for a list of hospital affiliates.



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