If you suffer from chronic respiratory conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), emphysema, asthma, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary fibrosis, sarcoidosis and occupational or environmental lung disease, your healthcare provide may order a pulmonary test and/or recommend rehabilitation. With the goal of improving your overall wellness and quality of life, the individualized treatment plans at Grand View Health focus on disease management, breathing retraining, and strength and endurance training to:

  • Decrease the symptoms of your disease or condition
  • Increase your ability to function better in your daily life
  • Increase your ability to exercise
  • Better manage related anxiety and depression

Hours and Locations

Grand View Health has four outpatient centers conveniently located in Harleysville, Pennsburg, Quakertown and Sellersville. Each outpatient center offers a variety of primary care and specialty physician practices (i.e., OB-GYN, cardiology), as well as X-rays, lab services and more, all in one convenient location. Our list of outpatient centers provides the services and hours available, which vary by location. Each location has its own central registration desk, which is where patients should report to prior to having a test.

Preparing For Your Procedure

If tests are required following your examination, be prepared to ask your healthcare provider questions about the procedure, such as what information the test will provide, the benefits of doing the test, and the next steps to consider if the test indicates a problem.

Follow all instructions given by your healthcare provider. You may be told to not eat or drink anything for a certain amount of time before your test, stop taking certain medications, or wear loose-fitting clothing.

Scheduling a Test

To schedule an appointment for pulmonary testing or rehabilitation, call central scheduling /patient registration at 215-453-4100 or use this form to have one of our schedulers call you to schedule an appointment for your test.

Your Test Results

Your doctor will discuss your test results with you. Results are also accessible via mygvh.org, our patient portal.