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Esophageal and Lung Surgery Services at UPMC Horizon

The UPMC Horizon Esophageal and Lung Surgery Center offers comprehensive treatment and surgical care for diseases of the lung and esophagus. The institute is led by Joseph J. Wizorek, MD, a board certified cardiothoracic surgeon who specializes in the treatment of both malignant and benign conditions, and is the surgical director of the UPMC Horizon Lung Center.

The surgeons of the UPMC Horizon Esophageal and Lung Surgery Center are part of the UPMC Esophageal and Lung Surgery Institute (ELSI).  Led by James D. Luketich, MD, a renowned esophageal and thoracic surgeon, UPMC’s program is among the largest and most experienced thoracic surgical practices in the country.

At the UPMC Horizon Esophageal and Lung Surgery Center, our thoracic surgeons are experts in new minimally invasive technology that significantly reduces the risks associated with traditional open surgical procedures.

We offer high-quality surgical treatment for:

Additional services may be offered at other UPMC locations by ELSI experts.

Learn more about the UPMC Esophageal and Lung Surgery Institute »

Contact Us

UPMC Horizon Lung Center
350 Sharon-New Castle Road
Farrell, PA 16121

Phone: 855-786-LUNG or
724-342-1530

Greenville Medical
Center – UPMC

90 Shenango St., Suite 11
Greenville, PA 16125

Phone: 855-786-LUNG (5864)

Jameson Health System
1211 Wilmington Ave.
New Castle, PA 16105

Phone: 724-656-4221

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