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Does HHS help people with Black Lung disease?

Black Lung Clinics provide services to active and retired coal miners with respiratory and pulmonary impairments. Among the services are:

  • diagnosis
  • treatment
  • rehabilitation

Facilities are located in 11 states:

ARIZONA
Canyon Lands Community Health Center

Page, AZ 86040


COLORADO
National Jewish Health

Denver, CO 80206-2761



ILLINOIS
University of Illinois
Chicago, IL 60612-4305


KENTUCKY
Muhlenberg Community Hospital

Greenville, Kentucky 42345

Mountain Comprehensive Health Corp.
Whitesburg, KY 41858-7425


NEW MEXICO
Miner’s Colfax Medical Center

Raton, NM  87740


OHIO
Ohio Department of Health

Columbus, OH 43266-0588


PENNSYLVANIA
Alveoli Corporation

Canonsburg, PA  15317

Altoona Regional Health System
Altoona, PA 16601

Centerville Clinic, Inc.
Fredericktown, PA  15333


TENNESSEE
Community Health of East Tennessee

Jacksboro, TN  37757


VIRGINIA
St. Charles Health Council, Inc

Pennington Gap, VA 24277-2037


WEST VIRGINIA
WV Dept. of Health and Human Resources

Charleston, WV  25301-3716
 

West Virginia Primary Care Association, Inc.
Charleston, WV 25314


WYOMING
Northwest Community Action Programs of Wyoming

Worland, WY  82401


 

For more information on the HHS/HRSA Black Lung Clinics Program, see 
http://www.hrsa.gov/gethealthcare/conditions/blacklung/

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Content last reviewed on September 9, 2014