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Suffering from COPD/emphysema?
Discover a new life with the Zephyr Valve Procedure.

Have you been diagnosed with COPD, take your medications, but still have severe shortness of breath that prevents you from doing simple daily activities? Now there is a minimally-invasive treatment option that can help once medications alone are no longer controlling your symptoms well.

Zephyr Valves are clinically proven to help severe emphysema patients breathe easier, be more active, and enjoy a better quality of life.1


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If you are taking daily medications for your symptoms and still have shortness of breath and cannot do simple daily activities, call a Zephyr Valve Specialist to see if this treatment may be an option to help you.

A Zephyr Valve Treating Center can perform eligibility tests and provide treatment if you qualify. An Assessment Center can perform eligibility tests and then, if you qualify, you can visit a Zephyr Valve Treating Center to have the procedure.

Assessment Center

Confluence Health - Assessment Center

Dr. Saba Lodhi, Dr. Sean Hachey, Dr. Craig Kunz, Dr. Jonathan Stoever

25.15 Miles Away

509-401-8902 Text me the Number

A Zephyr Care Team Member will answer and assist you.

Providence Pulmonary and Sleep Clinic

Dr. Jiten D. Patel

117.51 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: Jana Jensen

509-498-3455 Text me the Number

University of Washington Medical Center

Dr. Michael Mulligan, Dr. Douglas Wood

118.35 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: Diane Lockhart, RN, BSN

206-279-6630 Text me the Number

A Zephyr Care Team Member will answer and assist you.

Virginia Mason Medical Center - Pulmonary Department

Dr. Steve Kirtland, Dr. Luke Seaburg

118.64 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: Scott Cleman, RN, Brittany Allen-Crum, Program Coordinator

206-279-9966 Text me the Number

A Zephyr Care Team Member will answer and assist you.

CHI St. Joseph Medical Center

Dr. Kurt Jensen, Dr. Navdeep Rai

121.73 Miles Away

253-617-3544 Text me the Number

Multicare Tacoma General Hospital

Dr. Abhishek Biswas

122.01 Miles Away

253-470-4189 Text me the Number

The Oregon Clinic and Providence Portland Medical Center

Dr. Rick Balestra

174.71 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: Steve Scheide

503-546-2811 Text me the Number

Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital - Legacy Medical Group

Dr. Jordan Fein

179.54 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: April Matthews

503-410-3253 Text me the Number

Oregon Lung Specialists - Peacehealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at Riverbend

Dr. Khuram Ameen

266.24 Miles Away

Program Coordinator: Brie Anderson

541-612-7924 Text me the Number

*Center requires physician referral, no self-referrals accepted

The Zephyr Valve is not another medication or surgery that requires cutting or incisions. It is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a bronchoscope to place tiny valves in your airways. Watch this video to see how the procedure works.


In the LIBERATE pivotal clinical trial, at one-year, the patients who received the Zephyr Valve experienced the following benefits compared to patients on medications alone1:

Breathe easier due to improved lung function

Could do more exercise and walk farther

Could do more daily life activities, such as walking, bathing, and gardening

Enjoyed a better quality of life with more energy

Felt more confident leaving their home


Complications of the Zephyr Endobronchial Valve treatment can include but are not limited to pneumothorax, worsening of COPD symptoms, hemoptysis, pneumonia, dyspnea and, in rare cases, death.1