Co-Chairs & Panel Members

Carla Lamb, MD

Director of Interventional Pulmonology
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Assistant Professor, Tufts University Medical Center

Dr. Carla Lamb is Director of Interventional Pulmonary Medicine and Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship program at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts. She is a co –founder of the multidisciplinary thoracic oncology clinic at Lahey as well as one of the co-founding members of the Rescue Lung Rescue Life Steering Committee which represents the largest lung screening program currently in the U.S. outside of the NLST. The Lahey program was one of the first centers to be recognized by the American College of Chest Physicians as a Center for Excellence in Lung Screening. She has been a co-author for the ATS best practices publication for developing and implementing a lung screening program. She has co-authored peer-reviewed guidelines for sedation and analgesia in bronchoscopy, best practices for endobronchial ultrasound and transbronchial needle aspiration in the diagnosis and staging of lung cancer. She has published numerous test book chapters and peer reviewed journal articles in the bronchoscopy and interventional pulmonology. She has spoken internationally on the implementation of lung screening as well as the spectrum of procedures defined in interventional pulmonology. Dr. Lamb also participates in multi-center research to further the diagnostic technology for both benign and malignant airway and pleural diseases.

Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is an academically affiliated multispecialty group practice accountable care organization.

Program Structure

Hybrid program Decentralized ordering/centralized tracking

Program Governance Structure

Program Governance StructureMultidisciplinary steering committee
Radiation Oncology

Type of Tracking System

Commercially available LCS patient tracking database