After nearly four decades of dedication, compassion, and a stellar sense of humor, our beloved Dr. Cash is gracefully stepping into a well-deserved retirement.

Throughout his illustrious career, Dr. Cash has not only healed countless patients but has also been a beacon of laughter and joy in our practice. Known for his impeccable style, particularly those charming bow-ties that have become his trademark, he has taught us all that medicine is not just about treating illnesses but about uplifting spirits and bringing smiles to faces.

Dr. Cash has touched the lives of so many, patients and colleagues alike. His dedication to his craft and his patients has been truly inspiring, and his departure leaves a void that will be difficult to fill.

So, as we bid farewell to this remarkable physician, let us celebrate the incredible legacy he leaves behind. Dr. Cash’s laughter, wisdom, and yes, those fabulous bow-ties, will be dearly missed. May his retirement be filled with relaxation, adventures, and perhaps a few less early mornings!

We have made the difficult decision to close our Arlington office after 47 years of serving the Arlington community. This decision was not made lightly, and we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your loyalty and support throughout the years. The office closed to patients as of April 26th.

Patients who have an appointment scheduled in the Arlington office after April 26th should call our Fairmount office at (817) 335-5288 to coordinate an alternate appointment. 

Philips Respironics has issued a warning for patients using sleep therapy masks with magnets. Other manufacturers' masks may also use magnets. See details here.

Texas Pulmonary Providers in the Community:

4/5/2024 - Katie Blalock's story is an inspiring one - A second change at life: How a selfless organ donor saved this youn mom's life

2/26/24 - Dr. Sai Guda was interviewed by KERA News - New relief for Tarrant County patients with severe COPD/emphysema

12/8/2023 - Lung procedure helps Mansfield woman breathe without surgery

11/22/2022 - Lung cancer survivor April Boudreau went from diagnosis to cure in matter of hours, also aired on NBC Channel 5: Burleson Woman Beats Lung Cancer on Same Day She Is Diagnosed, and reported by the UK Daily Mail:  Texas grandmother, 61, beat lung cancer on the SAME DAY she was diagnosed — after doctors decided to act fast while carrying out biopsy

4/17/22 - Our own Dr. Andrew Miller was interviewed for KRLD's "The Human Side of Health Care" on the hazards of vaping -

4/11/30/21 - North Texas COVID survivor battles lingering asthmatic issuesFort Worth man with COVID-19 after effects recovers after ECMO treatment and  Meses después de contagiarse y perder a su padre por el covid-19, un hombre ahora lucha con las secuelas que le dejó el virus

11/10/21 - COVID-19 patient admitted to critical care marries fiance (Dr. Stuart McDonald and nurses made it happen!)

10/28/21 - Texas Health Fort Worth - Sharing our joy!

8/5/21 - North Texas doctor says most current COVID patients are not vaccinated

8/4/21 - A look inside Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital as patients are filling the ICU

3/2/21 - Stay Safe

2/20/21 - Our own Jonathan Ives, PA and Dr. Andrew Miller, along with Texas Health Resources nurse Courtney Foreman, BSN, received the Promise Cup award at Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital. The award is presented for upholding the mission and values of THR.Promise Cup Award Feb 2021
L-R: Jonathan Ives, PA, Courtney Foreman, BSN, Andrew L. Miller, MD

12/18/20 - Fort Worth Medical Workers Receive First COVID-19 Vaccines

12/17/20 - COVID-19 vaccine is a step back to normal life, Tarrant's first vaccination person says

9/30/20 - North Texas mom beats COVID-19 while pregnant and on a ventilator for 13 days

9/23/20-9/29/20 Fort Worth Weekly Best of 2020 issue: Dr. Razack is the Critic's Choice Frontline Doctor

9/2/20 - PBR Be Cowboy

7/14/20 - 23-Year-Old With COVID-19 on Ventilator for 41 Days Discharged From Texas Hospital

7/2/20 - Robotic Detection of Lung Cancer at Texas Health Fort Worth

6/30/20 - Angels at the Bedside

6/24/20 - Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is the first hospital in North Texas to use a new robotic-assisted technology to biopsy potential lung cancer tumors earlier than traditional treatments allow.

6/24/20 - Dennis Heerwagon Credits Health Care “Angels” With Saving His Life

6/22/20 - A doctor called upon a priest to make a plasma donation. The patient says it saved his life.

6/13/20 - How PGA Tour is honoring true heroes in the coronavirus battle

5/29/20 - What You Need to Know About RT-PCR and Antigen Testing for COVID-19

5/18/20 - COVID Toe, Blood Clots And More Possible Symptoms Of COVID-19 (Texas Health Fort Worth)

4/22/20 - 'God was at work': Man released from Fort Worth hospital after 23-day battle with COVID-19

3/27/20 - Medical Doctor Answers Questions about COVID-19

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Specialists in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine

Our providers are dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized health care for our patients. By creating an ongoing personal relationship with our patients, our practice is able to provide you with a health-oriented means of communication throughout your lifetime.

Utilizing the latest advances in medicine combined with state-of-the-art techniques, our goal is to treat our patients with comfort and compassion.

To learn more about the services we provide, please call us today to schedule an appointment.

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