D. Kyle Hogarth, MD, is a Professor of Medicine and Director of Bronchoscopy and Interventional Pulmonary and specializes in the minimally invasive diagnosis, management, staging and treatment of lung cancer through bronchoscopy. Dr. Hogarth was the first doctor in the United States to use the Noah Galaxy — the first Image Integrated Robotic Assisted Bronchoscopy navigation system with 3-D imaging technology, Tomosynthesis, and always on vision built into a robotic scope that allows him to reach deeper into the lung than ever before to detect and/or biopsy nodules and masses. He uses endobronchial ultrasound to concomitantly biopsy lymph nodes and performs minimally invasive procedures to help patients with lung cancer.
Dr. Hogarth was the first physician in Illinois to perform Bronchoscopic Lung Volume Reduction (bLVR) for severe emphysema using both the Zephyr valve and the Spiration valve. He’s also been a pioneer in using valves to fix airleaks.
Dr. Hogarth’s expertise has been recognized by both patients and colleagues alike. In 2007 and 2011, he received the Department of Medicine’s Outstanding Junior Faculty Clinical Service Award and in 2013 and 2014 the Department of Medicine’s Outstanding Clinical Service Award. In addition to his dedication to his patients, Dr. Hogarth is committed to teaching, receiving the resident teaching award in 2020 and has been named a Distinguished Chest Educator several years in a row. Dr. Hogarth is also on several editorial boards for premier medical journals, and serves as a manuscript reviewer for multiple other journals.
Dr. Hogarth is the founder and past president of the Society for Advanced Bronchoscopy.