Dr. Mark W. Lischner specializes in critical care medicine, pulmonary disease, as well as sleep medicine. Dr. Lischner's career began in the U.S. Navy, where he served as a pulmonary specialist for several years. He currently works as a physician with the Pulmonary Medicine Associates in Roseville, California and is affiliated with the Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Sutter Independent Physicians. Dr. Lischner is also affiliated with Mercy San Juan Hospital, Mercy Folsom Hospital and Kindred.
In his over 40 years of experience, Dr. Lischner has contributed to a number of papers, articles and studies. His areas of research have focused on asbestosis, asthma, interstitial fibrosis and sarcoidosis, among other topics.
Main Specialty: Pulmonology
Other Interests & Specialties: Pulmonology, internal medicine, critical care medicine, asthma, mesothelioma, asbestosis, emphysema, sarcoidosis, angiographic visualization, chest infection, pneumonia, tuberculosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Certifications, Awards & Accolades: American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in Pulmonary Disease, American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in Internal Medicine, diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, diplomat of the American Board of Pulmonary Diseases, member of the American Thoracic Society, member of the American College of Physicians, member of the American College of Chest Physicians, member of the California Thoracic Society, member of the California Medical Association, member of the Sacramento Medical Society
Education & Experience:
- Medical Degree from Yale University School of Medicine
- Residency at Emory University
- Internship at Grady Memorial Hospital
- Fellowship in Pulmonary Disease at Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Needle track implantation of tumor after percutaneous lung biopsy. Annals of Internal Medicine. August 1969;71(2):359-62.
Prevalence of respiratory symptoms in an industrial population. Diseases of the Chest. November 1966;50(5):476-86.
Tuberculosis in active duty military personnel. Military Medicine. July 1973;138(7):427-9.