Massachusetts General Hospital's Division of Gastroenterology offers the latest treatments and comprehensive, coordinated care for gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic, inflammatory bowel and diarrheal diseases as well as esophageal and swallowing disorders.
The Diagnostic and Therapeutic Gastroenterology Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers comprehensive detection, treatment and management options for patients with acute and chronic gastrointestinal conditions.
The Crohn’s and Colitis Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is one of the largest comprehensive, multidisciplinary programs in New England dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
The Hepatology Program at the Gastroenterology Division of Massachusetts General Hospital provides expert consultation and ongoing care for patients with acute and chronic liver conditions. This program includes clinics that specialize in care for patients with hepatitis B, hepatitis C, fatty liver disease, autoimmune and cholestatic liver disease, liver tumors, and genetic metabolic liver diseases.
The Pancreas and Biliary Program at the Gastroenterology Division of Massachusetts General Hospital provides patients with specialized options for the diagnosis, treatment and management of pancreatic and biliary diseases.
The Swallowing and Heartburn Program at the Gastroenterology Division of Massachusetts General Hospital provides both primary treatment and second opinion evaluations for disorders of the esophagus and stomach. This program includes a specialized clinic for patients with Barrett's esophagus.
Massachusetts General Hospital offers the most advanced colon cancer screenings and treatments available.
The Weight Center at Massachusetts General Hospital offers a complete range of services to overweight patients, from nutritional, exercise and psychological counseling to state-of-the-art medical and surgical treatment of weight disorders.
The Celiac Disease Program at Massachusetts General Hospital brings together a multidisciplinary team of experts that collaborate with patients with celiac disease to co-create health.
The Gut-2-Health Program at Massachusetts General Hospital brings together a team of gastroenterologists to diagnose, treat and conduct collaborative research with patients that have inherited and acquired diseases with a significant allergic and inflammatory component including eosinophilic esophagitis and microscopic colitis.