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At the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, we create treatment plans that are effective, evidenced-based (based on successful research), compassionate and safe. Our team of specialists are committed to helping your child or teen achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life. We are focused on the discovery and integration of new knowledge into the care of children and adolescents with IBD.
Here are some reasons why our patients choose us for their care:
If you are considering a second opinion, please discuss this with your primary gastroenterologist and ask for a referral. We can assist with confirming your child’s diagnosis and discuss treatment options. Our multidisciplinary team will work with you to meet your child’s needs.
For more information about our second opinion process, please contact:
Kelly Boyer – IBD Intake Coordinator513-636-8160 513-636-7805 (f)firstname.lastname@example.org
Our physicians are partnered with a Registered
Nurse who has vast experience in managing the care of children and adolescents
with inflammatory bowel disease. This unique relationship provides patients and
families with a primary nurse to assist in navigating the chronic illness
team includes a psychologist with expertise in chronic illness and the specific
stressors patients, parents and families may encounter. Meeting with the
psychologist during times of stress or transition improves coping skills and
increases quality of life.
Our Masters-prepared social worker provides patients and parents with support and
guidance in dealing with school and work issues as well as identifying
resources that are helpful in managing a chronic illness. Our social worker
works closely with our adolescents to develop skills necessary for successful
transition to adult care.
and nutrition can often be impacted by inflammatory bowel disease. Our team
consists of registered dieticians who understand how the disease effects
absorption of calories and nutrients and who work with patients individually to
meet the needs of growing children.
IBD Center has a staff of experienced research coordinators who work directly with
researchers, patients and families to identify research opportunities in which
patients may want to participate.
Our team is comprised of specialists with a wide variety of backgrounds and areas of focus, including surgeons and psychologists.
Your gift to the IBD Center will support the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition. It will be processed in a completely secure environment.
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