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Growth and Innovation: Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition is expanding and adding new ways to serve patients

Growth and Innovation: Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition is expanding and adding new ways to serve patients

The Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Division is already the busiest pediatric subspecialty service, and aims to be even more so – by becoming the only full-service Digestive Disease Center in the state outside of the New York City area. 

Golisano Children's Hospital to Launch Pediatric Liver Transplant Program

Golisano Children's Hospital to Launch Pediatric Liver Transplant Program

For the past decade, children in Upstate New York who needed a pediatric liver transplant didn’t have any local options. With no nearby providers, this meant long car trips or plane rides to New York City or centers in other states to get the care they needed — not only for the surgery itself, but also for the majority of the required follow-up visits and treatment.

Specialized Support: Nutrition Clinic Guides Families Through Long-Term Challenges

Specialized Support: Nutrition Clinic Guides Families Through Long-Term Challenges

Michael makes a trip to the doctor’s office at least once a month to see a specialized group of caregivers — the Pediatric Advanced Nutrition Support (PANS) team — who work to address the many nutritional challenges he faces.

The Doctor Is In

The Doctor Is In

On January 1, we welcomed Golisano Children’s Hospital’s new physician-in-chief to Rochester. Patrick Brophy, M.D., who previously served as Director of Pediatric Nephrology at University of Iowa Health Care, is the 8th Chair of the Department of Pediatrics. We spoke with him shortly after his arrival.

Susan Hyman Recognized for Innovation in Autism and IDD Care

Susan Hyman Recognized for Innovation in Autism and IDD Care

Pediatricians. Neurologists. Psychiatrists. Treating children with autism requires input from many specialists who are often scattered across the area. At URMC’s innovative William and Mildred Levine Autism Clinic, they all work under one roof — and that’s only one part of the groundbreaking approach fostered by Susan Hyman, M.D.