Pediatric Gastroenterology Clinic
The Pediatric Gastroenterology Clinic at the University of Florida sees patients on a daily basis with a wide range of symptoms and disease processes. We take referrals from pediatricians all over Florida and surrounding states for abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, inflammatory bowel disease, and many other digestive issues. New patients are seen until the age of 21. Our clinic is located in the Shands Medical Plaza at 2000 SW Archer Rd in Gainesville, FL.
Pediatric Hepatology Clinic
The Pediatric Hepatology Clinic at the University of Florida sees patients with liver- related symptoms on Wednesday mornings s and every other Monday afternoon. This clinic with liver dysfunction, established liver disease, as well as liver transplant patients. At each transplant clinic visit the patient will meet with a nutritionist, social worker, and transplant coordinator. This clinic is also located at the Shands Medical Plaza.
Feeding Aversion Clinic
The Feeding Aversion Clinic is a multi-disciplinary clinic, held once a month within the division of Gastroenterology to help coordinate the care of children with feeding difficulties. At each visit a gastroenterologist, psychologist, speech and language pathologist, and dietician are available to address feeding concerns. This clinic is also at the Medical Plaza.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic (IBD)
The IBD Clinic is a multi-disciplinary clinic, held every Thursday, within the division of Gastroenterology to help coordinate the care of children with Crohn Disease or Ulcerative Colitis. At each visit a gastroenterologist, psychologist, social worker, and dietician are available to address health concerns associated the IBD. This clinic is also at the Medical Plaza.