» Liver Disease and Transplant Program
A Program Designed Just for Kids
The Pediatric Liver Disease and Transplant Program at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan, part of the Detroit Medical Center, provides a continuum of care for children and teens with liver disease. From expert evaluation and medical management of liver disease to living-donor and deceased-donor liver transplantation, the Children’s Hospital of Michigan is metropolitan Detroit’s leader in pediatric liver disease care. The Gastroenterology program at the Children's Hospital of Michigan at the Detroit Medical Center is ranked among America's best in U.S. News Media Group's 2015-16 Best Children’s Hospitals survey.
Pediatric hepatologists and transplant surgeons on the medical staff at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan treat
children and teens with every type of liver disease, including: autoimmune hepatitis
, biliary atresia
, metabolic liver disease and end stage liver disease, acute liver failure and hepatitis A, B and C.
Physicians and surgeons on the medical staff of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Pediatric Liver Disease and Transplant Program have provided medical management to hundreds of children with liver disease and have extensive experience performing liver transplants.
While surgical procedures are performed at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, outpatient consultations and follow-up care are offered at many convenient locations including Bloomfield Hills, Canton, Clinton Township, Detroit, and Southfield.
For further information or to schedule an appointment call (313) 745-KIDS or toll-free at (888)
362-2500 or select from the following:
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