Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition
Now Offering Virtual Visits
Life seems very different during these challenging times, but Washington University Department of Pediatrics is here to care for your child’s needs, just as we’ve always been. With virtual visits, you can see your doctor without a visit to the office. Our staff will walk you through every step of the process. Learn more: https://physicians.wustl.edu/for-patients/virtual-visits/
The health of our patients and staff is our top priority. During the COVID-19 pandemic, here is what we are doing to keep everyone safe during your office visit:
- We require all patients and visitors over 2 years old to wear a mask.
- Each patient may have two visitors accompany them.
- You will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 when you arrive for your appointment. You may be asked to reschedule if symptoms are present.
- Practice social distancing and stay at least 6 feet apart from others when possible.
- If you have a MyChart account, please complete the online check-in and payment before your visit.
Please read this letter from The Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Washington University and St. Louis Children's Hospital regarding the precautions we're taking.
The Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Washington University and St. Louis Children's Hospital provides comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents with gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic and nutritional disorders. Its full-time staff is supported by extensive experience in diagnostic and therapeutic services, and special training.
The Division also has well-funded and vibrant basic and translational research programs. The Division also oversees an NIDDK-funded T32 fellowship program designed to educate and equip outstanding young physicians for academic careers in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. The Division's goal is to combine a sound understanding of the principles of clinical pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition with the pursuit of excellence in fundamental research so that fellows become outstanding consultants, teachers, and independent researchers.
Provide high-quality, comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents with common and complex gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic and nutritional disorders.
Enhance our understanding of these disorders through basic and clinical research programs. Train pediatric gastroenterologists who will fulfill these missions.
Educate community physicians, families, pediatric house staff, and medical students about gastrointestinal disorders