Center for Liver Diseases

The UPMC Center for Liver Diseases offers a convenient point of access to a full range of liver disease treatments featuring care by hepatologists who are well known for their expertise in liver diseases.

We offer medical management of liver diease, and, if necessary, a transition of patients with a number of subspecialists, including experts in hepatobiliary and transplant surgery (via the Thomas E. Starzl Transplantation Institute), therapeutic endoscopy, pathology, and oncology.

Our world-renowned hepatologists provide cutting-edge therapies for all disorders of the liver including:

The UPMC Center for Liver Diseases is a comprehensive care center focusing on the management and treatment of a variety of liver diseases.

Whether you are being seen for complications of chronic liver disease/cirrhosis of the liver, surgical evaluation of hepatobiliary disorders, evaluation for liver transplantation, or enrollment to a clinical trial, our multidisciplinary, integrated approach to diagnosing and treating liver disorders provides patients with high-quality care in a timely and convenient manner.

The hepatologists at the Center for Liver Diseases are committed to providing excellent health care at one of our convenient outpatient locations. In addition, we now have a new specialty inpatient unit located at UPMC Montefiore for the management of all aspects of liver disease.

Hepatologists provide inpatient management and consultation for all aspects of patient testing and are responsible for communication with referring physicians to provide a seamless continuum of care.

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