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Infusion Center

Connecticut Children’s Infusion Center is dedicated to providing a comfortable, family-friendly experience for infants, children and adolescents who require intravenous (IV) infusion therapy. Infusions can range from 30 minutes to eight hours, depending on the condition being treated, so our Infusion Center is designed with comfort and privacy in mind. Learn more about our Infusion Center»

Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Under the direction of Jeffrey Hyams, MD, an international pioneer and leader of advanced inflammatory bowel disease treatments, the Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) at Connecticut Children’s is the largest between Boston and New York. Learn more about Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease»

Center for Intestinal Rehabilitation

The Center for Intestinal Rehabilitation, made up of pediatric gastroenterologists, surgeons, registered dietitians, and nurses, provides comprehensive care to infants, children, adolescents and their families with complex intestinal disorders that lead to short bowel syndrome (SBS) and intestinal failure (IF). Learn more about the Center for Intestinal Rehabilitation»

Center for Pediatric Liver Disease

At the Center for Pediatric Liver Disease, a team of physicians, specialty nurses and registered dietitians provide comprehensive diagnostic evaluation for the full spectrum of acute and chronic diseases of the hepatobiliary systems in infants, children and adolescents. Learn more about the Center for Pediatric Liver Disease»

Center for Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Allergic Gastrointestinal Disorders

Connecticut Children’s Eosinophilic Esophagitis program is one of the largest in the Northeast, providing state-of-the-art care for children of all ages. Learn more about the Center for Eosinophilic Esophagitis and Allergic Gastrointestinal Disorders»

Fecal Transplantation

The Fecal Transplantation program is for children and adolescents with refractory Clostridium difficile, an infection that can occur after antibiotic exposure and causes chronic diarrhea. Pediatric patients who have failed multiple attempts at antibiotic therapy for this infection are potential candidates for fecal transplantation. Learn more about Fecal Transplantation»

Aerodigestive Program

Children with complex disorders involving the airway, respiratory and gastrointestinal systems receive comprehensive care from a multispecialty team of otolaryngologists, pulmonologists, gastroenterologists, and speech and swallow therapists. Learn more about our Aerodigestive team»


Connecticut Children’s gastroenterology team includes dedicated registered dietitians who specialize in nutrition therapy for infants, children and teenagers affected by conditions of the liver and digestive tract.  Learn more about Nutrition»




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