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Download the Summer 2011 issue of PEARL, a publication of the Pancreatic Studies Office in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh. 

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See the 2011 Gastroenterology Annual Report.


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UPMC Digestive Disorders Center

The Digestive Disorders Center (DDC) in Pittsburgh, Pa., is a convenient point of access to the full range of digestive health care services available at UPMC.

Digestive Conditions We Treat

DDC doctors and other medical staff have expertise in:

Collaborative, Quality Care

Our integrated approach to diagnosing and treating gastrointestinal diseases means high-quality, coordinated care for you. 

Our doctors:

  • Coordinate all aspects of your testing and treatment.
  • Communicate with your referring physician, providing a seamless continuum of care.
  • Make direct referrals to UPMC’s digestive health centers of excellence, if you have a severe or complicated digestive disease and require a more specialized team of health care experts.

UPMC Digestive Disorders Center
UPMC Presbyterian, Third Floor
200 Lothrop St.
Pittsburgh, PA  15213-2582
1-866-4GASTRO (442-7876)



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