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Our pediatric gastroenterology team is recognized as a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal or digestive system disorders.  We provide exceptional medical care to our pediatric patients for gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders.

Preparing for your child's visit

A few days before

  • Talk with your child about the appointment a few days beforehand. This can help reduce their apprehension and stress.
  • You will be contacted by our department to make sure we have your child's medical records, including labs, and any results from previous tests or procedures.

The day of the appointment

Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment and bring:

  • Insurance cards
  • Completed copy of new patient form (PDF)
  • Referral paperwork
  • Authorization forms from insurance company (may be required).
  • Co-pay at the time of service and/or co-insurance
  • Name, address and phone number of referring physician
  • A copy of your child's medical records
  • List of all medications child is currently taking - including over the counter medications. It is important that you provide us with the name, dosage, frequency, and the prescribing physician's name.
  • The name and location of your preferred pharmacy
  • Medical records from previously seen physicians

Conditions we treat

Abdominal pain Hirschsprungs disease
Acid reflux Inflammatory bowel disease
Celiac disease Irritable bowel disease
Colitis Jaundice
Constipation Nausea
Crohn's disease Pancreatic problems
Esophageal motility disorders Peptic ulcer diseases
Fecal incontinence Psuedu-obstruction
Gallbladder disease Swallowing disorder
Gastroparesis Vomiting

Tests and procedures

Breath hydrogen test Flexible Sigmoidscopy
Colonoscopy pH/Impedance probe study
Esophageal dilation Rectal suction biopsy
Esophageal procedures Snare polypectomy

Last modified: Oct 17, 2013

Medical Office BuildingMake an appointment

Please give at least 48 hours notice.

Our locations
• Appointments:
Third floor, Medical Office Building
• Procedures:
Main floor of The University of Kansas Hospital
Lab testing:
First floor, Medical Office Building

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