The University of Chicago Medicine is home to one of the most comprehensive programs geared toward the treatment and management of pancreatic and biliary diseases, including disorders of the liver, bile ducts, gallbladder and pancreas.
The program is staffed by physicians across the care spectrum, including general surgeons who specialize in the treatment of these challenging diseases. Whenever a patient comes to the University of Chicago Medicine for treatment, this team convenes to coordinate and craft the treatment plan, based on the patient’s individual needs.
When surgery is required, our experienced surgeons offer a wide range of treatment options for theses conditions, including:
- Whipple procedures
- Liver resections
- Bile duct reconstructions
Such advanced and complicated surgery requires the considerable expertise that our specially trained surgeons provide to their patients in a personalized and compassionate manner.