Intestinal Transplant Transplant Services
(650) 498-7878
Intestinal Transplant Clinic
Boswell Clinic, A160
300 Pasteur Drive
Stanford, CA 94305

The Stanford Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Program offers advanced treatment strategies for patients with gastrointestinal dysfunction due to short bowel syndrome (or “short gut”). At Stanford Hospital & Clinics, we provide personalized medical, nutrition and surgical therapies to improve intestinal function and meet the lifestyle needs of each patient. We treat patients with the following conditions:

  • Frequent infections or serious complications from total parenteral nutrition
  • Short bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, malabsorption syndrome, intestinal failure, Celiac disease and motility disorders
  • Partial small bowel obstruction, surgical shortening due to cancer or trauma, damage from radiation therapy or superior mesenteric artery or vein thrombosis

Intestinal Transplant at Stanford

Collaborative ApproachCollaborative Approach. Our multidisciplinary team includes transplant surgeons, gastroenterologists, hepatologists, nutritionists and a full support team of patient-care specialists.

Pioneering ResearchSurgical Expertise. Stanford surgeons have performed over 40 pediatric and adult intestinal transplants and more than 800 adult liver transplants, exceeding national outcomes.

Surgical ExpertisePioneering Research. Transplant immunology and clinical immunosuppression studies at Stanford have led to innovative new approaches, including desensitization and stem cell developments.

Program Information

brochureRead more about the Stanford Intestinal Rehabilitation and Transplant Program and small-bowel specialists in our brochure.

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