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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Clinic


Every other Tuesday, the gastroenterology practice at Children's Hospital Central California offers a clinic especially for our inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients.

Optimizing patient care

Designed to optimize care, the IBD clinic is dedicated to providing comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to children suffering from diseases of the digestive tract. This exclusive focus promotes specialized care with personalized services to support families as they manage the ongoing and recurring medical conditions common to most IBD patients.

Applying a multidisciplinary approach

Children's Hospital Central California pediatric specialists collaborate on every case, ensuring a high level of expertise. Our IBD clinic team members include a psychologist, a registered dietitian and the following physicians:

Dr. Anna Hunter, pediatric gastroenterologist

Dr. Clifton Huang, pediatric gastroenterologist

Dr. Stephanie Anne Jones, pediatric surgery

Our multidisciplinary team is trained and skilled in treating children with all forms of IBD, including ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. With their extensive knowledge in the various IBD treatment methods, our experts empower families to make the right choices for their child, giving all patients suffering from IBD the best chance of controlling their symptoms and enjoying life.

Offering an unsurpassed depth and breadth of services

The IBD clinic at Children's Hospital Central California provides comprehensive pediatric healthcare services tailored exclusively to the IBD patient, as well as access to cutting-edge technologies for diagnostics and treatment, including enteral therapy, state-of-the-art imaging and minimally invasive surgery. Our full array of services features home delivery of enteral nutrition through Children’s Home Care when prescribed.

To interact with professionals and families dealing with IBD, join the conversation at www.childrenshealthconnect.org.

To learn more about IBD, visit the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America website.