Our internationally recognized team of experts in NYU Langone’s Liver Care and Transplant Program works together to provide state-of-the-art diagnosis, advanced treatment, and care for individuals who have liver disease.
As part of the program, our liver specialists—called hepatologists—collaborate closely with our liver surgeons, liver transplant surgeons, interventional radiologists, medical oncologists, nutritionists, and other specialists to ensure that you receive the very best in personalized, advanced care, which is provided in a coordinated and compassionate manner. Our experts also work closely with specialists from NYU Langone’s Perlmutter Cancer Center for people who need treatment for liver cancer.
The term liver disease refers to a number of conditions that can include:
People who have liver disease need highly specialized, coordinated, and personalized care. Our NYU Langone liver specialists offer the most advanced diagnostic tests and endoscopic and surgical procedures, including:
In addition to these tests and procedures, we offer advanced medical therapies for all liver conditions.
For patients in need of a liver transplant, our transplant hepatologists, transplant surgeons, and other specialists at NYU Langone's Transplant Institute provide care from initial referral through treatment and recovery.
Our modern facilities include state-of-the-art testing sites, dedicated inpatient surgical and intensive care units, and outpatient physician offices.
Our liver experts provide cutting-edge clinical trials involving screening, prevention, and treatment for people with cirrhosis, hepatitis, liver cancer, and other liver conditions.
These research efforts not only offer investigative new treatment options for our patients, but also contribute to advancements in science that will lead to improved treatment and care for future patients.
Our internationally recognized team of liver specialists works together to provide state-of-the-art diagnosis, advanced treatment, and compassionate care for people who have liver disease.