UF Health surgeons provide quality, innovative care to patients with pancreatic, liver and biliary diseases.
We offer the latest in surgical care for both benign diseases and cancer, including laparoscopic procedures for patients who are candidates for minimally invasive surgery, as well as personalized care and treatments to optimize each patient’s outcomes, and emphasize coordinated care to streamline clinic visits and hospital procedures. As part of our mission, investigative treatments are available for appropriate patients as we strive to continually improve patient care and outcomes. UF Health pancreatic and liver surgeons work closely with gastroenterologists and other specialists from the University of Florida Health Gastrointestinal (GI) Oncology Center to provide a comprehensive, compassionate and multidisciplinary approach to caring for patients diagnosed with cancers of the digestive organs.
UF Health pancreatic surgeons care for:
- Acute pancreatitis
- Bile duct cancer
- Bile duct injuries and strictures
- Chronic pancreatitis
- Duodenal/ampullary cancer
- Gall bladder cancer
- Liver disease and cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
In 2016, the National Pancreas Foundation named University of Florida Health among its first group of National Pancreas Foundation (NPF) Centers for excellence in pancreatic cancer treatment. For patients with pancreatic cancer and other pancreatic diseases, there can be inconsistencies in the level of care they receive. The NPF Center designation emphasizes high-quality, multidisciplinary care approaches.
UF Health pancreatic and liver surgeons care for patients from throughout Florida and the nation. Up-to-date volume and outcome data is openly provided during consultation.