Why Choose Us
Nationally Ranked Children’s Hospitals
Both NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Komansky Children's Hospital are among the nation's leading centers for the diagnosis and treatment of childhood diseases. Both are major referral centers for complex and rare digestive disorders in infants, children, and adolescents.
Expertise in Pediatric Liver Disease
At NewYork-Presbyterian, our multidisciplinary teams have extensive experience diagnosing and treating all forms of liver disease in children using a range of different therapies, all personalized for the best results. With a world-renowned team of doctors in multiple specialties, families everywhere come to us for diagnosis, treatments, surgery and transplantations, and long-term care.
World-Class Liver Transplant Programs
NewYork-Presbyterian has one of the largest and most successful liver transplant centers in North America and the world. This is due to the dedication and expertise of our liver transplant team, the use of innovative techniques and technologies, and the application of novel immunosuppression protocols.
- New York’s largest Living Donor Transplant Program: Our patients are ten times more likely to receive a liver transplant than they are at other hospitals.
- Our surgeons have unparalleled experience and our program has one of the highest success rates and the shortest wait times for transplants in the United States.
Propelling the Field through Research
Clinical trials and research are a core part of our liver disease and transplant program in order to create scientific progress. As a result, our patients have the opportunity to receive unique treatments that aren't available elsewhere. We are also a major center for the study of treatment outcomes for liver disease treatment and liver transplantation.
Access to World-Class Pediatric Specialists
Your child's healthcare team has access to all of the various pediatric medical and surgical subspecialists who practice at NewYork-Presbyterian, ensuring that all of your child's medical needs can be addressed.