The Center for Advanced Digestive Care at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian is one of the nation’s leading multidisciplinary centers for the diagnosis and treatment of digestive diseases.
We treat all aspects of digestive disease in adults, adolescents and children, drawing on our expertise, advanced therapies and pioneering research to deliver comprehensive and personalized care.
At the CADC, a full range of world-class specialists – including gastroenterologists and hepatologists as well as colorectal, bariatric, hepatobiliary, cardiothoracic, and transplantation surgeons – team up to treat patients and conduct research to find new and better therapies.
The CADC also supports a robust number of clinical trials run Weill Cornell Medicine physicians and researchers, giving patients access to new and innovative treatments that may not be available at other institutions.
Our physicians are supported by highly skilled nurses and patient navigators, who guide patients and their family members through each step of diagnosis, treatment and recovery. The center also offers several other supportive services, including genetic counseling, nutritional guidance, educational events and support groups.
The CADC also supports the care of specific digestive disorders and treatments through its member centers. They are:
- The Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health
- The Jill Roberts Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- The Center for Study of Hepatitis C
- The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Center for Colon and Rectal Surgery
- The Center for Advanced Digestive Care, Pancreas Program
- The Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation
For more information or to make an appointment, contact us today.
The Center for Advanced Digestive Care provides comprehensive, multidisciplinary, coordinated care - which means we take an interdepartmental team approach to treating digestive disease. Specialists across all clinical areas share ideas and develop a comprehensive treatment plan for every patient. Your appointments, diagnostic tests and care are all carefully coordinated by our specially trained clinical program coordinators and patient navigators.
No. The Center treats the full range of digestive disorders and conditions, and offers services from routine colonoscopies to complex surgical procedures. Our clinicians apply the latest medical and surgical therapies, research and technologies to treat these diseases.
Yes. In addition to adult care, the Center for Advanced Digestive Care provides services to children with digestive disorders primarily through The Phyllis & David Komansky Center for Children's Health, one of the nation's leading centers for the diagnosis and treatment of childhood diseases. Pediatric and adult specialists routinely collaborate on patient cases as dictated by the individual patient care plans. Click here for more information on our pediatric services.
Transition Care is a program to help pediatric patients initiate a pathway to self-sufficiency and assist them in taking charge of their condition as they move from pediatric care to adult digestive care. We facilitate adjustment to the new environment of adult care, introduce them to new physicians, and help them understand the critical importance of keeping up-to-date with therapies and appointments. This process begins in adolescence (around the age of 12) and continues through the teen years and into young adulthood (through age 18).
Your digestive care -- physician appointments, diagnostic testing and treatment therapies -- is in one convenient location, all coordinated by clinical program specialists who take you step-by-step through the care process from diagnosis to treatment and recovery.
Yes. The Center offers complete diagnostic testing and treatment therapies for all digestive disorders.
We will use information from all previous tests whenever possible. However, in cases where diagnostic information is not conclusive, we may need to repeat certain tests or conduct additional tests that use more advanced technologies to provide more accurate data and guide your customized care plan.
We do not require a physician referral to see a Center specialist. However, keep in mind that your insurance company may require you to have a physician referral in order for you to receive benefits. If you are unsure, call your insurance carrier for clarification.
The Center accepts most major health insurance plans. Insurance acceptance is on a physician-by-physician basis. Please contact the Center for Advanced Digestive Care at 1-877-902-2232 (1-877-902-CADC) to find a physician on your plan for your condition. Check with your insurance carrier regarding out-of-network benefits, should they apply.
Yes, the Center treats patients covered by both Medicare and Medicaid. Individual physician profiles list the coverage accepted. Call 1-877-902-2232 (1-877-902-CADC) to find a physician.
All of our doctors, together with their clinical expertise, publications, research and insurance accepted, are listed on our website. Click to see the complete list of our digestive specialists.
Appointment availability varies by physician. However, we make every effort to schedule timely diagnostic procedures and appointments.
Yes. Our Patient Navigators are available to assist you with scheduling as many procedures or doctor visits in one day as possible.
- Your insurance identification card
- A referral from your Primary Care Physician, if your insurance company requires it
- If you have had any prior tests or scans, please bring both the scan (usually available on a CD) and the associated reports.
Yes, the Center offers colonoscopy screening. To find a physician call 1-877-902-2232 (1-877-902-CADC).
Yes. Because many digestive diseases have a familial tendency, we offer genetic testing to assess risk and provide counseling to help patients cope with the results of genetic tests. Improved understanding of genetics allows us to offer earlier intervention and more targeted therapies.
Yes. We believe strongly in the important role nutrition plays in prevention and treatment of digestive conditions. Our nutrition team directs patients toward a sound diet and appropriate nutritional therapies.
The Center for Advanced Digestive Care, in conjunction with NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, has many ongoing clinical trials to treat digestive disorders.