Celiac Centers and Labs
Please note that many of the websites listed below contain valuable information designed to increase the understanding of celiac disease, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and management. They may be valuable resources worthy of exploration even if the facilities themselves lie outside of your home region.
University of Alabama Medicine’s Digestive Health Center (Birmingham)
UAB Medicine’s celiac disease center is the only one in Alabama and the Deep South. It combines expert physician care with innovative clinical and translational research, including studies of non-dietary therapies. We see patients with both confirmed and suspected celiac diagnoses, as well as those who are resistant to treatment or with refractory sprue. Extensive dietitian support helps manage complications such as vitamin and mineral deficiencies, osteoporosis, and infertility.
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Phoenix Children’s Celiac Disease Clinic (Phoenix)
Phoenix Children’s is the only hospital in Arizona to offer a dedicated celiac disease clinic for children and teens. Our pediatric gastroenterologist and registered pediatric dietitian both have celiac disease and are passionate about helping kids adapt to a gluten-free lifestyle and live life to the fullest. They see about 450 children with celiac disease every year.
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Stanford Healthcare Celiac Disease Program (San Francisco)
Stanford Health Care offers the only center in Northern California with a team of experts whose sole focus is caring for patients with celiac disease. The multidisciplinary team focuses on accurate diagnosis, nutrition support and ongoing care with a focus on customized treatment plans that take into account unique needs and preferences. Stanford offers celiac disease programs for both adults and children.
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University of California Los Angeles Celiac Disease Program (Los Angeles)
The UCLA Celiac Disease Program is dedicated to providing high quality care for patients with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The program takes a multidisciplinary approach to the management of gluten-related conditions and aims to advance the medical community’s understanding of celiac disease through clinical expertise, education and research.
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University of California San Diego Health—Celiac Disease Clinic (San Diego)
The team at the UC San Diego Health System Celiac Disease Clinic provides treatment for those with celiac disease and works with patients to develop a comprehensive and personalized nutritional plan focused on restoring health and managing symptoms.
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Children’s Hospital Colorado Center for Celiac Disease (Aurora)
The Colorado Center for Celiac Disease offers comprehensive assessment, treatment and/or consultation for those diagnosed with or wondering if they might have celiac disease or a gluten-related disorder. The Center is the first of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region.
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Connecticut GI (Hartford)
In 2020 CTGI’s center of excellence in celiac disease received recognition from the Society for the Study of Celiac Disease (SSCD) as a quality leader in the diagnosis, research, and treatment of celiac disease. Connecticut GI demonstrates a commitment to delivering quality celiac disease diagnosis and treatment as reflected in its unit policies, credentialing, staff training and competency assessment, and quality improvement activities.
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Celiac Center at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children (Orlando)
At the Celiac Center at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, your family has access to state-of-the-art diagnoses and treatment methods to better manage your child’s condition. And because the disease can be genetic, care is designed for the whole family. That includes working around your family’s busy schedule and hosting monthly celiac clinics.
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Advocate Children’s Hospital Celiac Center (Chicago)
The Advocate Children’s Hospital Celiac Center is the only comprehensive center in northwest Chicago dedicated to the treatment of celiac disease. The Center provides full service medical care using a patient and family-centered approach and offers individualized nutrition counseling on all details of the gluten-free diet. The Center provides community outreach by offering many events and activities throughout the year, including a gluten-free Halloween open house, and by partnering with local restaurants, support groups and schools.
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University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center (Chicago)
The University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center provides comprehensive patient and professional education, expert diagnosis and treatment for both children and adults, as well as clinical research and advocacy in the area of celiac disease.
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Celiac Disease Program at Riley Hospital for Children (Indianapolis)
When your child has celiac disease, a lot can change as your child adjusts to a lifelong gluten-free diet. The experts at the Celiac Disease Program at Riley at IU Health are here to help you understand this condition and navigate your child’s path to health.
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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Celiac Center, Harvard Medical School (Boston)
Patients benefit from direct access to state-of-the-art knowledge on the latest advances in celiac disease research through the Celiac Center’s leading researchers, with a focus on novel non-dietary treatments.
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Boston Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Program (Boston)
Expertise in diagnosing and helping families manage celiac disease with a gluten-free lifestyle. Program inlcudes online resources, take home DVDs and an instructive comic book, “Amy Goes Gluten-Free: A Young Person’s Guide to Celiac Disease.”
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Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Celiac Research (Boston)
The Center for Celiac Research at Massachusetts General Hospital, formerly located at the University of Maryland, offers comprehensive clinical care, long-term support, and education for both adults and children with celiac disease. The Center is also engaged in extensive clinical and scientific research in celiac disease.
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The M Health Fairview Celiac Disease Care Team (Minneapolis)
The M Health Fairview Celiac Disease Care Team includes medical experts and support staff who specialize in the diagnosis and management of celiac disease. The goal of our multidisciplinary team is to provide optimal individual treatment, improve quality of life, and provide superior care for people with celiac disease.
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Mayo Clinic (Rochester)
The Mayo Clinic in Minnesota has been recognized as the best Gastroenterology & GI Surgery hospital in the nation for 2015-16 by U.S. News & World Report. At the Mayo Clinic, specialists from different medical specialties work together to diagnose and develop treatment plans for adults and children with celiac disease.
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Celiac Disease Program at Children’s Mercy Kansas City (Kansas City)
The Celiac Disease Program at Children’s Mercy provides comprehensive care for children with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The program diagnoses approximately 150 children with the disease each year, and because it is a lifelong condition, follows them every year until they transition to adult care.
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Celiac Diagnostic Center at Atlantic Gastroenterology Associates (Atlantic City)
Living with celiac disease may not be simple, but finding the best health care in Southern New Jersey is now easy. The Celiac Diagnostic Center at Atlantic Gastroenterology Associates in Egg Harbor Township is the first center of its kind in the region devoted entirely to the diagnosis and management of celiac disease.
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Saint Barnabas Health Care System—Kogan Celiac Center (Livingston)
The Kogan Celiac Center, located at the Saint Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center, offers comprehensive testing and treatment for celiac disease for adults and children. The Center is dedicated to providing expert services that include early assessment and diagnosis, treatment, nutritional counseling, support groups and education to improve the health and well being of those who live with celiac disease.
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Columbia University Celiac Disease Center (New York City)
Provides comprehensive medical care to both adults and pediatric patients with celiac disease. This center seeks to redefine the future of celiac disease and treatment on an ongoing basis, through continuing advances in research, patient care, and physician and public education.
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Cleveland Clinic’s Celiac Disease Program (Cleveland)
At Cleveland Clinic’s Celiac Disease Program, our digestive disease experts provide compassionate and individualized care for celiac patients including diagnosis, diet changes, treatment plans and more.
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Nationwide Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Center (Columbus)
Nationwide’s Celiac Disease Center offers a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and management of celiac disease. The team includes gastroenterologists, endocrinologists, pathologists, pharmacists, dietitians, nurse practioners, nurses and social workers all working together to provide accurate and timely diagnosis, education and ongoing care.
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Allegheny Center for Digestive Health Celiac Center
The Allegheny Center for Digestive Health Celiac Center offers the area’s only multidisciplinary center for the comprehensive management of celiac disease. The team includes a gastroenterologist, a physician with a specialty in nutrition, a celiac dietitian, a psychologist, and a representative from the local celiac disease support group, all working together to provide a comprehensive evaluation and thorough education about this disease.
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Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center for Celiac Disease (Philadelphia)
The Center for Celiac Disease at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the largest of its kind in the United States. The multidisciplinary team collaborates to give your child expert care, from initial testing and diagnosis through long-term disease management and includes a philosophy of caring for the entire family.
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Jefferson University Hospital Celiac Center (Philadelphia)
The Jefferson Celiac Center is Philadelphia’s first adult center with a multidisciplinary approach to celiac disease. Specialists of the Jefferson Celiac Center have a long history of excellence in the diagnosis and management of celiac disease as well as extensive experience in research and helping patients manage this lifelong condition.
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Paoli Hospital Celiac Center (Philadelphia)
The Celiac Center at Paoli Hospital is the first in the Philadelphia suburbs dedicated to helping those with celiac disease to manage and embrace the gluten-free lifestyle. In addition to a multidisciplinary team of experts, Paoli Hospital received G.R.E.A.T. (Gluten-free Resource Education and Awareness) certifiication from the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, ensuring the proper serving of gluten-free foods to both patients and guests of Paoli Hospital.
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Celiac Disease Program at Hasbro Children’s Hospital (Providence)
Research suggests that celiac disease affects more than one out of every 133 people in the general population. The Celiac Disease Program at Hasbro Children’s Hospital offers information on various aspects of celiac disease and helps parents and caregivers of children diagnosed with celiac disease better manage this life-long condition.
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Vanderbilt Celiac Disease Clinic (Nashville)
Vanderbilt’s Celiac Disease Clinic is the only dedicated celiac clinic in the Southeast. Treating celiac disease involves much more than avoiding gluten; celiac disease, sometimes called celiac sprue, can affect your body’s nutrition, the health of your bones, your risk for other autoimmune diseases, your mental health and more. The team at this clinic can help manage the many aspects of this chronic illness with their comprehensive care for patients with celiac disease.
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Pediatric and Childhood Celiac Disease Program at Children’s Health (Dallas)
At Children’s Health, we offer options for living gluten-free, as well as education and resources to eliminate your child’s symptoms and help your child thrive. Our Childhood Celiac Disease Program is the only pediatric medically-based option in the region, offering you expertise and assistance for managing your child’s chronic condition.
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The Celiac Program at Texas Children’s Hospital (Houston)
The Celiac Program at Texas Children’s Hospital uses a multi-focal approach to optimize the care of patients with celiac disease. Visits include expert consultation, focused dietitian visit(s), diagnostic and endoscopic imaging, and pathology services.
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The Celiac Disease Center at University of Washington Medicine (Seattle)
The Celiac Disease Center seeks to provide individualized and comprehensive care to those with celiac disease as well as other small bowel disorders.
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Seattle Children’s Celiac Disease Program (Seattle)
Founded in 2017, Seattle Children’s Celiac Disease Program is the first formal program in the Pacific Northwest. The program offers a celiac support group that meets 4 times a year in Seattle, as well as twice a month celiac clinics and teaching sessions.
Seattle Children’s Celiac Disease Program
Celiac Disease Program at Children’s National (Washington D.C.)
Children’s National Hospital is helping to improve the way pediatric celiac disease is diagnosed and treated. Working in partnership with concerned members of our community, our Celiac Disease Program and Multidisciplinary Celiac Disease Clinic bring together a team of expert physicians, nurses, nutritional consultants and psychologists dedicated to developing a national model for detecting and treating celiac disease in children.
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Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin—Bonnie Lynn Mechanic Celiac Disease Clinic (Milwaukee)
The Bonnie Lynn Mechanic Celiac Disease Clinic offers a team consisting of a pediatric gastroenterologist, nurse and dietitian in the region’s only independent health care system dedicated solely to the health and well being of children.
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Quest Diagnostics is able to provide all necessary testing for celiac disease and the medical conditions that may accompany it. They also offer testing to help support a diagnosis of non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The Quest website is a robust source of information to assist with the diagnosis and management of celiac disease.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science, with more than 50,000 employees in 50 countries. They help customers accelerate life sciences research, solve complex analytical challenges, improve patient diagnostics and increase laboratory productivity. Through their premier brands – Thermo Scientific, Applied Biosystems, Invitrogen, Fisher Scientific and Unity Lab Services – Thermo Fisher offers an unmatched combination of innovative technologies, purchasing convenience and comprehensive support.
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