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The Esophageal and Airway Treatment (EAT) Center at Boston Children's Hospital cares for infants, children and young adults with esophageal and airway problems.
Patients and their families come to Boston Children’s Hospital from all over the world for treatments they can’t receive anywhere else. For our team, these very rare esophageal conditions are not rare at all. Our doctors have the knowledge and skill only time and experience can provide.
Our treatments are the most effective surgical approaches in the world, helping children with airway and esophageal problems to eventually eat and breathe normally. Our goal is to help each and every child achieve a healthy esophagus and airway.
Our program specializes in testing and treating:
Learn more about the conditions we treat.
Boston Children’s Esophageal and Airway Treatment Center is world renowned for our:
Hundreds of letters recognize outstanding nurses for Salute to Nurses 2016
The Boston Globe
The annual “Salute to Nurses” honors
who have touched the many
lives of patients in a special way.
This year, 30 individual nurses
nominated by patients and their families -
including one nurse,
Dori Gallagher, RN,
from the Department of Surgery,
from Boston Children's families.
To make an appointment or speak with a member of our team, please call 617-355-3038.
For families residing outside of the United States, please call Boston Children's International Health Services at +01-617-355-5209.
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