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The Boston Children’s Pancreatic Disorders Program is dedicated to providing exceptional and compassionate care to every child we treat. We believe in a patient-centered approach to care and utilize a team of experts — gastroenterologists, therapeutic endoscopists, surgeons, radiologists, geneticists, endocrinologists, pain specialists, pathologists, social workers, and dietitians — to effectively manage and treat pancreatic disorders in children.

Three young girls embrace and pose for the camera

Meet Allyson, Maddy, and Caiya

These best friends met at Boston Children’s Hospital while being treated for the same pancreatitis diagnosis. The girls also share the same doctor — Dr. Amit Grover — and have named themselves “Team Grover.” Learn more about the trio and how they got to meet up this summer for a week of fun.

Recognition of excellence

When managing your child’s care, you want the best.

Part of one of the best children's hospitals in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report, our team of specialists has decades of collective expertise in the area of pancreatic disorders. We proudly and compassionately share this expertise with each and every child we care for.

Boston Children’s Hospital Pancreatic Disorders Program is recognized by the National Pancreatic Foundation (NPF) as a leader in the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatic disorders for children.

NPF Centers focus on multidisciplinary treatment of pancreatitis by treating the “whole patient” with a focus on the best possible outcomes and an improved quality of life. Boston Children’s is one-of-two pediatric hospitals nationwide to receive this honor.