The new facility, in Suite 1600 of the Lavin Family Pavilion, 259 E. Erie St., offers the latest in gastro-intestinal technology. File photo
Drs. Stephen Hanauer and Scott Strong recently celebrated the grand opening of the new state-of-the-art digestive health center at Northwestern Medicine's Lavin Family Pavilion in Chicago.
The new facility, in Suite 1600 of the Lavin Family Pavilion, 259 E. Erie St., offers the latest in gastro-intestinal technology, as well as advanced research capabilities, clinical services, nutrition education and counseling as part of the site's patient-care experience. Research conducted at the center centers around the prevention and treatment of digestive disorders such as colon, pancreatic and esophageal cancers; ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease; celiac disease; food allergies and sensitivities; and diseases of the esophagus or liver. The grand opening of the DHC was sponsored by the Digestive Health Foundation that raises critical funds to support DHC physician scientists in their research and education to improve patient quality of life.
Parking is available within the Lavin Building via Ontario or Erie streets; valet parking is also available.
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