Digestive Health Network

The digestive system involves many organs with different functions. When you have a complex digestive health condition, it’s important that the right experts are involved when diagnosing and treating your specific condition.

The Swedish Digestive Health Network is a group of highly trained doctors, surgeons and clinicians from all digestive health specialties who work together to treat patients with conditions in all disease stages. By having a network, we make it easy for you to get the best treatment. We figure out which specialists you need to see and make all the necessary appointments for you so you don’t have to figure it all out on your own.

We also have the latest treatments and technologies, often before they become available anywhere else in the region.

To get started, contact our digestive health nurse navigator to talk about your condition and how we can help you. 

The Digestive Health Blog

Read about digestive health topics straight from our DHN experts.

About the Digestive Health Network

Learn more about the Digestive Health Network: a group of physicians who have a dedicated interest in digestive diseases.

Swedish Digestive Health Expert Collaboration

Learn how the Swedish Digestive Health Network collaborates with experts across the entire western United States to provide the highest quality specialized care.

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