IBD

UF South Tower

Our physician led, multidisciplinary team has extensive experience and expertise in treating the most complicated Inflammatory Bowel Disease patients. These complications include refractory Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis, along with Short-Gut Syndrome and TPN dependency.  In addition to our board-certified gastroenterologists, our collaborative team includes talented specialists from multiple specialties, including Colorectal Surgery and GI imaging and Radiology. We have dedicated RN level triage nurses, a registered dietitian and a dedicated IBD Pharmacist. Our patients also benefit from other in-clinic resources such as dedicated GI Pathology physicians, Dermatologists. Rheumatologists, Hematologists, and Clinical Psychologists with expertise in dealing with inflammatory disorders.

We are committed to improving the lives of individuals suffering from inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) by providing the highest-level of personalized patient care, advancing research and discovering innovative treatment options through our numerous clinical trials. Our coordinated program brings together decades of digestive disease expertise from a wide range of clinical specialties and provides a multitude of resources not available at other institutions.

Philanthropy

  • The UF Health IBD Program needs your financial support to continue and expand our mission of IBD patient care, research, and education. Contributions are tax deductible and can be designated for specific projects, purchase of research equipment, support of research personnel, or the establishment of endowed professorships.
  • Please contact Ted F Kruljac or click here to make a gift to UF Health IBD (Fund Code 8463).