The Colorectal Center at Primary Children's Hospital is one of the few places in the western United States providing care for children and adolescents with anorectal malformations, Hirschsprung’s disease, and other issues related to bowel function such as, severe constipation and fecal incontinence.

What Sets Us Apart

Coordinated Multidisciplinary Care

At the Colorectal Center, we coordinate patient care with a comprehensive, multidisciplinary team. Your child's care is coordinated every step of the way by experts who know your child and their treatment plan. Our team approach includes: 

  • Urology
  • Gynecology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Gastroenterology 
  • Cardiology
  • Child Life
  • Social Work
  • Would and Stoma Therapy 
  • Nurse Practioners
  • Nutrition 

National Recognition & Accreditation 

Primary Children's Hospital is nationally-ranked as a top children's hospital by U.S. News & World Report in nine specialties, including GI and GI surgery, where we are ranked 29th in the nation.

Research and Evidence-Based Care

Research plays a vital role in offering innovative care. We are a founding member of the Pediatric Colorectal and Pelvic Learning Consortium (PCPLC). The mission of the PCPLC is to improve the care of patients with anorectal malformations, Hirschsprung's disease, pelvic anomalies, intestinal dysmotility and fecal incontinence. 

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Colorectal Programs

Learn more about our Colorectal Center programs, including CHARM, bowel management and motility  disorders.
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Care Team

The Colorectal Center Team is made up of many care professionals whose focus and responsibility is to work with families to ensure the health and success of a child's surgical outcomes and success in bowel care. Meet the doctors, nurses, and other team members you'll get to know during your care.

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Research and News

Our team is committed to staying at the forefront of treatment and research.
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Resources

Learn more about the resources available to children with colorectal conditions and their families.