By the Numbers

* "By the Numbers" data for January 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022, in line with the last U.S. News and World Report Survey 

  • Performed more than 500 endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatographies (ERCPs)
  • More than 300 patients being served in our Inflammatory Bowel Disease program
  • In the past 3 years we have coordinated care with 9 transplant centers in St. Louis Children‘s, UPMC-Pittsburgh, UCLA, Cincinnati Children's, Nebraska, Dallas, Miami, UAMS, Indiana University
  • Percent of Crohn‘s patients in clinical remission (reported 78.7% vs. national average of 82.2%)
  • Percent of Crohn‘s patients in sustained remission (reported 72.6% vs. national average of 61.37%)
Endocrinology outcomes graphic.

Awards and Achievements

  • Actively increasing our involvement in research with 7 current studies in process. 3 studies pending IRB approval. 4 studies pending submission.

Gastroenterology Service Chief

Megan Butler, M.D."I take care of children with gastrointestinal and liver problems and enjoy working at ACH because I can work with a multidisciplinary team of experts to help deliver the best care possible."

Megan W. Butler, M.D.
Pediatric gastroenterologist, Arkansas Children’s Hospital 
Interim chief of pediatric gastroenterology 
Associate professor of pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

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