Hepatology & Liver Disease
The Hepatology Program at UI Health offers advanced, personalized care for liver disease in the heart of Chicago and beyond from our experienced specialists. Our Hepatology experts manage and treat all types liver disease and coordinate advanced care for people with severe liver damage caused by cirrhosis, liver cancer, or other liver disorders who may be candidates for liver transplantation.
Treating Liver Disease Throughout Illinois
Convenient care is important to you, which is why it's a priority for us. The Hepatology Program at UI Health provides outpatient consultations and management and treatment of liver diseases at locations throughout Illinois — including at the Bobbie and Marvin Fink Family Liver Clinic at our main Chicago location and at outreach clinics in Naperville, Elmhurst, Peoria, Bloomington, and Rockford. Transplants and high-level inpatient care are available at our flagship facility, the Walter Payton Liver Center at the University of Illinois Hospital.
Our staff is here to walk with you during every step of liver disease treatment and make sure your needs are being met, whether those needs are medical, dietary, social, or financial. Understand that you're not alone, and our support staff will partner with you to address any needs or concerns you have along your journey to wellness.
Our Liver Disease Experts
Meet the Program Director
Dr. Sean Koppe is the director of the Hepatology Program and the medical director of the Liver Transplant Program at UI Health. Dr. Koppe's clinical practice focuses on the care and guidance of patients with cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, viral hepatitis (Hepatitis B and C), autoimmune hepatitis, and patients in need of liver transplantation.