The Pancreaticobiliary Center
The Pancreaticobiliary Center, part of the Maine Digestive Health Center, fosters collaboration between gastroenterologists, surgeons, anesthesiologists, radiologists and pathologists, creating a single infrastructure to coordinate services, improve access and optimize outcomes for all our patients.
Internationally recognized. Locally situated.
One of the foremost practices within MMC’s Digestive Health Center, the Pancreaticobiliary Center has evolved into an internationally recognized medical facility for patients with complex benign and malignant diseases of the pancreas and biliary tree.
The physicians of the Pancreaticobiliary Service have vast expertise in benign and malignant pancreatic and endocrine-pancreatic tumors, and our surgeons specialize in a variety of minimally invasive and organ preserving pancreatic surgeries. For a demanding range of conditions, our entire staff is highly experienced and well equipped to provide cutting-edge medical treatment, endoscopy and surgical procedures, and is involved in important research on advanced techniques.
High success rate. Low complication rate.
Since 2002, we’ve been utilizing this multi-disciplinary approach for our patients, usually suffering from complex cases and co-morbidities. The collaboration among our specialists allows us to break ground in new and innovative approaches, always using the most advanced technology available. Because of the comprehensive nature of our services, we have a consistently high rate of success and one of the lowest complication rates in the country.
We'll treat your patients like they are ours.
For your patients dealing with pancreaticobiliary diseases, consider a referral to the Pancreaticobiliary Service at Maine Medical Center. Our multi-disciplinary, patient-centered model of care provides the best outcomes in the field.