– How to Locate a HealthCare Practitioner in Your Area Who is familiar with Celiac &
  Gluten-Related Disorders
Leading Celiac Research Centers
– Other Medical Centers Offering Care For Celiac Patients
– How to Locate a Gastroenterologist in Your Area
– Additional Resources for Celiac Kids/Teens & Their Parents, College Students
– In Case of Natural Disaster
– Preparing for a Hospital Stay
– Heading to the Dentist, read this!
and more helpful tips


To Locate a Healthcare Practitioner who is familiar with Celiac/Gluten-Related Disorders, click HERE. (Helpful resource provided by the Celiac Disease Foundation).
Leading Celiac Research Centers
Center for Celiac Disease
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Boston, MA  02215
phone: 617-667-1272


MassGeneral Hospital for Children – Center for Celiac Research & Treatment
Yawkey Center for Outpatient Care
55 Fruit Street, Suite 6B
Boston, MA 02114
phone: 617-726-8705
University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
Chicago, IL  60637
phone: 773-702-7593
Download FREE e-book (Jump Start Your Gluten-Free Diet) HERE


Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University Medical Center
New York, NY 10032
phone: 212-305-5590 (Dr. Green)

Other Medical Centers Offering Care for Celiac Patients:



The Mayo Clinic – Scottdale
Scottsdale, AZ  85259
phone: 480-301-8000



Celiac Sprue Research Foundation
Palo Alto, CA 94306
phone: 650-251-9865
The Celiac Disease Clinic at Rady’s Children’s Hospital
San Diego, CA 92123
phone: 858-966-4003


Children’s Hospital
Gastroenterology Dept.
Los Angeles, CA   90027
phone: 323-361-7336


Stanford Celiac Sprue Management Clinic
Stanford, CA  94305
phone: 650-723-6961



Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children (Pediatric GI Division)
Wilmington, DE



The Mayo Clinic – Jacksonville
Jacksonville, FL  32224
phone: 904-953-2000



Rush University Medical CenterAdult Celiac Disease Program
Section of Gastroenterology & Nutrition
Chicago, IL 60612
phone: 312-942-8570



Celiac Disease Clinic, Celiac Disease and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center
University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
Iowa City, IA  52242
phone: 800-777-8442, 319-384-8442



Children’s Hospital Boston
Celiac Disease Program and Support Group
Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition
Boston, MA  02215
phone: 617-355.2127



The Mayo Clinic, Celiac Disease Clinic
Rochester, MN 55905
phone:  507-284-2511


New Jersey

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
The Pediatric Celiac Center
Englewood NJ 07631
phone: 201-894-3690


The Kogan Celiac Center
St. Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center
Livingston, NJ  07039
phone: 888-724-7123


New York

Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity Center
Stony Brook Children’s
East Setauket, NY 11733
phone: 631-444-8115
fax: 631-444-6045
For appointments, call (631) 444-KIDS



Allegheny Center for Digestive Health/Multi-Disciplinary Celiac Sprue Clinic
Pittsburgh, PA  15212
phone: 412-359-8956


The Celiac Center at Paoli Hospital
Paoli, PA  19301
phone: 484-565-1000


Center for Celiac Disease at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA
phone:  215-590-3076


Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, PA 19107
phone: 800-533-3669



The Celiac Center at University of Tennessee Medical Center
Knoxville, TN  37920
phone: 877-882-2737



Celiac Group at University of Virginia Health System, Digestive Center of Excellence
Charlottesville, VA  22908
phone: 434-243-9309



Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Bonnie Mechanic Celiac Disease Clinic
Wauwautosa, WI  53226
phone: 877-607-5280, 414-607-5280


(Note: the above is not a comprehensive list, and there are certainly other medical institutions available offering celiac support, let us know if you are aware of one in your area)

How To Find A Gastroenterologist In Your Area:

American Gastroenterologist Association:

AGA’s GI Locator Service:

North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (NASPGHAN)



Resources for Celiac KIDS & Parents

– Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University’s Kids Corner

Boston Children’s Hospital

Going Back to School Gluten-Free 

Creating a 504 Plan for Your Gluten-Free Child (from CD; from National Foundation for Celiac Awareness & from American Celiac Disease Alliance

 – (April 2016) Transition from Childhood to Adulthood in Coeliac (Celiac) Disease: The Prague Consensus Report


College-bound Students/20-somethings

Millennials Making Their Way

Wondering if you can get glutened from a kiss, read this!

Gluten-Free College Survival Kit from NCA, National Celiac Association


Miscellaneous articles regarding colleges catering to their GF students:

University of Alabama

Drake, Des Moines

University of Connecticut

Furman University (So. Carolina)

Syracuse University

Reviews of Colleges offering GF options from Gluten Free Travel Site:


Other Helpful Information:


In Case of Natural Disaster: Your Celiac-Friendly Disaster Supply kit” 

Tips for a Safe Hospital Stay

Heading to the Dentist, read this!

Does the Americans With Disabilities Act cover people with Celiac Disease? 

Tax Deduction Information

Information on Filing for Social Security Disability Benefits

Thinking about donating Gluten-Free food to Food Banks?