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What is a Hepatologist?

Updated on October 30, 2014

A Hepatologist also known as a liver specialist who

specializes in diagnosing and treating

conditions or disorders the affect the liver and the related areas .

Usually a Gastroenterologist works with the Hepatologist

because the digestive system works in conjuction with the liver.

What does the Hepatologist Physician Treat?

They can treat patients with various conditions such


  • Hepatitis
  • Liver disease
  • Pancreatitis
  • Liver cancer
  • Jaundice
  • Enzyme deficiencies
  • Cirrhosis of the liver
  • and much more.

What certifications are needed for a Hepatologist?

  • To become a Hepatologist you must complete 4 years of undergraduate
    education, along with 4 years of medical school, and 3-8 years of internship
    and residency training.
  • Students will also complete clinical rotations in major medical discipline.
  • Hepatologists then complete a fellowship in hepatology where they learn about variety of
    conditions and treatments.
  • All states require licensing and graduating from an accredited medical school and passing a license examination.
  • Many Hepatologists become board certified from the American Board of Internal Medicine, they must also complete continual education on a regular basis to maintain their license and certification and stay up to date on advancement.

What is the possible salary of a Hepatologists?

Hepatologists are generally paid an average of $235,000 a year,

however, location and employer, experience an education

will can change salary pay.

A great video on Hepatology Nurse Practioner

Who do Hepatologist's Treat?

Hepatologists examine patients and

perform many diagnostic tests such as:

  • biopsies
  • ultrasounds
  • and endoscopies.

They provide treatment

options to the patient that will best treat the condition

or illness. Some Hepatologist conduct and research

studies, to gain a better understanding for organs

and develop new treatment options.

Hepatologist is a great career in this medical profession.

Please see my other researches on the Health career profession as well as my other articles on health, nutrition, hair and skin care, and recipes.

God Bless You and have a Wonderful day!



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