Welcome patients, families, and providers to the ENRICH-US study

ENRICH-US stands for ENhanced Recovery In CHildren Undergoing Surgery. This study looks at how to improve recovery for pediatric patients ages 10-18 who are undergoing elective gastrointestinal procedures. ENRICH-US is a 5 year NIH (National Institutes of Health) funded study involving 18 US pediatric hospitals. This study is being led by Northwestern University in Chicago, IL.

  • 1. Seattle Children's Hospital
  • 2. Oregon Health & Science University (Doernbecher Children's Hospital)
  • 3. Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
  • 4. University of Utah (Primary Children's Hospital)
  • 5. UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (Dallas Children's Hospital)
  • 6. University of Texas HSC at Houston (Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital)
  • 7. Baylor College of Medicine (Texas Children's Hospital)
  • 8. University of Tennessee HSC (LeBonheur Children's Hospital)
Map of Enrich Sites
  • = Northwestern University (Data Coordinating Center)

  • 9. Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
  • 10. Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (Riley Children's Hospital)
  • 11. University of Florida (Shands Children's Hospital)
  • 12. Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC Children's Hospital)
  • 13. Duke University (Duke University Children's Hospital and Health Center)
  • 14. Virginia Commonwealth University (Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU)
  • 15. State University of NY at Buffalo (John R. Oishei Children's Hospital)
  • 16. Feinstein Institute for Medical Research (Cohen Children's Medical Center)
  • 17. Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
  • 18. Children's Hospital Boston

Number of Patients Enrolled in ENRICH-US

Goal: 1,200 Patients

250

Patients

21%

Enrolled

Want to learn more? Watch this overview of the ENRICH-US Study