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.

Map of Enrich Sites
  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)
  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

= Northwestern University (Data Coordinating Center)

Number of Patients Enrolled in ENRICH-US

Goal: 1,200 Patients





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