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Doctors & Care Team

Many physicians are able to evaluate and treat Hepatitis C, including primary care providers, infectious disease physicians, gastroenterologist and hepatologists. Speak to your primary care physician to refer you to a physician who is a Hepatitis C specialist.

For patients who have had signs of liver failure in the past, including ascites (enlarged, fluid filled abdomen) and hepatic encephalopathy (confusion from liver disease), you should see a hepatologist for Hepatitis C and liver care. Liver transplantation may be possible if chronic Hepatitis C leads to liver failure.

Temple is a leader in hepatitis C care through the Liver Disease Program

Temple Physicians

Physicians who are employed by or contracted with Temple University, Fox Chase Cancer Center Medical Group, Inc., or Temple Physicians, Inc.

Temple Non-Physician Providers

Non-physician providers who are employed by or contracted with Temple University, Fox Chase Medical Group, Inc., Temple Physicians, Inc., or a Temple University Health System member hospital.

Private Practice Physicians

Private practice physicians who have privileges to treat patients at a Temple University Health System member hospital and are not employed by any Temple entity.