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Megan Campbell, NP, is a nurse practitioner at UW Health. She cares for adult patients with all types and stages of liver disease.
Megan treats conditions such as pancreatitis (inflamed pancreas), gallbladder disorders, fibrosis (scarred tissue), cirrhosis (late-stage liver disease with extensive scarring) and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). For patients with alcohol-related liver disease, Megan and her team provide care that includes social services, education and other resources to help patients achieve and maintain healthy lifestyles after treatment.
As part of a multispecialty team, she provides pre-transplant evaluation as well as medical care and support before and after organ transplant surgery. Megan ensures that patients have all the information and support they need, from admission through hospitalization, recovery and follow-up care.
I encourage patients receiving liver transplants to take an active role in their care. I let them know that we’re here to help at every turn.
Education & credentials
- Regis University, Denver, CO