Clarivet Torres, MD Gastroenterologist



Clarivet Torres, MD, is an internationally recognized expert in short bowel, intestinal rehabilitation, and liver/small bowel transplant rehabilitation. Dr. Torres treats patients from around the country who require the expertise of a multidisciplinary pediatric intestinal rehabilitation program.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, 2001
    Creighton University School of Medicine
  • Residency Program, 1986
    Colegio Mayor De Nuestra Senora Del Rosario
  • MD, 1981
    Colegio Mayor/Nuestra Senora del Rosario
Patient Stories

Patient Stories: Clarivet Torres

Patient story

Marisol's Story

"Keep your head up and keep the faith- you're in good hands."

Evi's Story

"Every child, every life matters, and Dr. Bear is working to save them all."

Patient story

Jacob's Story

"Jacob is now five years old and his liver has completely regenerated itself. He goes to preschool, has friends, wears a backpack, and is the comedian of his class."

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Treatment of Intestinal Failure

(2005) Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery

Chronic Complications of Short Bowel Syndrome

(2006) Current Paediatrics

Chronic Complications of Short Bowel Syndrome

(2006) Current Paediatrics

Functional liver recovery parallels autologous gut salvage in short bowel syndrome

(2004) Journal of Pediatric Surgery

Initial Experience Using Rapamycin Immunosuppression in Pediatric iIntestinal Transplant Recipients

(2002) Transplantation Proceedings

Quality of Life after Pediatric Intestinal Transplantation The Perception of Pediatric Recipients and Their Parents

(2004) American Journal of Transplantation

Role of an Intestinal Rehabilitation Program in the Treatment of Advance Intestinal Failure

(2007) Journal of Pediatriac Gastroenterology and Nutrition

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Maddie's Story

"Right now, you are probably dealing with lots of mixed emotions. I can tell you that the staff in the NICU is amazing, and that you should rely on them as often as possible."

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