Biography


Dr. Sarah Streett is a Clinical Professor of Medicine, the Director of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Education at Stanford, and she is passionate about taking care of people with IBD. She is a national expert in treating complex IBD and initiated a multi-disciplinary approach to care with colorectal surgery, pediatrics, and nutrition. In 2018 she received the Champion of Hope Award from the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and serves on their National Scientific Advisory Committee. Her interests focus on fertility and pregnancy in people with IBD, developing precision approaches to IBD therapy, and the role that the microbiome and diet play in its pathogenesis. She is a primary investigator of the Stanford IBD Registry and has research projects focused on optimizing clinical outcomes in IBD, the role of the microbiota and diet in IBD and pregnancy, and applying new technologies to individualizing therapy for IBD. She is also the primary investigator on multiple industry-sponsored IBD trials.

Teaching is a top priority for Dr. Streett who feels that mentoring fellows in the development of their careers is a privilege. She has held many national leadership roles in the American Gastroenterological Association, where she has been Chair of the Practice Management and Economics Committee, and currently serves on the Government Affairs Committee. She also an appointed member of the Gastrointestinal Drug Advisory Committee at the FDA. She has represented the interests of gastroenterologists and their patients on Capitol Hill numerous times. Dr. Streett believes strongly in a collaborative approach to give patients personalized care based on the latest therapies for the treatment of IBD and is committed to mentoring the next generation of experts in the field.

Professional Summary


Professional Education
  • Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology (1997)
  • Fellowship: Stanford School of Medicine (1997)
  • Residency: Stanford School of Medicine (1994)
  • Internship: Stanford School of Medicine (1992)
  • Medical Education: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1991) MD

Honors & Awards
  • Champion of Hope, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation (2018)
  • Fellow, American Gastroenterology Association (AGAF), American Gastroenterology Association (2017)

Administrative Appointments
  • Clinical Professor, Stanford University (2021 - Present)
  • Director, IBD Education, Stanford University (2019 - Present)
  • Member, Gastrointestinal Drugs Advisory Committee, FDA (2020 - Present)
  • Member, Government Affairs Committee, American Gastroenterology Association (2018 - Present)

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Practice Locations


Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Program Redwood City, CA
Redwood City, CA

420 Broadway Street, Pavilion D, 2nd Floor

Redwood City , CA 94063

(650) 736-5555

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Digestive Health Center in Redwood City Redwood City, CA
Redwood City, CA

420 Broadway Street, Pavilion D, 2nd Floor

Redwood City , CA 94063

(650) 736-5555

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The doctors had reviewed my records, she asked me to bring addl.... so that the visit can be more complete. Very thorough, knowledgeable and helpful.
Dr. Streett is amazing. She is knowledgeable about all the available and new treatments and also together with the fellow, have thorough understanding about my medical history. On top of that, I feel genuinely listened to and cared for as an individual human being. Such an amazing clinic experience.
I love Dr. Streett I am very confident in her care.
I have seen no less than 8 GI doctors over the years. Dr. Streett & her team are the best by far! They have made me feel like I am their only patient & that they personally care about my wellbeing.
Dr. Streett ensured all m questions were answered, and prepared me well for the next few months ahead.
Incredibly kind, caring, reassuring, knowledgeable (Dr. Sarah Streett).
Dr. Streett was absolutely incredible she had extensively reviewed my entire history and took time to listen to everything I've been through. She's a fantastic doctor!
I am so thankful for Dr. Streett! I am very confident in her skills and the care she provides me. I would like to spend a little less time with the PA as I feel like I have to repeat myself when Dr. Streett arrives. She is the reason I came to Stanford GI.
Dr. Streett was so compassionate about my situation & helped me see there was hope for some type of relief or diagnosis.
I really appreciate Dr. Streett & how she treats me. I enjoyed meeting her new assistant; sorry forgot her name & title.
Dr. Streett is a kind, professional, friendly, capable physician. Bravo!
Dr. Streett is wonderful
Providers have limited time - not their fault.
Very very good.
The best care I have received in years! So friendly, kind and knowledgeable. Had researched all of my past records and was very thorough.
I was late to my appt because I went to Stanford (Blake Wilbur) Clinic and was so happy Dr. Streett still saw me as I come for Santa Cruz to see her.
Dr. Streett is excellent. I felt well cared for on this visit especially - She took more time w/me, as there was some news about my condition & some issues that needed further investigation & referred to other specially associated w/GI/pelvic.
Dr. Streett, Halsey, and Robert all have been taking good/excellent care of me and updating me on everything I need to know.
I've never had a better IBD clinic visit & I've been to a lot. Dr. Strett was so attentive & compassionate as were her staff. I felt very well taken care of & confident in my treatment plan.
I've had many GI docs over my 20+ years as a UC patient - all were good but Dr. Streett is FANTASTIC. She takes the time to go over. All my questions/concerns and stays on top of so many new developments to share. I love how she is leading the clinic & the Stanford IBD Center.
Dr. Streett and her staff are most accommodating.
I have great confidence in the knowledge and care they provide. Both Halsey (PA) and Dr. Streett are very personable, and interested in me as a patient & person.
I love Dr. Streett, very sweet & very concern to me.
Amazing level of care from everyone. New experience in quality care for me. Way, way better than Kaiser or Sutter Health.
I would trust my life to Dr. Streett.
Too many interruptions occurred during meeting with the Dr. & the NP. Incomplete health care summary results presented to the patient at checkout.
Love my GI team!
Dr. Streett was fantastic!! She exceeded my expectations.
Cancer provider showed for worries was best I've experienced.
The doctor did not show concern or care. She did not want to hear about concerns brought up and was very unsupportive. She did not acknowledge the pain being suffered and did not recognize or apologize for lack of previous follow-up. She was dismissive of suggestions.

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