The Center for Liver, Pancreas and Biliary Diseases at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center is dedicated to prevention of hardship from endstage illness and cancer of these organ systems. Owing to over a dozen years as a liver transplant and hepatopancreatobiliary surgeon, the center’s founder, Andrew de la Torre, MD, has treated the sickest patients afflicted with diseases of the liver, pancreas and biliary. During that time, he became alarmingly aware of the lack of resources applied toward prevention and early diagnosis of illnesses of these systems as well disparities in access to healthcare among patients with less financial resources. Through grant funding from the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, using multilingual audio-computer survey interview and touch screen technology, inner city patients were educated on risk factors for chronic viral hepatitis and enabled to confidentially acknowledge the need to be tested. These projects were established to improve outcomes in our most underserved populations.