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Any Doctor Recommendations For Nyc Area?


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#1 JohnS

 
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Posted 20 August 2013 - 06:54 AM

Need a good GI doc as soon as possible for Celiac.  I have an appt with Dr Green at Columbia, but earliest they could give it to me was late Dec.  I have been to 4 GI docs over the last several years and they know less than I do, one said avoid Corn!  I have no problem in traveling up to 100 miles.  Would be great if you could recommend one in NYC, Long Island, CT and not too far into NJ.  THanks.

 

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Posted 20 August 2013 - 07:49 AM

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Posted 20 August 2013 - 08:23 PM

I LOVE my GI doctor - he's in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey.  Not too far of a drive from NYC, maybe like 20-30 mins away?  He tested me for Celiac before I even knew what Celiac was and I only reported minimal symptoms.  His name is Dr. Gillin and I've included the website for the practice below.  The campus is huge and practice includes any kind of doctor you would need and even an urgent care center, a lab, MRI/X-ray imaging center, outpatient surgery, etc.  So when I have to get my endoscopy, I just walk downstairs to the surgical center and they send all my results upstairs to Dr. Gillin.  Its super convenient and he takes everything I say very seriously.  Knows a lot about Celiac and was even asking about "cross-contamination" when I met with him for my check-up.... I hope this works for you!!

 

http://www.summitmedicalgroup.com/


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Posted 21 August 2013 - 10:01 AM

I LOVE my GI doctor - he's in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey.  Not too far of a drive from NYC, maybe like 20-30 mins away?  He tested me for Celiac before I even knew what Celiac was and I only reported minimal symptoms.  His name is Dr. Gillin and I've included the website for the practice below.  The campus is huge and practice includes any kind of doctor you would need and even an urgent care center, a lab, MRI/X-ray imaging center, outpatient surgery, etc.  So when I have to get my endoscopy, I just walk downstairs to the surgical center and they send all my results upstairs to Dr. Gillin.  Its super convenient and he takes everything I say very seriously.  Knows a lot about Celiac and was even asking about "cross-contamination" when I met with him for my check-up.... I hope this works for you!!

 

http://www.summitmedicalgroup.com/

Thank you very much, I will look into him.


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