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Need Celiac Specialist In Nyc
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Hi,

I'm in need of a good celiac specialist (GI) in NYC...does anyone have any recommendations? Anyone good at NYU?

Thanks!

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I am in the same boat! No one responded to you though :( Have you seen anyone you like since posting this? I'm looking for someone in either the village or brooklyn.

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Dr. Michael Eng. He is near Union Square. He is my doctor and very nice. He really listens to the problems you're going through, and it's not difficult to get an appointment with him (I've heard of people who have had to wait several months with other doctors - yikes!).

137 5th Avenue, New York, NY

(212) 529-3788

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Neville Bamji at New York Gastroenterology Associates

http://www.gastroenterologistnewyork.com/md-bamji-neville-physicians-staff-new-york-gastroenterology.php

He is my doctor and I have a great experience with him. He is supportive and knowledgeable. I've heard stories about people being diagnosed and left on their own. Dr. Bamji sets you up for success and follows up. He is also easy to get reach by phone and email.

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Dr. Michael Eng. He is near Union Square. He is my doctor and very nice. He really listens to the problems you're going through, and it's not difficult to get an appointment with him (I've heard of people who have had to wait several months with other doctors - yikes!).

137 5th Avenue, New York, NY

(212) 529-3788

I went to see Eng yesterday and while he seems knowledgable - I felt rushed and if I wanted any info about treating my condition, I had to drag it out of him. He wasn't exactly volunteering to offer ways to cope with Celliac. I had the sense of being in a "mill" - get 'em in and get 'em out. He's no longer on 5th Ave. He's at 115 E. 23rd Street. But you can get an appt quickly if you need one.

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Can anyone recommend a Celiac specialist in northern central jersey, or union county?

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Peter Green is supposedly the best in NYC when it comes to Celiac.

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