NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital's Institute for Digestive and Liver Disorders brings together a unique group of specialists and state-of-the-art medical services to provide a coordinated, comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of digestive and liver conditions.
The Institute's group of physician specialists includes gastroenterologists (doctors who specialize in digestive disorders), hepatologists (doctors who specialize in liver diseases), surgeons, robotic-assisted and laparoscopic (minimally-invasive) surgeons, gastrointestinal (digestive) radiologists, medical and radiation oncologists, and pathologists. Nutritionists and psychologists are also valuable members of the team.
NYPBMH digestive and liver doctors are actively involved in various clinical research projects and our group of physicians has published in national journals and presented studies at national conferences. Currently, we are working on a variety of projects that examine ways to improve patient care, prevent disease, and promote digestive and liver health.
Referrals to our specialists or to digestive and liver programs and services available at the Hospital can be made through a patient's primary care physician or can be requested through the Institute's physician referral service.
To request educational speakers or other community participation from NYPBMH relating to the Institute for Digestive and Liver Disorders, or for more information, please visit the relevant Community Education and Programs pages and then contact the Department of Public Affairs with your request or inquiry.
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Find a physician affiliated with the Institute for Digestive and Liver Disorders or call 866-DIGEST1 (866-344-3781).
To contact the Division of Gastroenterology at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, call 718-780-3851.