The Weill Cornell Medicine Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology includes gastroenterologists, hepatologists, transplant hepatologists and advanced endoscopists who specialize in caring for the digestive system and liver.
As our patient, you receive the highest level of care for preventing, screening, diagnosing, and treating all digestive and liver disorders — including cancer, cirrhosis, fatty liver, Crohn’s disease, infections and other conditions.
Our physicians understand that digestive and liver disorders can be challenging to live with, especially chronic (long term) conditions. As a patient at Weill Cornell Medicine, you are cared for by a compassionate team that focuses on improving your quality of life and optimizing your health.
Patients at Weill Cornell Medicine have access to the breadth of expertise at this top-ranked hospital, as well as several centers dedicated to the research and advancement of detection and treatment. Our patients benefit from collaboration between:
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"Dr. Halazun is a brave and talented surgeon. When Sloan Kettering would not operate to remove my mother's cancerous gallbladder which had invaded her liver Dr. Halazun performed the 12 hour life saving surgery. My mother is still here, 2 years later, enjoying her grandchildren. She would have certainly died without Cornell and Dr. Halazun."
"Dr. Samstein explained all aspects of liver illness to us and was patient and kind in his responses to all our questions."
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