- Dr. Salwen has been in private consultative gastroenterology practice in Brooklyn Heights since 1985. In addition to his affiliation with Mt. Sinai Hospital, he is an attending physician at SUNY Downstate Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, as well as an associate attending physician at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. Additionally, Dr. Salwen is a clinical assistant professor of medicine at SUNY Health Sciences Center and clinical instructor in medicine at Albert Einstein School of Medicine. Dr. Salwen limits his practice to adult patient evaluation and care.
The New York Times listed Dr. Salwen in its 2009 Best Doctors issue.
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Dr. SALWEN has not yet completed reporting of Industry relationships.
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