Ranked No. 6 in the nation for Gastroenterology and GI Surgery by U.S. News & World Report® for 2023-24, The Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the nation’s premiere destinations for the diagnosis and treatment of digestive diseases. We have an extensive multidisciplinary team of physicians, offering you the very latest in expert personalized care. Our goal is helping you maintain and improve your quality of life.
Expertise and Innovation in Digestive Diseases
Our specialists are shaping the future of diagnosis and treatment through leading-edge research. Our work has resulted in new treatments for peptic ulcer, esophagitis, hiatal hernia, gastrointestinal cancer, and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). We are constantly working on the developing new diagnostic techniques for cancer screening and improving current techniques.
The Mount Sinai Health System treats more patients with IBD than any other hospital in the United States. Gastroenterologists throughout the New York metropolitan area refer their most challenging endoscopic cases to our Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy Center.
We are redefining the practice of gastroenterology to provide you the best care. Many of us at Mount Sinai perform research, write medical papers, and sit on the committees that formulate practice guidelines for specialists across the country. As physicians working within Mount Sinai Health System that includes Icahn School of Medicine, we have access to the latest and best medical talent and equipment.
To improve diagnosis further, we employ our own team of staff pathologists, who specialize in examining tissue samples taken specifically from gastrointestinal (GI) patients. This specialized experience allows more accurate and rapid diagnosis, which in turn leads to earlier and more targeted treatment for you.
Our physicians stay on the cutting edge of science and discovery in the diagnosis and treatment of digestive disorders by doing research that expands knowledge every day. We pioneered many of the latest treatment and non-invasive diagnostic tests at Mount Sinai. Much of the research that we conduct is through clinical trials.
Participation in clinical trials gives patients like you a unique opportunity to receive a new treatment or benefit from new diagnostics that might otherwise be unavailable.
Your participation also helps doctors improve the care we provide you and others throughout the Mount Sinai Health System. Our physician scientists conduct many studies throughout the year, examining the effectiveness of new therapies and procedures. We encourage you to speak with your doctor if you are interested in learning about our current clinical trials.