Why Choose HMH GastroenterologyOur gastroenterology team is focused on prevention and helping you understand which screenings are right for you. These screenings are critical, as early diagnosis of cancers associated with the liver, pancreas, built duct and other gastrointestinal areas allow for a broader range of treatment options.
Providing Family-Focused Care
If you or a loved one suffer from a range of stomach disorders that can affect daily living and quality of life, our consultative services may be able to help. We’re committed to family-focused care – that means we consult with all members of the patient’s health care team as well as the family to determine the best course of treatment.
Our specialists are dedicated to diagnosing and treating conditions, including:
Diarrhea and constipation
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis)
Access to the Latest Advancements
Our gastroenterologists are the only physicians in New Jersey to perform a highly specialized procedure to treat pancreas tumors and cysts.
They also participate in advanced clinical trials that bring the most promising new treatments and therapies to patients in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area.
For example, Hackensack University Medical Center is one of only four institutions in the world that is participating in a unique genetic trial for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer. It has also been designated as a National Pancreas Foundation Center of Excellence and is recognized by U.S. News and World Report as the best hospital in New Jersey for GI treatment
Combining years of experience with the most advanced technology and techniques, our gastroenterologists can diagnose and treat all types of digestive tract conditions and perform a full range of gastroenterology procedures ’ some of which are offered in only a few locations in the United States.
Gastroenterologists treat a comprehensive range of digestive diseases with innovative diagnostic methods and medical treatments. If you have made lifestyle changes, altered your diet appropriately, and still are suffering with GERD symptoms, it may be time to consult with a surgeon.