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NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Debuts Digestive Health Center

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital has opened its new digestive health center in Cortlandt. An open house is planned for Thursday, June 7.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital has opened its new digestive health center in Cortlandt. An open house is planned for Thursday, June 7. Photo Credit: Provided

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital has opened its new digestive health center and an expansion of its gastroenterology and hepatology team.

The NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Digestive Health Center is located on campus at 1978 Crompond Road in Cortlandt Manor.

The new Center provides easy access to the highest quality of endoscopic services in a warm and welcoming setting and has achieved The Gold Seal of Approval by The Joint Commission.

The public is invited to an open house to tour the Digestive Health Center and meet the team of digestive health experts. The free event will be on Thursday, June 7 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. To attend the open house, people are asked to RSVP by calling 914-734-3526 by Wednesday, June 6.

Physicians Herman B. Kleinbaum, MD, Mitchell Josephs, M.D., and David E. Lin, M.D., formerly of Hudson Valley Center for Digestive Health, joined NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley and the group’s current gastroenterologists, Frank Turchioe, M.D. and Shireen A. Pais, M.D. at offices in Cortlandt Manor, Carmel and Yorktown Heights. The physicians are affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital and will perform all their procedures at the new center.

This expert gastroenterology team provides comprehensive digestive health services, including diagnosis and treatment of acid reflux, ulcers, hepatitis and other liver diseases, biliary and pancreatic diseases, gastrointestinal motility disorders, celiac disease, irritable bowel syndrome and other functional diseases, gastrointestinal cancers, inflammatory bowel disease, hemorrhoids, and colon cancer screening.

“We are pleased to expand our talented team of specialists who bring a vast range of digestive health services to our hospital and medical group,” said Stacey Petrower, president of NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital. “We are so pleased to welcome a group of highly regarded physicians to the NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley. This is a team of experienced, compassionate professionals, who work together to promote the best possible treatment outcomes. Patients will find that having their procedures in the Digestive Health Center will provide an even better overall experience.”

“Through the NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Digestive Health Center and this outstanding team of gastroenterologists, we have expanded our scope of services to ensure that all patients, throughout the region, have access to the most advanced interventional and non-interventional procedures,” said William J. Higgins, M.D., vice president and Regional Executive Medical Director of NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley and Westchester. “These experts provide a full continuum of care for a variety of conditions, including obesity, inflammatory bowel disorder, GERD, motility disorder, colon and liver disorders.”

New patients are welcome. To learn more about the Digestive Health Center click here:

For more details about the medical group, click here: To make an appointment or for more information, call: 914-787-2200 .

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