Gastroenterology Specialists in New York

New York (608)Brooklyn (257)Bronx (197)Rochester (70)New Hyde Park (60)
Albany (56)Flushing (51)Staten Island (46)Buffalo (45)Great Neck (37)Syracuse (34)Forest Hills (32)Middletown (28)Poughkeepsie (26)Manhasset (24)Valhalla (24)Huntington (20)Mineola (20)Williamsville (19)Yonkers (19)East Setauket (18)Burnt Hills (16)Fresh Meadows (16)Utica (16)Garden City (15)Jamaica (14)Scarsdale (14)Smithtown (14)West Islip (14)Cooperstown (13)Liverpool (13)Rego Park (13)Binghamton (12)New Rochelle (12)Valley Stream (12)Bay Shore (11)Kingston (11)Stony Brook (11)White Plains (11)Astoria (10)Fishkill (10)Schenectady (10)Uniondale (10)West Harrison (10)Babylon (9)Bethpage (9)Syosset (9)Elmhurst (8)Elmira (8)Mount Kisco (8)New Windsor (8)Orchard Park (8)Rockville Centre (8)Setauket (8)Carmel (7)East Patchogue (7)Glens Falls (7)Katonah (7)Pomona (7)Sleepy Hollow (7)Troy (7)Amsterdam (6)Bayside (6)Camillus (6)New City (6)Plattsburgh (6)Port Jefferson Station (6)Purchase (6)Wantagh (6)Woodbury (6)Commack (5)East Meadow (5)Geneva (5)Glen Cove (5)Horseheads (5)Howard Beach (5)Hudson (5)Mount Vernon (5)Newburgh (5)Olean (5)Plainview (5)Port Jefferson (5)Seaford (5)Yorktown Heights (5)Batavia (4)Corning (4)Cortlandt Manor (4)Far Rockaway (4)Goshen (4)Harrison (4)Hawthorne (4)Ithaca (4)Jackson Heights (4)Massapequa (4)Nesconset (4)Oceanside (4)Patchogue (4)Potsdam (4)Rome (4)Watertown (4)West Nyack (4)CORTLANDT (3)Canandaigua (3)Cortland (3)Croton on Hudson (3)Hicksville (3)Huntington Station (3)Jamestown (3)Kew Gardens (3)Latham (3)Lawrence (3)Long Beach (3)Merrick (3)Niagara Falls (3)Northport (3)Nyack (3)Oneida (3)Pittsford (3)Richmond Hill (3)Suffern (3)Wappingers Falls (3)

Learn more about Gastroenterologists

A gastroenterologist specializes in preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, or digestive system. This includes the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas and gallbladder. A GI specialist focuses on the health needs of adults with digestive problems.

A gastroenterologist typically: 

  • Evaluates a patient’s medical history and educates the patient about digestive health and disease prevention
  • Performs colonoscopies, endoscopies, and other imaging exams of the digestive tract
  • Orders and interprets laboratory tests and GI function studies
  • Prescribes medications
  • Screens, treats and monitors GI cancers
  • Diagnoses and treats digestive disorders including ulcers, reflux conditions, bowel diseases, motility problems, and liver disease
  • Performs endoscopic procedures on the digestive system, such as biopsies, polyp removal, intestinal dilation, placement of drainage tubes, and tumor removal without surgery

A gastroenterologist may also be known by the following names: GI specialist, GI doctor, or stomach doctor.

There are 1922 specialists practicing Gastroenterology in New York with an overall average rating of 4.0 stars. There are 231 hospitals in New York with affiliated Gastroenterology specialists, including NYU Langone Health Tisch Hospital, NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital.