My specialty focuses on diseases of the pancreas diseases of the bile duct as well as therapeutic endoscopy procedures for complicated GI problems that may not be provided in the community such as treatment of malignant obstruction Zenkers diverticula fistulae or endoscopic removal of premalignant or malign lesions of the GI tract. Ive been at Duke for over 25 years and the thing that has kept me here all these years has been the opportunity to provide care for patients that need these advanced services and the wonderful people I work with. I very much enjoy working with colleagues who want to provide the best possible care for our patients and the opportunity to train the future leaders in gastroenterology. We have a great facility great technology but most importantly my colleagues and the people I work with share the same vision and values. You take this for granted until you go somewhere else. I wouldnt be able to provide what I hope is excellent care without the assistance of great nurses physicians and staff at Duke. I hope you will have this same experience when you come to Duke University Health System.
Dr. Malcolm Branch, MD is a gastroenterology doctor who practices in Durham, NC. He is 58 years old and has been practicing for 33 years. Dr. Branch is affiliated with Duke University Hospital and Duke Regional Hospital.