NYU Langone Gastroenterology Associates

Ambulatory Care Center


Reception desk at new Ambulatory Care Center at 240 E. 38th Street, NYC.



 Our Gastroenterologists

 

Lea Ann Chen, MD

Lea Ann Chen, MD
Seth Gross, MD

Seth A. Gross, MD
Grigoriy Gurvits, MD

Grigory Gurvits, MD
Abraham Khan, MD

Abraham Khan, MD
Basil Lucak, MD

Basil Lucak, MD
Mark Pochapin, MD

Mark B. Pochapin, MD
Jonathan Rosenberg, MD

Jonathan Rosenberg, MD 

Location:
NYU Langone Gastroenterology Associates
Ambulatory Care Center
240 East 38th Street, Floor 23
New York, NY 10016

To Make an Appointment

Please call 212-263-3095.


State-of-the-Art Programs and Services

At the NYU Langone Gastroenterology Associates, Ambulatory Care Center, we are privileged to help our patients protect their most valuable asset—their health. Our highly trained gastroenterologists provide the very best in digestive disease prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, and support for our patients.

High-Tech Endoscopy Suite

Our newly renovated Ambulatory Care Center was designed with our patients in mind—providing excellence in patient care in a comfortable, friendly environment.

Our state-of-the-art endoscopy suite is conveniently located on the same floor as our physician offices and features the most cutting-edge, innovative procedures available in the screening, prevention, and treatment of all gastrointestinal conditions. With a focus on quality, we provide procedures such as colonoscopy, upper endoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, capsule endoscopy, radiofrequency ablation, cryotherapy, and other advanced technologies.

We are dedicated to our patients’ comfort and ease. As part of this commitment, we provide special amenities such as warmed gowns and blankets, personalized ambient music in the procedure rooms, and a play room for children and their families.

Patient-Centered Care

Our team is dedicated to a patient- and family-centered approach to care. For us, this means the honor of providing our patients with the very best in digestive care, not only in the treatment but also in the prevention of disease. It means not only treating the disease, but caring for the whole patient and whole family. It means, always, that our patients come first.