Dr. David Robbins attends to New York’s Internal Medicine and Digestive Health needs from his Upper East Side office at the Lenox Hill Hospital, where he also
serves as Associate Director of Endoscopy and Assistant Professor of Medicine. He is a graduate of Columbia College, where he ran the campus volunteer ambulance service. Dr. Robbins studied medicine at Mount Sinai in NYC and graduated with honors (AOA) and Distinction in Research after specialized training at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD. He completed his residency at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and returned to Mount Sinai for a fellowship in Gastroenterology. He went on to complete a second fellowship in Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Dr. Robbins is an avid cyclist, aspiring saxophonist and, like any good gastro doc, an unabashed foodie. He looks forward to meeting you!…
Dr Robbins is the Associate Chief, Endoscopy of Gastroenterology at Lenox Hill Hospital.
Dr. Robbins publishes, lectures and runs CME courses about EUS and endoscopic oncology. He has made numerous national network television appearances and enjoys speaking to the public about a wide array of digestive health topics. His clinical interests include early gastrointestinal cancer detection and treatment, new technology development and novel applications for endoscopy, and he is a principal investigator for a gene therapy trial for pancreatic cancer.
Patient Reviews for David Robbins, MD
Less than a year agoby Arthur R. (Verified Patient)
He was very cordial and went straight to the point!
More than a year agoby a Verified Patient
Great doctor; staff could be better. Appointment was rescheduled twice.
August 31, 2010by a Verified Patient
Once I saw the doctor, I felt that he gave careful consideration to my symptoms and offered me a reasonable solution to my problems. However, I waited for over an hour to see the doctor and I found his office assitant to be very disorganized, abrupt, and unfriendly.