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Qualifications and Experience
Frank Candido is an educated and caring gastroenterologist practicing in the city of Emerson, NJ. Dr. Candido attended the University of Cincinnati, where he received his medical degree. He then served as a battalion surgeon in the 2nd Marine Division of the U.S. Marine Corps. Following this, Dr Candido continued his medical education at New York Medical College, Metropolitan Hospital Center, where he completed his residency in internal medicine and served as chief resident. He also completed his fellowship in gastroenterology at New York Medical College, Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital. Dr. Candido runs his own private practice and is affiliated with Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Hackensack University Medical Center, and Hackensack University Medical Center at Pascack Valley. His highest priority is the health of his patients and he is dedicated to providing them with the best in care.
Verified Patient Reviews
The doctor and the nurse are very nice. They make you feel very comfortable.
Great office, friendly personnel, and thorough Doctor.
Hes a great Dr and i would definetely go back and recomend him as well!!!!
The waiting part stinks but makes up for the fact that doctor Candido spends at least half an hour explaining nad answering questions, he's an amazing doctor!
Well-versed in his field. Would recommend to anyone with GI issues.
Overall very good. Staff was very friendly Maria was great. Doctor was personable and efficient. Wait time was a little long but they had a TV and lots of magazines and apologizedo for the wait.
The wait time was longer than expected, but when you meet him for your appointment, especially if it's your first consult, you understand why, and it's well worth it. He cares deeply for his patients, is exceptionally thorough and spends all the time he needs with you.
The doctor is the best! He took the time to listen and explain everything. The staff was excellent as well!
I walked in it was very quite the receptionist spoke to me right away. When I got into the room the assistant was so personable and polite gave me light conversation to ease my nerves. Now the Dr. Oh my what a delight and relief. So glad I chose him hope we don't have to meet long lol but it will definitely be a pleasure while it last.
Dr. Candido took his time and was genuinely interested in finding a solution to my health issues. It was such a breath of fresh air to finally see a doctor who didn't seem like they just wanted to rush me out of the room to get to the next patient. The wait time was very long, over an hour - but once I was in the patient room the doctor spent over 45 minutes with me and I understood the long wait time. It is a trade off that is well worth it in my opinion. It is hard to come by doctors who truly care.
Professionalism to the max level. I thought I lost my trust to the medical system until I found this Dr.
On our initial appointment we almost walked out, waited forever but when other patients told us how great he was we decided to stick around...the reason we waited so long is because he takes all the time to talk to his patients, he actually answers all questions and asks if you have more questions...he will spend all the time needed to make sure all areas are covered. Definitely worth the wait!
Dr. Candido was great! I really appreciated all of the time he gave me to ask questions and how comfortable he made me feel. Even though the wait time was long, the visit was worth it. Would highly recommend him.
The was a little long but well worth the wait. The staff made me at ease and Dr. Candido was excellent. He took his time and answered all my questions and concern. I highly recommend him.
Loved the fact that this doctor spends time explaining things and does not rush you, yes we waited a long time but now we know why, answered all questions and a nice clean office!
I had a great experience. Everyone in the office was quite nice and the wait was surprisingly short. Dr. Candido asked all the right questions to get to possible causes, beyond what I wrote (or forgot to write) in my patient history. Highly recommended!