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Qualifications and Experience
Awards and Publications
Dr. Seth Gross is a gastroenterologist treating patients in New York City and the surrounding communities. He holds certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine in both internal medicine and gastroenterology. Dr. Gross is also a member of professional organizations including the American College of Gastroenterology, the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and the American Gastroenterological Association. For his undergraduate education, Dr. Gross attended Binghamton University. He pursued his medical degree through the Sackler School of Medicine–New York State American Program. Dr. Gross continued his medical education at the North Shore University Hospital and New York University School of Medicine, completing an internship program and receiving residency training in internal medicine. Dr. Gross has also completed a fellowship program in gastroenterology at the Mayo Clinic. Patients visiting Dr. Gross can receive a full range of gastroenterology services. He provides general consultations, as well as treatment for specific illnesses and issues.
Verified Patient Reviews
I was about 30-45 minutes late. if Dr. Gross wasn't able to see me because of my lateness i would've understood but i did call ahead to inform them and i was told that he could still see me. I wasn't told it would be an even longer, very long wait - it was definitely more than 1 1/2 hours, if not 2 hours. i think the professional thing for them to have done would've been to let me know that due to my lateness, i'd now have to wait not 45 more minutes, but 1 1/2 to 2 hours. sorry, i'm a believer in the punishment fitting the crime - i don't think calling ahead about a 30-45 minute lateness merited my experience at that office.
The staff was really nice and knowledgable. They wasted no time and got tests started right away. Will most definitely return.
It went well
Very personable and knowledgable! Was able to answer all my questions and concerns