Baltimore’s Best Gastroenterologists:
The top rated Gastroenterologists in Baltimore, MD are:
- Dr. Mary L. Harris – is a renowned specialist in inflammatory bowel management
- Dr. Amit Raina – is board certified in gastroenterology and internal medicine
- Dr. Patrick A. Hyatt – is a gastroenterology specialist in Baltimore
- Dr. Bryan Curtin – provides diagnosis and treatment with digestive health conditions
- Dr. Morrison A. Stanley, MD – has over 49 years of experience in the medical field
Dr. Mary L. Harris
Dr. Mary L. Harris is a renowned regional leader in the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel and colorectal illnesses in Greater Baltimore and the Mid-Atlantic region. She uses her considerable abilities to assist those suffering from various conditions in leading complete and regular lives. She spends time with patients to assist them to understand their illness and provide education to help them manage it effectively. She helps people manage their illnesses by providing innovative treatment and cutting-edge technology.
Dr. Mary Harris was a driving force behind Mercy’s adoption of Remicade Infusion, a game-changing treatment for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Dr. Harris is a well-known expert in the field of inflammatory bowel disease management, has published book chapters and peer-reviewed publications on the topic. Patients trust her treatment and care because of her expertise and sophisticated clinical understanding.
Inflammatory Bowel and Colorectal Diseases
“Absolutely the best in her field. I have been under Dr. Mary Harris’s care for more than 16 years. When I first came to her my colitis was out of control when under the care of previous doctors. Dr. Harris has basically helped me to dramatically reduce my symptoms completely through medication and proper diet.” – Leonard W.
Dr. Amit Raina
Dr. Amit Raina is a Gastroenterologist and Internal Medicine specialist who provides high-quality, patient-centered care. Dr. Raina expertly diagnoses and manages a wide range of pancreatic disorders using the most up-to-date treatment plans and approaches. He focuses on nutritional therapy for pancreatic patients, using both oral and intravenous techniques.
Dr. Raina is a specialist in therapeutic endoscopy techniques such as endoluminal stenting, ERCP, endoscopic ultrasonography, and mucosal resection. In Mercy’s state-of-the-art Bunting Endoscopic suite, therapeutic endoscopy techniques are utilized to test, diagnose, and treat digestive problems.
ERCP, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Endoluminal Stenting, and Mucosal Resection
“Dr. Raina and his staff get five stars. I have had chronic pancreatitis for over 10 years. I started out at Duke University Hospital and started with Dr. Raina about 5 years ago. He has improved my quality of life and health more than any of my past Doctors. I drive 7 hours from Hatteras, NC to Baltimore for his services.” – Tommy T.
Dr. Patrick A. Hyatt
Dr. Patrick A. Hyatt is the Director of The Center for Heartburn and Reflux Disease in Baltimore, Maryland. He has received advanced training in therapeutic endoscopy, allowing him to provide patients with sophisticated expertise and therapy for gastroesophageal reflux disease, heartburn, and other esophageal diseases, such as swallowing issues. Patients rely on Dr. Patrick Hyatt for accurate diagnosis and clinical expertise, and they appreciate his encouragement and understanding, which give them hope for a better future.
He uses cutting-edge therapy alternatives, such as specialized studies that monitor the health of the esophagus, to alleviate heartburn pain and prevent esophageal disorders like esophageal cancer and Barrett’s Esophagus.
Gastroenterology & Internal Medicine, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Heartburn
“Dr. Hyatt took the time to listen and help me determine the cause of my symptoms. The process took over a year, but his kind demeanor and willingness to continue looking into other possibilities really helped me find a path forward. I highly recommend him.” – Ree R.
Dr. Bryan Curtin
Dr. Bryan Curtin is the Director of The Center for Neurogastroenterology and a Board Certified Gastroenterologist. Dr. Curtin treats patients with a variety of digestive health issues, including persistent abdominal discomfort, gastrointestinal bleeding, bowel disorders, gastric cancer, and GI motility abnormalities. Dr. Curtin received further training in Augusta, Georgia, at the nation’s biggest motility clinic.
He is a specialist in Neurogastroenterology and gastrointestinal motility disorders, which affect the way the digestive muscles and nerves transport food through the digestive tract. Heartburn, difficulty swallowing, nausea, vomiting, stomach bloating and distention, and constipation are all symptoms that can indicate a motility problem.
Chronic Abdominal Pain, GI Bleeding, Bowel Disorders, Gastric Cancer, and GI Motility Disorders
“Dr. Bryan Curtin is an excellent GI Motility Physician at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore, MD. He has been treating my complex GI issues. He has compassion and empathy. Dr. Curtin thinks outside the box.” – Rachel C.
Dr. Morrison A. Stanley, MD
Dr. Morrison A. Stanley, MD is a Gastroenterology Specialist in Baltimore, MD, and has over 49 years of experience in the medical field. Dr. Morrison has more experience with Esophageal Disorders than other specialists in his area. He graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine medical school in 1972. He is affiliated with medical facilities MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital and Medstar Union Memorial Hospital.
“Dr. Stanley Morrison takes care of my wife and myself. Excellent physician and very thorough and we could not be any happier with this very kind-hearted gentleman. His bedside manners are just incredible and he makes you feel very relaxed and that is a very special thing that many doctors cannot do very well. I 100% would recommend him to anyone who needs treatment in his expertise. 10 Stars.” – Cool.
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