We combine our years of experience with advanced technology and techniques to deliver outstanding gastroenterology care.
Access to Latest Clinical Trials
Hackensack University Medical Center is one of only four institutions in the world that is participating in a unique genetic trial for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer.
As part of our commitment to gastrointestinal health and academic medicine, Hackensack University Medical Center offers two gastroenterology fellowship programs:
UMDNJ - University Hospital Gastroenterology Fellowship
Each month, a fellow rotates for high-level training in advanced endoscopic techniques, including:
- High-resolution esophageal manometry
- Biliary manometry for sphincter of Oddi dysfunction
- Spiral enteroscopy
- Advanced therapeutic endoscopy
- Digital choledochoscopy
- Electrohydraulic lithotripsy
- Endoscopic ultrasound
- EUS-guided biliary and gallbladder drainage
- EUS-guided AXIOS pancreatic fluid drainage and necrosectomy
- EUS- guided RFA of pancreas tumors and cysts
- BARRX esophageal RFA of Barrett’s esophagus
- Endoscopic treatment of Zenker’s diverticulum
Palisades Medical Center Gastroenterology Fellowship
Each month, two fellows rotate for general GI training, including inpatient and outpatient management of gastrointestinal problems and procedural training in endoscopy and colonoscopy.
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