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Edward Lebovics, MD

19 Bradhurst Avenue
Hawthorne NY 10532
P: (914) 493-7337
Dr. Edward Lebovics is the Upham Professor of Gastroenterology and Director of the Sarah C. Upham Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Diseases at New York Medical College. He is Chief of the Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatobiliary Diseases at Westchester Medical Center. He has directed the gastroenterology fellowship training program since 1997. Dr. Lebovics is a graduate of New York University School of Medicine.

Dr. Lebovics’ clinical expertise and research have made significant contributions in the fields of gastrointestinal and liver disease. His special interests include advanced therapeutic endoscopy, chronic viral hepatitis, chronic liver diseases, and inflammatory bowel disease. He has authored numerous articles and book chapters and delivered many invited lectures. His achievements have been recognized by a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition and by election to Fellowship at the American College of Physicians, American College of Gastroenterology and American Gastroenterological Association.

He has been regularly listed amongst “Top Doctors” by New York Magazine and various other publications. Medical students and residents have also recognized his commitment to teaching through Excellence in Teaching Awards.

Brad M. Dworkin, M.D.

Shireen Pais, M.D.

Daniela Jodorkovsky, M.D.

“Celiac sprue is being diagnosed with increased frequency in the adult age group. Yet, most adults with celiac disease remain undiagnosed as symptoms may be minimal. In fact, iron deficiency anemia alone is the most common presentation in adults. Nevertheless, identification of celiac patients is crucial as recent studies confirm that adherence to a gluten free diet substantially reduces the risk of the most feared complications of the disease. Interestingly, many adults relate a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms to gluten consumption but do not have celiac sprue. These patients may have therapeutic options other than a gluten free diet.”