Division of Gastroenterology
Stanley B. Benjamin, MD, FACP, FACG
Chief, Division of Gastroenterology
With nationally and internationally known experts in endoscopy and gastroenterology, and the knowledge and expertise that comes from physicians that perform approximately 6,000 procedures annually, the Division of Gastroenterology at Georgetown University offers the most advanced diagnostic and treatment techniques available.
Research within the Division of Gastroenterology provides opportunities for patients to participate in national research studies, offering state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment options.
Read more about our research in the Division of Gastroenterology.
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program at Georgetown University enjoys a partnership with the Washington, D.C. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, building a fellowship program that includes clinical and investigative work involving gastroenterology and hepatology, with the primary goal to train consultative gastroenterologists. Please see the Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program page for more information.
The Advanced Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Program at Georgetown is a one-year training program in advanced endoscopy, focused on training in Pancreatobiliary disease diagnosis and interventions. Please see the Advanced Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Program page for more information.
We offer physician expertise in each aspect of the intricate gastrointestinal system. From screening and diagnosis to advanced treatment and research, our Gastrointestinal Division is nationally recognized for providing the highest level of quality care.
Additionally, our affiliation with Georgetown’s world-renowned Transplant Institute, the International Center for Liver Diseases and the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, ensures patients continuity of care and access to the best possible medical services.
Please see our Patient Care page for more information on the program and services that we offer patients.