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George  Protopapas, MD

George Protopapas, MD

Gastroenterology

Dr. George Protopapas is a gastroenterologist with ten years of experience in managing a variety of gastrointestinal conditions including GERD/LPR, celiac disease, IBS, inflammatory bowel disease, fatty liver. He also has a particular interest in obesity medicine. A proponent of colon cancer screening and preventative medicine, Dr. Protopapas served as both the Chief Internal Medicine Resident and Chief Gastroenterology Fellow at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. Having trained at a level 1 trauma and liver transplant center, he is capable of managing the most complex of gastrointestinal and liver conditions.

Dr. Protopapas is board certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology, and obesity medicine, and after completing his fellowship, he spent seven years in private practice in Middletown, New York. "Dr P" (as his patients refer to him), understands that patients' gastrointestinal concerns can be a very sensitive topic, and he takes his time to understand where his patients' symptoms and issues arise from. Together with the patient, he helps formulate a plan that they both can agree on.

Outside of work, Dr Protopapas' has a wife, three kids, and a puppy. He enjoys traveling to Greece and the Caribbean and is an avid baseball fan.

Locations

Mount Kisco Campus - 110
110 South Bedford Road
Mount Kisco, NY 10549-3412

914-242-1370

Training

Undergraduate & Graduate

New York University

Medical Education

St George's University School of Medicine

Internship

UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School

Residency

UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School

Fellowship

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Gastroenterology

Obesity Medicine

Professional Affiliations

American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE)

American Gastroenterological Association (AGA)

New York Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (NYSGE)

Languages

Greek

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