Gastroenterology Physician

Job description

Manhattan Gastroenterology has a full-time, private practice employment opportunity for an energetic Gastroenterologist to join our well-established and reputable team. Our offices are conveniently located in Manhattan with offices located on the Upper East Side, Midtown and Union Square. The position is 100% outpatient, private practice gastroenterology within minimal on-call responsibilities. 

The position offers track for equity in our newly approved ambulatory surgery center as well as generous compensation, bonus structure and benefits. The practice utilizes in-house pathology laboratory, blood laboratory, radiology and infusion services as well as a comprehensive support team. Our practice is affiliated with NY Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell.  Manhattan Gastroenterology offers the opportunity to work with a fun, supportive and dynamic team in a state-of-the-art facility with the latest in technology.

Apply to join our vibrant and rapidly growing practice. Experience the difference in joining a work culture where you will feel supported, respected, team collaboration and a caring attitude!

We offer a generous compensation program including:

  • Generous compensation package

  • Generous productivity bonuses

  • Ambulatory surgery center ownership track offered and profit sharing track

  • 401K/Retirement Plan

  • Full healthcare benefits

  • Dental and Vision Benefits

  • Paid Malpractice Insurance

  • Paid Continuing Medical Education

  • 100% outpatient, minimal on call

  • State of the art medical equipment and systems

  • Dedicated aftercare team to coordinate patient care

  • Supportive marketing team and in-house referrals from primary care physicians

  • Warm and collegial work atmosphere fostering teamwork

  • Affiliated with NY Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell

You can reach out to us at 347-382-8709 or email your resume to and we would be happy to discuss further. Looking forward to speaking with you!


Requirements: Candidates must have an MD degree and be Board Eligible (Board Certified or in progress preferred) with a valid New York State License, DEA License. Qualified candidates should have strong clinical abilities, communication, and interpersonal skills.