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 516 313 8642 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.