Located in and serving patients in Northeastern Pennsylvania, The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education offers learners one-on-one Gastroenterology Fellowship training in our 3-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited program.
Led by program director Pardeep Bansal, MD, FACG, fellows are immersed in a friendly learning environment under the close supervision of dedicated core faculty, including Gregory Enders, MD, PhD, Aman Ali, MD, Kalyani Meduri, MD, Nayan Shah, MD, Mohammed Chaudhry, MD and Karthik Penumetsa, MD, as they aim to fulfill the need for more gastroenterologists in our communities.
Fellows train toward expertise in inpatient and outpatient gastroenterology and hepatotoxic consultancy. A key component of this Fellowship includes fostering skills in endoscopy, including exposure to advanced endoscopic procedures, with emphasis on quality of care.
Our learners work within the consultant services of our participating institution sites, including Regional Hospital, Moses Taylor Hospital and Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. Additional training takes place in outpatient endoscopy rotation and in hepatology rotation.
Pardeep Bansal, MD
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