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Einstein Medical Center, originally known as The Jewish Hospital for the Aged, Infirm and Destitute, opened its doors in 1865. The suffering he witnessed in the wake of the Civil War moved Abraham Sulzberger, the hospital's founder, to open a hospital that cared for all persons in need regardless of their race, nationality or creed. While the hospital has grown from its original 20-bed facility into a major full-service, academic healthcare network, our mission remains as important today as it was in 1865. Then as now, the hospital's mission also emphasized the Medical Center's commitment to education and research. The first resident physician came to Einstein Medical Center in 1865 and that tradition continues today. We offer a categorical residency training program in Internal Medicine, as well as fellowship training in twelve subspecialty areas. We also provide an outstanding experience for those interested in a Preliminary Year of Internal Medicine. As a major affiliate of Thomas Jefferson Medical School, we continuously train second-year, third-year and fourth-year Jefferson medical students.
Our residency curriculum is uniquely structured to allow residents to participate in meaningful scholarly activity during their residencies. The Department of Medicine's 90+ full-time faculty members are highly committed to the education of residents and students. The Department leadership understands the needs of the residents and is directly involved in the educational programs. Should you decide to obtain training in our Internal Medicine Program you will receive outstanding training. You will be well prepared for a career in primary care or to go on to subspecialty training. Each year our residents are accepted into outstanding subspecialty fellowship training programs. Residents in our Preliminary Medicine Program have the flexibility in their curriculum to accommodate training in other specialty areas.
Dr. Katz received his medical degree from the Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He served his residency and chief residency in internal medicine, followed by a fellowship in gastroenterology at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. Dr. Katz has brought his state-of-the-art esophageal testing laboratory to Einstein and has an active clinical and research practice in this area. His research interests include all aspects of gastroesophageal reflux disease, including nocturnal recovery of gastric acid secretion during proton pump inhibitor therapy and esophageal pain perception. Dr. Katz is a practicing clinician with active teaching and editorial positions. In addition to lecturing on many gastroenterology-related topics, Dr. Katz is an editorial reviewer for Annals of Internal Medicine, American Journal of Gastroenterology, Gastroenterology, and Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics. He has contributed to the publication of over 120 peer-reviewed papers, numerous abstracts, books, book chapters, and monographs.
He is a past President of the American College of Gastroenterology.
Dr. Menin completed internal medicine residency at the Medical College of Virginia and fellowship in gastroenterology at Temple University. Dr. Menin, who is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology, leads a biweekly cancer management conference and sponsors many colon cancer screening programs.