SPRINGFIELD, Pa. — Crozer-Keystone Health System welcomes advanced endoscopist Michael E. Goldberg, D.O. to the Crozer-Keystone Gastroenterology Associates practice.
Goldberg earned his medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed two fellowships – one in Gastroenterology from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. and another in Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy from University of Maryland in Baltimore. He comes to Crozer-Keystone from William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Tex., where he also served as Chief of Gastroenterology.
A longtime member of the United States Army, where he served as a brigade surgeon in Afghanistan from 2009-2010, Goldberg is excited to come home to the Philadelphia area where he grew up, went to college, and trained to become a physician. As a member of Crozer-Keystone Gastroenterology Associates, he joins one of the most advanced full-service gastroenterology practices in the Delaware Valley. With locations ranging from Havertown to Media, Upland, Drexel Hill and Glen Mills, Crozer-Keystone Gastroenterology Associates offers everything from direct-access screening colonoscopies to the most technologically advanced GI procedures.
Goldberg is skilled in the medical management of chronic conditions associated with bowel disorders. His additional, specialized training in therapeutic endoscopy allows him to offer the latest advanced treatments for gastrointestinal disorders, GI cancers, reflux and more.
Above all, Goldberg maintains the philosophy that doctor and patient must work together to achieve the best outcomes. “I like to think of us in a car together,” he says. “You are driving and I am the passenger. I will present all of the information and tell you which way I think you should turn, but ultimately, you make the final decision.”