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Dr. Robin D. Rothstein Named Medical Director of Temple’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program

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Dr. Robin D. Rothstein Named Medical Director of Temple’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program  

 

(Philadelphia, PA) – Robin D. Rothstein, MD, has been appointed Associate Professor of Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine, and Medical Director of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program at Temple University Hospital. Dr. Rothstein comes to Temple from Pennsylvania Hospital, where she was an attending gastroenterologist and the director of house staff education in Gastroenterology.

 

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Dr. Rothstein specializes in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Her clinical interests include the diagnosis and treatment of Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, microscopic colitis and celiac sprue.   “The Temple Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program offers a team of specialists dedicated to the treatment and education of our patients,” says Dr. Rothstein. “Our experienced clinicians provide comprehensive, compassionate care with the goal of optimizing quality of life. We are committed to our patients as they deal with their inevitable challenges—through flareups and remissions, when complications arise, and when new tests, medications or surgery are needed.”

 

“Dr. Rothstein is an outstanding clinician whose experience and leadership skills will help solidify our Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program,” says Oleh Haluszka, MD, Professor and Chief of Gastroenterology at Temple. “Her knowledge and talent will further enhance Temple’s longstanding reputation for successfully treating complex gastrointestinal issues such as IBD.”

 

Dr. Rothstein earned her medical degree from The Medical College of Pennsylvania and completed her medicine residency at George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, DC. She also completed a gastroenterology fellowship at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.   An active clinician and researcher who is consistently named as one of the Best Doctors in America, Dr. Rothstein has numerous publications and presentations to her credit.

 

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