NYC has a new clinic to keep you happy and healthy through the holidays and into the new year! Dr. Gina Sam, MD, MPH, one of the leading voices in New York City’s medical community has opened her own practice in Midtown Manhattan. The Institute of Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders and Integrative Health sits a few steps from Bryant Park on 39th street.
Last week, Dr. Sam held a champagne reception to celebrate the launch of the clinic as well as to announce the upcoming launch of her charitable organization, The R & R Foundation for Global Health. The foundation is meant to fund medical relief missions in the Caribbean and South America, an area Dr.Sam is very familiar with due to the medical relief missions she spearheads there. The reception attendees included CBS News’ Dr. Max Gomez, colleagues from Mount Sinai Hospital and her network of wellness and beauty consultants.
The attractiveness of Dr. Sam’s clinic is the variety of services that she offers. Her staff list includes various consultants, personal trainers, acupuncturists and massage therapists that she hand-selected to join her new institute. Dr. Sam understands the importance of having a health provider work hand-in-hand with wellness and personal services, which is why her clinic will be partnering with a network of experts to offer a whole body service for all her patients. The clinic is located at 6 East 39th Street, Suite 804.
Before Dr. Sam opened her own practice, she built the Stony Brook University Gastrointestinal Motility Center and acted as the Director of the Gastrointestinal Motility Center at Mount Sinai Hospital. She has been practicing for over a decade and has an expansive experience in gastroenterology and motility disorders.
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