Physician Information Center
California Pacific's Interventional Endoscopy Service and physicians are dedicated to treating patients with the most advanced endoscopic care available.
Referring a Patient for Interventional Endoscopy Services
Through an easy referral process, the service handles complex upper and lower gastroenterology cases from throughout the Western United States. Call our Regional Referral and Transfer Center at 888-637-2762 for assistance or contact us at 415-600-1151 with a specific query.
- Referral Indications for Endoscopic Procedures
- Referral Indications for Endoscopic Ultrasonography
- Endoscopic Procedure Descriptions
- Images and Procedure Information
- Barrett's Esophagus
- Interventional Endoscopy Procedure Profiles
International Scholars Program
The International Scholars Program in Advanced Endoscopy was created at California Pacific Medical Center in 2002 to provide overseas physicians specialized in the field of gastroenterology an opportunity to obtain postgraduate training in endoscopic procedures. The postgraduate scholar spends up to one year under the direct mentorship of Kenneth F. Binmoeller, M.D., Medical Director of Interventional Endoscopy. Dr. Binmoeller has been involved in the training of postgraduate trainees since 1991 at previous analogous programs at the University of California in San Diego and the University of Hamburg in Germany. The international scholar selected for training is expected to apply the procedural expertise acquired at California Pacific to enhance the quality of healthcare in their home country. The scholar is also expected to train other physicians in their home country to disseminate expertise in gastrointestinal endoscopy.
Paul May & Frank Stein Interventional Endoscopy Center
California Pacific Medical Center
The Paul May & Frank Stein Interventional Endoscopy Center in San Francisco features some of the top-rated gastrointestinal disease doctors and interventional endoscopy specialists in the San Francisco Bay Area, Marin county and Northern California who use the most successful non-surgical treatment options available.
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