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Dr Mark Mattar specializes in inflammatory bowel disease, acid reflux disease, gastroesophageal reflux, colon cancer, hepatitis, and irritable bowel syndrome. He believes in the holistic approach to caring for patients with digestive and liver problems.
Moises Auron, MD, FAAP, FACP is a Staff Physician of both the Department of Hospital Medicine and the Center for Pediatric Hospital Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic. He is board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Auron is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University. He is a core faculty at the Internal Medicine residency program. He has a special interest in hospital and perioperative medicine, quality and patient safety with emphasis in blood management and core measures. In Pediatrics, his area of interest includes hospital and perioperative medicine as well as pediatric obesity, eating disorders, metabolic syndrome and transition to adulthood of patients with complex chronic diseases of childhood.
After 17 years in Northern California, I headed south where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of California, Riverside, in 1984 and promptly entered the private sector. A glutton for punishment, I returned for post-baccalaureate studies in Computer Science in 1987 after which I earned my Doctor of Medicine in 1991 from the Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest University. Love called & romance blossomed, so I returned to the San Francisco Bay Area where I completed my Family Medicine residency at Merrithew Memorial Hospital at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine in 1994.
After 3 years wandering around the country as a locum tenens physician and collecting a dozen state licenses along the way, I was feeling rather masochistic once more. So I applied for subspecialty training, completing my Fellowship in Geriatrics at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in 1998. I joined the faculty as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and was appointed Director of the Ambulatory Geriatric Center in Greenville, NC. In 2003, I was recruited by Cenegenics Medical Institute to build it into the ubiquitous presence it is today in your airline inflight magazines. After 7 years as an employed physician, I left to return to my family medicine & geriatric roots by developing a small private practice.
I have served as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Nevada, School of Medicine since 2004 and recently became an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine & Geriatrics at the Touro University Nevada College of Medicine. Along the way, I have written many articles, given many presentations, and made myself available to both patients and colleagues.