"My approach to medicine follows a very basic structure: listen, observe, and then act.
From this structure, I tailor care as much as possible to an individual's needs. To cure the problems I can, manage those problems that today have no cure, and improve someone's quality of life whenever possible at all stages of care."
Thomas Jefferson University Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA
Stanford University Medical Center
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy including Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)
Dr. Slosberg is a New York native. He attended Mt. Sinai Medical School in New York and completed his fellowship at Stanford University. Dr. Slosberg was an Assistant Professor of Medicine, as well as Acting Chief of Endoscopy at Stanford University prior to joining WWMG GI Department in October 1998. Dr. Slosberg is married to Dori and they have one daughter. The Slosberg family enjoys skiing, cycling, photography and cinema.