10 GI physicians making headlines — May 2018

Here are 10 gastroenterologists who made headlines in May:

ISMIE Mutual Insurance Co., elected Adrienne Fregia, MD, to its board of directors.

Rachna Shroff, MD, joined Tucson-based University of Arizona Cancer Center to serve as its gastrointestinal medical oncology chief. She will also serve as its Data and Safety Monitoring Board chair and as an associate professor.

Kansas City (Kan.) VA Medical Center appointed Ahmed Saeed, MD, head of endoscopy.

Garfield Grandison, MD, will begin seeing patients at King's Daughters Ohio in Portsmouth.

Gastroenterologist Marc Subik, MD, is rejoining Marshall University, Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital, all in Huntington, W.Va.

Freeport, Ill.-based FHN Memorial Hospital added gastroenterologist Timothy Laurie, DO, to its staff.

Patient Preferred Physicians and Practitioners named Isaac Raijman, MD, a Patient Preferred Physician in Texas.

Augusta-based Medical College of Georgia named Kenneth Vega, MD, its new chief of gastroenterology.

The International Association of HealthCare Professionals named Saritha Gorantla, MD, among those recognized in its The Leading Physicians of the World publication.

Gastroenterologist Harold Bornstein, MD, claims a letter decreeing then-candidate Donald Trump was in "extraordinary" health was written by Mr. Trump himself.

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