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Dr. Richy Chen is a general gastroenterologist dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge in diagnosis and treatment of all gastrointestinal and liver issues.
Dr. Chen knows that a complex gastrointestinal system plays a large part in our daily lives, and it is not uncommon for abdominal symptoms to occur that can stop us in our tracks. As a gastroenterologist, he is able to make a direct impact on his patients’ lives. With evidence-based medical knowledge and endoscopic skills, Dr. Chen can diagnosis and treat a multitude of gastroenterological conditions such as acid reflux, constipation, liver disorders, inflammatory bowel diseases and detection and removal of precancerous colon polyps.
With Dr. Chen, patients can expect to have an active listener who will partner with them to address their gastroenterological and liver conditions.
In his free time, Dr. Chen enjoys biking, running, hiking, watching movies in the theater, trying new restaurants and learning about new technologies.
Medical Degree: St. George’s University, School of Medicine, M.D, cum laude
Medical Residency: New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital / Weill Cornell Medicine
Medical Fellowship: New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital / Weill Cornell Medicine
Undergraduate Degree: University of California, Davis – B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Awards & Recognitions
- 2018 ACG Auxiliary Award and Presidential Award, American College of Gastroenterology 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting
- 2017 Excellence in Research Award 2016-2017, Department of Medicine, New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
- 2016 HCAPHS Patient Survey Award for Excellence in Patient Care, Department of Medicine, New York Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
- 2014 Excellence in Community Service, Montefiore Mount Vernon Hospital, November 2014
- 2014 Inducted into Iota Epsilon Alpha International Medical Honor Society, St. George’s University, School of Medicine
- 2010 Citation for Outstanding Performance in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of California, Davis
- American College of Gastroenterology Member
- American Gastroenterological Association Member
Chen, Richy C., Naiyanetr, P., Shu, S.A., Wang, J., Yang, G.X., Kenny, T.P., Guggenheim, K.C., Butler, J.D., Bowlus, C., Tao, M.H., Kurth, M.J., Ansari, A.A., Kaplan, M., Coppel, R.L., Lleo, A., Gershwin, M.E., Leung, P.S. Antimitochondrial Antibody Heterogeneity and the Xenobiotic Etiology of Primary Biliary Cirrhosis. Hepatology. 2013 Apr;57(4):1498-508.
Practice: GI Alliance