800A 5th Ave | Suite 206 | New York, NY 10065

How can I find out if I am gluten intolerant?

Celiac disease is a medical condition that can cause a wide range of unpleasant symptoms if left untreated. An upper endoscopy is often  recommended to make an accurate diagnosis.

Should I see a GI doctor for my abdominal pain?

There are many possible causes of stomach pain and an evaluation with an experienced gastroenterologist is the first step to diagnosing your condition and determining the best treatment options.

What can I expect at my colon cancer screening?

A colon cancer screening is an effective, painless procedure that can detect the first signs of colorectal cancer. We offer the latest colonoscopy technology for greater precision & higher detection rates.

What causes rectal bleeding & is it serious?

There are numerous causes of rectal bleeding, which can range from minor to serious. An evaluation with a gastroenterologist will provide you with an understanding of what's causing it & how it can be treated.

Welcome to Anthony S. Borcich, MD PC

What We Do

In our practice we make every effort to provide the highest level of health care delivery. We are experts in gastroenterology and liver diseases, and are well trained in internal medicine. We stress a patient centered approach, and believe we function best as your consultant on relevant matters of your health. We do our best to outline the benefits, risks, and alternatives in every health care decision, believing an informed patient will most often come to the best decisions concerning their health. We apply a judicious and cautious approach to medication recommendations and, in many instances, explain why little or no medicine is in your best interest.

We hope you find our website useful, and look forward to together taking the next step in your well-being.

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Dr. Borcich

Dr. Anthony Borcich is an engaging gastroenterologist treating patients in Greater New York City. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Borcich is a member of the American Gastroenterological Association. He speaks English, Spanish and French.

Dr. Borcich earned his bachelor of arts in biochemistry and molecular biology at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. He studied medicine at Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago. Dr. Borcich completed both his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in gastroenterology at Columbia / St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York.

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800A 5th Ave | Suite 206 | New York, NY 10065 | Phone: 212.722.8400

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