Items Tagged ‘pediatric gastroenterology’

'We Don't Feel Alone'

June 24, 2019

‘We Don’t Feel Alone’

By uclahealth uclahealth

“We love coming back to see everybody who took care of Rose,” says Melody Curtis, mother to five-year-old Rose Curtis, who is enjoying the NICU Reunion. “At 14 weeks Rose was diagnosed with something called an omphalocele, which means her spleen, stomach and intestines were outside her abdominal wall when she was born. She was […]

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Tags: featured, NICU, NICU nurses, NICU Reunion, omphalocele, patient story, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatrics


March 29, 2018

We love our pediatrician!

By chialyn khpatterson

As a first-time mother of a wonderful child who presented with some unexpected health challenges that required two hospitalizations with many diagnostic procedures and two surgeries within the first year of his life, we are so thankful and appreciative of our pediatrician, Dr. Karen Lin. From the day our little one was born, she has […]

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Tags: bedside manner, Doctors Day, Dr. Elaheh Vahabnezhad, Dr. Iqbal Rashid, Dr. Karen Lin, Dr. Mindy Ross, first-time mother, health challenges, hospitalizations, medical team, patient stories, pediatric gastroenterology


March 30, 2016

Dr. Elizabeth Marcus

By portersparks portersparks

Dr. Marcus is my daughter’s pediatric GI physician. She is very kind and goes beyond normal expectations of a doctor. My family lives 2 hours away from UCLA and Dr. Marcus always takes that into consideration. She has made herself available via email and several times in clinic when needed. I appreciate the attentiveness and […]

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Tags: Doctors Day, Dr. Elizabeth Marcus, patient stories, pediatric gastroenterology