Dr. Murray Orbuch is board-certified in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, currently an Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Instructor in Medicine at The New York University School of Medicine. He has been on faculty at both hospitals for 20 years and in private practice for 16 years. Dr. Orbuch completed internship and residency at The New York University Medical Center and fellowship in gastroenterology at Georgetown University Medical Center and The National Institutes of Health.

He has authored 16 scholarly papers and book chapters, was co-director of Mount Sinai Hospital’s Colon Cancer Screening Program and voted by his peers as one of New York City-Metro “Super Doctors™” 2010-2015. Dr. Murray Orbuch has been named to the prestigious 2015 Castle-ConnollyTM directory of Best Doctors in America.

Our Philosophy

Dr. Orbuch is committed to providing his patients with the best care possible, spending unhurried time with patients to fully and accurately diagnosis the problem.

Through his affiliation with two world-class medical centers, The Mount Sinai Hospital and New York University-Langone Medical Center, he is able to further provide timely access to the best and latest medical technology along with other specialty care when needed.

Hospital Affiliations

The Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York University-Langone Medical Center
Board Certification

Board Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine-Gastroenterology and Hepatology (1999)

Fellowship

The National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD (July 1992 – June 1994)
Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC (July 1991-June1992)
Internship and Residency

The New York University Medical Center, New York (July 1987– June 1990)

Medical School

State University of New York-Downstate College of Medicine (1983-1987)

Graduate School

New York University (Biochemistry) 1982

Undergraduate School

Brooklyn College, May 1981

Membership and Association

American College of Gastroenterology
American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Bio

Dr. Orbuch is an avid photographer and wine connoisseur and is conversant in four languages, English, Hebrew, Romanian and Yiddish.

Hospital Affiliations

The Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York University-Langone Medical Center

Board Certification

Board Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine-Gastroenterology and
Hepatology (1999)

Fellowship

The National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD (July 1992 – June 1994)
Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC (July 1991-June1992)

Internship and Residency

The New York University Medical Center, New York (July 1987 – June 1990)

Medical School

State University of New York-Downstate College of Medicine (1983-1987)

Graduate School

New York University (Biochemistry) 1982

Undergraduate School

Brooklyn College, May 1981

Membership and Association

American College of Gastroenterology
American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Bio

Dr. Orbuch is an avid photographer and wine connoisseur and is conversant in

Package four languages, English, Hebrew, Romanian and Yiddish.