About Cary Patt, M.D.
Dr. Patt pursued his undergraduate degree at Cornell University. He then attended The Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He did his residency training at Boston Medical Center and then stayed an extra year to serve as Chief Medical Resident. He then went to Johns Hopkins Hospital to do his fellowship in gastroenterology. At Johns Hopkins Dr. Patt was awarded the Schering Plough / American Association for the Study of Liver Disease advanced hepatology fellowship, which enabled him to pursue subspecialty training in liver disease and liver transplantation.Schedule Appointment
Patient Care Philosophy
I feel that patient care goes beyond medical and procedural expertise. It requires an individualized approach with an understanding of everyone’s unique situation and concerns. You will always be treated with openness, honesty and respect. I want patients to have a solid understanding of their issues in order to feel secure in the decision-making process.
Colorectal cancer screening and prevention
Inflammatory bowel disease
Cornell University, BS
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MD
Boston Medical Center, Boston University School of Medicine, Internship, Residency and Chief Residency
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Gastroenterology
Board Certifications and Societies
Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate of the Subspecialty of Gastroenterology/ABIM
I have been seeing Dr. Patt for several years now, pre and post-cancer. He is so kind, so sincere and very informative. I could not imagine my journey without him.Read All Reviews
Dr. Patt is great! Always has a smile and is easy going. He listens well to my concerns and addresses each of them.Read All Reviews
Dr. Patt is such a wonderful physician! He truly understands what is going on with me.Read All Reviews