Anas Bitar

Anas Bitar, MD

Pediatric Gastroenterology
Languages: English, Arabic
48 Ratings, 10 Reviews
HonorHealth Medical Group


  • Pediatric Gastroenterology


  • Residency

    Tulane University School of Medicine
  • Education

    Aleppo University Hospital
  • Fellowship

    Oklahoma Childrens Hospital
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics/Gastroenterology


Dr. Anas Bitar obtained his medical degree at Aleppo University in Syria. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Tulane University in New Orleans, and his fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology at the University of Oklahoma. He is board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Pediatrics and Pediatric Gastroenterology. As a father of three, he understands the importance of providing personalized and family focused delivery of care for patients. “My goal is for parents to not only understand my recommendations, but also my reasons behind them,” states Dr. Bitar. He enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with his family.

Care philosophy

My goal is for parents to not only understand my recommendations, but also my reasons behind them.


  • Traveling
  • Reading
  • Spending time with family

Ratings & Reviews

4.8 out of 5
Patient Rating - 48 Ratings
Provider discussed treatment options
Provider showed concern
Provider explained things clearly
Provider included you in decisions
Likelihood of recommending this provider
10 Reviews

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