Teodor Cristian Pitea
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Teodor Pitea, MD

Interventional Gastroenterology
Languages: English, Romanian
109 Ratings, 14 Reviews

Specialties

  • Interventional Gastroenterology

Credentials

  • Residency

    St Luke'S-Roosevelt Hospital Center
  • Education

    Universitatea de Med si Farmacie Iuliu Hatieganu
  • Fellowship

    St Luke'S-Roosevelt Hospital Center
  • Internship

    Marie Curie Children's Clinical Hospital
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Internal Medicine/Gastroenterology

About

With a passion for advanced therapeutic endoscopy, Dr. Pitea works to advance the field of endoscopic surgery in Arizona by providing complex, leading-edge endoscopic interventions. He has published many abstracts and has spoken at several national conferences and is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Gastroenterology.

Care philosophy

Dr. Pitea treats all his patients like family. His goal is to always be available, sparing no energy to deliver the highest-quality medical care possible.

Ratings & Reviews

4.9 out of 5
Patient Rating - 109 Ratings
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14 Reviews

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