Gastroenterologist at Hampshire Gastroenterology Associates
Department + Services
Training + Education
Undergraduate School: Columbia College of Columbia University
Medical School: Rutgers University/New Brunswick Campus
Internship Hospital: Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital
Residency Hospital: Rush Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital
Fellowship Hospital: Northwestern University Medical Center
American Board of Internal Medicine
"I chose Gastroenterology, and more my interest in liver disease because as a medical student, the most dramatic, critically ill and complex patients that I saw were most often in this field. As noted the care for these patients stimulated my intellectual curiosity and their recovery gave me the most satisfaction. They were usually the sickest of the sick where I trained, and I like that I could manage their illnesses."
Dr. Zucker is board certified in gastroenterology and internal medicine. He earned his medical degree at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School UMDNJ in New Jersey. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Illinois, and he completed his fellowship in gastroenterology and liver disease at Northwestern University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Zucker spent 10 years researching chronic Hepatitis C.