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Gastroenterology Fellowship

Methodist Health System’s Fellowship Program

Paul Tarnasky, MD

The Methodist Dallas Gastroenterology (GI) Fellowship was initiated and accredited by the ACGME in December 2012. We currently accept two fellows per year with a total complement of six fellows an academic year. Our fellows join us from across the country with diverse research and clinical interest.

We welcome you to take a look at our program and contact us with any questions you may have.

Paul R. Tarnasky, MD, FACG, Medical Director, Methodist Digestive Institute, Program Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship at Methodist Dallas Medical Center

About the Gastroenterology Fellowship

Our fellowship training program is designed to form strong foundations in the evaluation and management of gastrointestinal and hepatic diseases. Toward that end, rotations are structured to promote learning about the pathophysiology, histology, endoscopy, and radiography needed to provide excellent patient care. Fellows have ample opportunities to gain experience in both general and advanced endoscopy during their 3 years of training.

In addition to our regular curriculum, regional didactic and live endoscopy courses are frequently held at Methodist Dallas. Our key clinical faculty members are local and national experts in their fields and actively participate in numerous investigator-initiated and sponsored single center and multi-center research projects.

For more information, please contact Lucia Robledo at (214) 947-2285 or