Additional Locations for Carolyn Newberry, M.D.
- 156 William StreetNew York
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- Aetna Weill Cornell Medicine
- Amida Care
- EmblemHealth HIP
- Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Group Health Incorporated
- Rockefeller University - CoreSource
- VNSNY CHOICE
About Carolyn Newberry, M.D.
Carolyn Newberry is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College and Attending Physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. She is a clinical gastroenterologist with advanced training in nutrition and obesity sciences.Dr. Newberry received her B.S. from The George Washington University majoring in Biological Anthropology. She then attended medical school at Temple University School of Medicine and completed internal medicine residency and fellowship in gastroenterology during which she served as a Chief Fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. While in fellowship, Dr. Newberry also completed advanced training in nutrition through the Nestle Nutrition Institute and is a board-certified Physician Nutrition Specialist (PNS).Dr. Newberry’s primary clinical and research interests lie in defining the relationship between GI, nutrition, and obesity. She has published multiple review papers and original articles examining diet’s role in treating common gastrointestinal diseases, the link between malnutrition and gut pathology, and optimal therapy for obesity management. She performs general upper endoscopy and colonoscopy and sees clinic patients in a multi-disciplinary obesity management center as well as with a variety of nutritionally-related complications of GI disease.
- NewYork-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center
- NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital
Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition
Functional Bowel Disorder
Gastrointestinal Intolerance to Foods
GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (ibd)
Placement of Feeding Tube
Referral to Bariatric Surgeon
Short Gut Syndrome
Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
Unexplained Weight Loss
- Internal Medicine