In 2009, Dr. Elliot Ellis joined the Digestive Center of the Palm Beaches to provide outstanding, academic level gastroenterology care to the Palm Beach community.
After receiving his undergraduate and medical school degrees at the Ivy League’s University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Elliot Ellis completed his Internal Medicine residency at Yale University. Dr. Ellis went on for fellowship training in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the prestigious Mount Sinai Hospital of New York.
While at Yale University’s New Haven Hospital, Dr. Elliot Ellis received the Chief Resident Recognition Award given to the senior resident with the most exceptional leadership, work ethic, professionalism and commitment to patient care.
While at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York (considered by many to be the most prestigious Gastroenterology Department in the United States), Dr. Ellis was awarded and chosen amongst his peers to be the Chief Gastroenterology Fellow. In June of 2009 he received an appreciation award for “enthusiastic and skillful leadership of the fellows and devotion to the academic missions of the Medical Center.”
After becoming exceptionally skilled in colonoscopy and endoscopy, Dr. Elliot Ellis spent his third year of fellowship as the “advanced endoscopy fellow” dedicated to endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) and fine needle aspiration techniques. He was certified by Mount Sinai School of Medicine in EUS and is the first physician at Good Samaritan Hospital to perform EUS.
Because of Dr. Ellis’s vast experience in managing patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease), Dr. Ellis was appointed to serve on the medical advisory committee to the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation’s South Florida Chapter. Dr. Ellis recently apponted the chief of Gastroenterology at St. Mary’s Hospital.
Dr. Elliot Ellis sees patients in the West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens locations. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Elliot Ellis, please call (561) 802-4206.