Victor Dugue

Victor Dugue enjoys playing music and being healthy. He'd never spent a night in a hospital before his heart attack. NYM's doctors performed surgery and helped him make changes in his life. He was back to playing the organ in his church within weeks.

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Patient Population | Gastroenterology Fellowship Program

  • NYM's patient population encompasses a mixed balance of ethnic and socioeconomic groups, reflecting the diverse nature of our borough. New York Methodist Hospital’s adult and pediatric patients are drawn from the multicultural neighborhoods surrounding Park Slope and referred through the NYM ambulatory practices and satellite clinics/office practices.
  • Interfaith Medical Center’s patients are from the multicultural neighborhoods of Brooklyn (Caribbean, African-American, middle eastern, Haitian, Russian) including recent immigrants referred through the IMC clinics and satellite clinics.
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell Medical Center patients are drawn from multicultural groups in Manhattan and surrounding boroughs.
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