“I want my patients to enjoy the best health possible. Listening, understanding, and educating are central to my philosophy of care.”
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S. Charles Oh, M.D., specializes in the treatment of digestive diseases, including anorectal conditions, hemorrhoids, colonic neoplasms, cancer, polyps, diverticulosis, esophageal reflux, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), hepatitis, hiatal hernia, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s disease.
Dr. Oh received his medical degree from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center/ Mount Sinai School of Medicine and a Clinical Fellowship in Gastroenterology at Lahey Clinic Medical Center/Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. He is board certified in gastroenterology by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Oh has been practicing medicine for nearly three decades. Known for his warm and approachable style, he was recently named a Top Doctor by NJ Monthly Magazine.
Friendly staff. Dr Oh is polite and listens to you with understanding.
— Charles Humphrey
Recently had another colonoscopy, he is extremely personable and easy to speak with. He is my new gastroenterologist as my doctor of over 20 years is now retired.
— Fay Clark
My experience with Dr. Oh has been wonderful. Dr. Oh is very professional and knowledgeable. He is very patient in explaining all the concerns and questions I had. He is very thorough and his assistant calls to make sure everything is alright after my procedure.
— Edmund Auw
Dr.Oh and Dr.Arena are very professional. The office staff were helpful and efficient.
— Francine “Franie”
My visit with Dr. Oh was seamless in its' scheduling and coordination of care I received from office personnel. Dr. Oh is very easy to speak to and he understands that I am interested in my own health. So, once the doctor listened carefully, he prescribed a course of treatment to include a colonoscopy. Since I have experienced problems in the past with the removal of a sizeable polyp and periods of constipation which included an episode of bowel impact, the colonoscopy at this point was a good idea. I told the doctor that I really wanted to know what was causing me to have constipation. Since I am a major fan of large doses of fruits & vegetables, a surgeon at Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack stated that I was eating too much of these. I drink at least 2 gallons of water daily along with other liquids and eat sufficient (albeit possibly too much) fiber, it is a puzzle that needs to be solved. Hopefully, the Colonoscopy will disclose why I am having problems.
— One Of The Best!
Very caring, understanding, respectful and kind.
— Mia Meeks