Anson Lowe, MD

Gastroenterologist, Pancreas specialist, General gastroenterologist

Associate Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology)
4.7 out of 5
40 Patient Ratings
7 Patient Comments

Digestive Health Center

Digestive Health Center - Endoscopy Suite at Stanford

Digestive Health Center in Redwood City (Endoscopy Suite)

  • 450 Broadway Street
  • Pavilion A, 4th Floor
  • Redwood City, CA 94063
  • Phone: 650-736-5555
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Benign Pancreas Program

  • 900 Blake Wilbur Drive
  • Digestive Health Center
  • Palo Alto, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-736-5555
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Professional Education

  • Medical Education: Mt Sinai School of Medicine (1980) NY
  • Residency: Presbyterian Hospital (1983) NY
  • Board Certification: Gastroenterology, American Board of Internal Medicine (1987)
  • Fellowship: UCSF Medical Center (1989) CA
  • Fellowship: Columbia University School of Public Health (1984) NY
  • Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (1983)
  • Internship: Presbyterian Hospital (1981) NY
  • MD, Mt. Sinai Sch. of Med., Medicine (1980)
  • BA, UC Berkeley, Physiology (1976)

Honors & Awards

  • American Gastroenterology Association Fellow, American Gastroenterology Association (2009)
  • Lester R. Tuchman Award for clinical excellence (graduating class award), Mount Sinai Hospital (1980)
  • AOA inductee, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (1979)
  • Division Teaching Award, Stanford University (2001, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2012)

Administrative Appointments

  • Associate Director, Stanford Digestive Disease Center, Stanford University (2001 - 2012)
  • Co-Director, Stanford Gastroenterology Training Program, Stanford University (2012 - Present)
  • Special Sections Editor, Gastroenterology (journal) (2011 - Present)
  • Associate Editor, The American Journal of Medicine (2000 - 2004)
  • Member, Stanford School of Medicine Awards Committee, Stanford University (2001 - Present)
  • Co-Course Director - Human Health & Disease, Stanford University (2004 - Present)

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4.8

Friendliness

4.5

Recommended to others

4.7

Explanations

4.7

Listens

4.7

Includes you in decisions

4.8

Clear Communication

4.7

Confidence in your doctor

4.3

Wait times

SHC Patient, Apr 2015

I am looking forward to see Dr. Lowe to help me with my condition.

SHC Patient, Apr 2015

Good.

SHC Patient, Feb 2015

It was an excellent experience my provider is very knowledgeable in helped me address my concerns. He emailed me my blood test results & said I can contact him w/any questions. He's very welcoming for that. I am thankful.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

Excellent dr! He explained everything SO well to me.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

He is familiar and joyful.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

Dr. Lowe needs to show more compassion (empathy) in his care. Shock value doesn't help with patients. A bit down with their health issues.

SHC Patient, Apr 2014

Clear, concise, down to earth fully explained.

4.7 out of 5
40 Patient Ratings
7 Patient Comments

SHC Patient, Apr 2015

I am looking forward to see Dr. Lowe to help me with my condition.

SHC Patient, Apr 2015

Good.

SHC Patient, Feb 2015

It was an excellent experience my provider is very knowledgeable in helped me address my concerns. He emailed me my blood test results & said I can contact him w/any questions. He's very welcoming for that. I am thankful.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

Excellent dr! He explained everything SO well to me.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

He is familiar and joyful.

SHC Patient, Jan 2015

Dr. Lowe needs to show more compassion (empathy) in his care. Shock value doesn't help with patients. A bit down with their health issues.

SHC Patient, Apr 2014

Clear, concise, down to earth fully explained.