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Dr. Emily Battle specializes in gastroenterology, internal medicine in South Charleston, West Virginia.
Dr. Emily Battle has been compared 273 times. Details of Dr. Battle's 21 years experience as an MD, her hospital affiliation and education at West Virginia University are available on your free doctor report.
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An internist who specializes in diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the digestive organs including the stomach, bowels, liver and gallbladder. This specialist treats conditions such as abdominal pain, ulcers, diarrhea, cancer, and jaundice and performs complex diagnostic and therapeutic procedures using endoscopes to see internal organs. and Internal MedicineInternal Medicine
A personal physician who provides long term, comprehensive care in the office and the hospital, managing both common and complex illness of adolescents, adults, and the elderly. Internists are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, infections, and diseases affecting the heart, blood, kidneys, joints, and digestive, respiratory and vascular systems. They are also trained in the essentials of primary care internal medicine which incorporates an understanding of disease prevention, wellness, substance abuse, mental health, and effective treatment of common problems of the eyes, ear, skin, nervous system, and reproductive organs..
She obtained board certification from The American Board of Internal Medicine for Gastroenterology.
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Dr. Battle attended medical school at West Virginia University School of Medicine and graduated in 1993 having 21 years experience.
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