Dr. Romano has an average wait time of 16 – 30 minutes at their office(s).
Dr. Thomas Romano, MD
Overview of Dr. Thomas Romano, MD
Dr. Thomas Romano, MD is a Gastroenterology Specialist in Liverpool, NY. They specialize in Gastroenterology, has 39 years of experience, and is board certified in Internal Medicine. They graduated from Columbia U, College of Phys/Surg and is affiliated with Oswego Hospital.
Dr. Romano works at
Dr. Romano's Office Locations
- Oswego Hospital
Experience & Treatment Frequency
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- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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Ratings & Reviews
How was your appointment with Dr. Romano?
Dr. Romano saved my life.. I fell very ill in 1999.. before there was much talk of celiac disease. Being Italian and 37 eating Italian food my whole life, how could I be allergic. I was 90 pounds dehydrated and malnutrition and he was able to diagnose me .. Its been 21 years and my experience with him was professional caring and spot on and I've been well ever since, Thank you Dr. ROMANO!!!
About Dr. Thomas Romano, MD
- 39 years of experience
Education & Certifications
- Yale-New Haven Hosp
- Washington University
- Wash U-Barnes Hosp
- Columbia U, College of Phys/Surg
- Internal Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions
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Dr. Romano has seen patients for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Abdominal Pain, Diverticulitis and Intestinal, and more. You can see other conditions treated by Dr. Romano on their profile. Please call the provider’s office to confirm all visit reasons.
34 patients have reviewed Dr. Romano. The overall rating for this provider is 2.9. You can read verified reviews and ratings and leave your own review based on your experience with Dr. Romano.
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