Dr. Kenneth F. Binmoeller
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|Practice:||California Pacific Medical Center|
|Med. School:||Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Of Yeshiva University|
|Online Appt. Scheduling:||Unknown|
|Accepting New Patients:||Y|
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Dr. Kenneth F. Binmoeller has an excellent overall rating on RateMDs.com.
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Gastroenterologist-related: Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome, GI cancer, bowel disease, stomach, intestines, bowels and other structures, such as the liver, gall bladder, pancreas and esophagus, and focus on maladies that include ulcers, jaundice, colitis, hepatitis, cancer, eating disorders, GIST
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||21/06/14||5||5||5||5||Dr. Binmoeller is nothing short of a miracle worker. I had a pretty large tumor in my Esophagus that could not have been removed by a simple Endoscopy. I was referred to Dr. Binmoeller as a last resort before surgery. Imagine this - using tiny equipment to remove a large tumor from the inside of your body without surgery! Absolutely brilliant! And if that's not enough - he's also a really nice guy with a very pleasant demeanor. I am so very grateful to Dr. Binmoeller!||Respond|
||06/02/14||SYSTEM: 'birds of a feather' rating (based on Medicare patients-in-common): 5.0||Respond|
||20/10/13||SYSTEM: First Name changed from "Kenneth" to "Kenneth F."|
||13/07/10||5||5||5||5||Dr. Binmoeller has to be one of the best doctors in the country. I went to many famous doctors before him and he solved my problem. He saved me from life threatening invasive surgery. If I had a million dollars I would donated it to his program. If you know anyone with a diganosis of stage 0-IA esphagus cancer he is the one and only to go to. A big thank you to Dr. Binmoeller and his great professional staff.||Respond|
I saw Dr Binmoller as a consulting physician for a capsule endoscopy and endoscopy. I was in the ICU at CPMC and my GI and 2 other GI Drs scoped me for GI bleeding. I requested the capsule, this was 2002 and my Dr didn't even know that they were doing it at his own hospital. Dr Binmoller saw me in ICU and he spent about 20-30 minutes getting my history, he scheduled the capsule, then followed with an upper endoscopy, diagnosed Crohn's in my duodenum (I've had Crohn's for 35 years in my small bowel) and he recommended Remicade treatment. Previous to seeing him I was in ICU for close to 20 days. The Remicade treatment worked and the bleeding stopped right away. Mind you, 3 other Dr. scoped me prior to Dr Binmoller. He save my life in my opinion. He is an interventional GI Dr. Ive seen many GI Drs in the past 40 years, he is among the very finest!