Please help The Liver Institute at Methodist Dallas in welcoming their newest physician to the team, Dr. Mangesh R. Pagadala, M.D.! Already well respected, The Liver Institute is thrilled to expand its line-up by adding yet another member to their team of top-rated physicians and surgeons. Dr. Ed Dominguez , Medical Director of Organ Transplant Infectious Disease, expressed why this new addition is a strong fit:
“We are fortunate to have Dr. Pagadala join the Liver Institute at Methodist Dallas. His cutting-edge skill in the management of liver disease, honed at the renowned Cleveland Clinic, will advance our various programs for the benefit of our patients and referring physicians.”
As a board-certified Transplant Hepatologist and Gastroenterologist, Dr. Pagadala specializes in gastrointestinal disorders including, but not limited to, viral hepatitis, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, portal hypertension and cirrhosis complications, hepatocellular carcinoma and adult liver transplantation. After beginning his studies in India, he completed his education through an internal medicine residency at North Shore Medical Center in Salem, Massachusetts and a fellowship at Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to participating in clinical research, as a member of the American College of Gastroenterology and the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, Dr. Pagadala is currently involved in writing articles for medical journals and textbooks.
Dr. Pagadala will be practicing out of the Dallas branch of The Liver Institute. When asked why he is excited to join their team, he said,
“I am excited to join The Liver Institute as it is comprised of a core group of dedicated physicians, surgeons and ancillary staff, all of whom are committed to providing world class care in the field of liver disease and transplantation.”
Read more about The Liver Institute’s newest physician, Dr. Mangesh R. Pagadala, here.