Dr. Jason Korenblit joined the Center for Digestive Health from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He earned his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College and his master of business administration with a concentration in health systems from Widener University. Dr. Korenblit completed his training in internal medicine and clinical gastroenterology and hepatology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, before completing an additional year of training in advanced therapeutic endoscopy. He continued as an assistant professor in internal medicine and gastroenterology with a practice focusing on pancreas and biliary disorders, GI cancers, and small bowel endoscopy.
Dr. Korenblit has published in the field of pancreaticobiliary disorders and endoscopic ultrasound and has presented at national meetings on endoscopic techniques. His special interests include ERCP, the removal of stones and treatment of tumors in the pancreas and bile ducts, and endoscopic ultrasound as a minimally invasive approach to gastrointestinal disorders. He also focuses on innovative treatments of bleeding throughout the GI tract.
Dr. Korenblit is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology. He is a member of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and the American Gastroenterological Association.