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Highly rated in
14
conditions
Highly rated in
14
conditions
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About Dr. Steven Schechter

Steven Schechter is a Colorectal Surgeon and a General Surgeon in Providence, Rhode Island. Schechter has been practicing medicine for over 37 years and is highly rated in 14 conditions, according to our data. His top areas of expertise are Anal Cancer, Hemorrhoids, Retroperitoneal Inflammation, and Genital Warts. He is licensed to treat patients in Rhode Island. Schechter is currently accepting new patients.

His clinical research consists of co-authoring 13 peer reviewed articles and participating in 1 clinical trial in the past 15 years.

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Accepts Medicare

Dr. Steven Schechter accepts the following insurance:

  •  Ambetter
Locations
208 Collyer St, Providence, RI 02904
Other Locations
208 Collyer St, Providence, RI 02904
900 Warren Ave, Ste 200 E, East Providence, RI 02914
Background & Education
Graduate Institution
University Of Rochester School Of Medicine And Dentistry, 1985.0
Specialties
Colorectal Surgery
General Surgery
Licenses
Colon & Rectal Surgery in RI
Hospital Affiliations
Landmark Medical Center
Rhode Island Hospital
Saint Annes Hospital
Miriam Hospital
Languages Spoken
English
Portuguese
Spanish
Gender
Male
Clinical Research

Clinical research consists of overseeing clinical studies of patients undergoing new treatments and therapies, and publishing articles in peer reviewed medical journals. Doctors who actively participate in clinical research are generally at the forefront of the fields and aware of the most up-to-date advances in treatments for their patients.


1 Clinical Trials

Randomized Trial Comparing Standard Ferguson Technique With the EnSeal Device During Hemorrhoidectomy
13 Total Publications

Can Anal Cytology Be a Tool in Following Patients Treated for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Anus?
Summary: Can Anal Cytology Be a Tool in Following Patients Treated for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Anus?


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