Carla H. Ginsburg, MD, MPH, AGAF

Primary Practice: Gastroenterology
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“I became a doctor because I wanted a career where I could make a difference in peoples’ lives on both a personal and broader community level,” relates Dr. Ginsburg. Dovetailing off her extensive immunology research in Inflammatory Bowel Disease as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Ginsburg collaborated with the CDC and the American Gastroenterological Association to create a national program that provides pro bono colonoscopies to the under-insured and the uninsured. She brings years of experience to GMA, as well as the ability to foster trusting relationships with her patients built on open communication. “It is important for a physician to have empathy and compassion, and I hope I convey that to my patients,” Dr. Ginsburg says.


Over 20 years in private practice

Medical Education

M.D.: Mount Sinai School of Medicine
M.P.H.: Yale University School of Public Health


Mount Sinai Hospital
Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Advanced Training

Clinical Fellow in Gastroenterology: Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Research Fellow in Gastroenterology: Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine


Alpha Omega Alpha, Member; American Gastroenterological Association, Member, Fellow; Massachusetts Medical Society, Member; Digestive Disease National Coalition; Alliance of Specialty Medicine; National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable

Personal Interests

Art, historical fiction, travel, biking

At this point in time

I Am Accepting New Patients