From left back: Dr. Lawrence Stein; Dr. William Sloan; Dr. Larry Siu; Dr. Matthew Askin
From left front: Dr. Robert Schuman; Dr. Carl Wallach
ablation (RFA) to treat Barrett’s esophagus and reduce the risk of esophageal cancer; and capsule endoscopy to diagnose disorders of the
small intestine. The practice also o;ers banding to treat hemorrhoids.
Throughout their careers, Drs. Askin, Morton, Rosenthal and Schuman have had several key roles within the regional medical community.
They have held and currently hold prominent hospital leadership positions, including president of the medical sta;, chief of gastroenterology, and director of advanced endoscopy. They serve on hospital cancer center committees and are active in training medical students
and residents at both Morristown Medical Center and Saint Barnabas Medical Center. They also have served as past presidents of the New
Jersey Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Society and have been advisors to the American Cancer Society, which recognized the practice
for its commitment to preventing colon cancer. These doctors have received numerous honors from area hospitals, including specialist of
the year and teacher of the year.
HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS: Morristown Medical Center; Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston. MEDICAL TRAINING: Dr. Askin: Mount
Sinai School of Medicine (MD); New York–Presbyterian Hospital (residency); Mount Sinai Medical Center (fellowship). Dr. Morton: SUNY
Health Science Center at Syracuse (MD); Mount Sinai Medical Center (residency and fellowship). Dr. Rosenthal: SUNY Downstate College
of Medicine (MD); Montefiore Medical Center (residency); Yale-New Haven Hospital (fellowship). Dr. Schuman: Duke University School of
Medicine (MD); New York–Presbyterian Hospital (residency); New York–Presbyterian Hospital and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center