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RICHARD I. STONE, M.D.

EDUCATION:
1968-1972

University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont (College)

1972-1976

University of Guadalajara
Guadalajara, Mexico (Medical School)

1976-1977

5th Pathway: Downstate University
Maimonides Medical Center

1977-1980

Medical Residency: Chief Resident – 1980
Mount Sinai Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut

1980-1982

G.I. Fellowship:
University of Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT

Continuing Education:

March 28-April 1, 1988 “Update in Gastroenterology”
Harvard Medical School - 33 credits
October 1997

“Review of Gastroenterology”
George Washington University Medical School - 40 credits


BOARD CERTIFICATIONS:  
September 1987          
Internal Medicine

LICENSURE:

Connecticut Medical License: #21425

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

Chief of GI Section at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
2007 – Present

Attending Staff, Mount Sinai Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut

Attending Staff, Saint Francis Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut

Attending Staff, Hartford Hospital
Hartford, Connecticut

Board of Directors, PHO
Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Hospital

Medical Executive Committee
Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Hospital

Member Strategic Planning Committee
Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Hospital

Steering Committee
Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Hospital

PUBLICATION:

“Hepatic Calcifications in a Patient with Gaucher’s Disease”; Richard I. Stone, M.D., Jay Benson, M.D., Bruce Tronic, M.D., and Thomas Brennan, M.D.
The American Journal of Gastroenterology 77:95,1982


LECTURES:

April “Cirirhotic Ascites” Medical Grand Rounds Mount Sinai Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut 
 
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