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Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Gastroenterology and Hepatology Research
On staff since November 2011
He is an amazing doctor and shows that he cares for all his patients. I have been seeing him for crohn's for almost 2 years now.
I would like to recommend Dr Fahl whole-heartedly. Dr Fahl cared for our daughter for 4 years. He is incredibly perceptive and intelligent. Balance that with a sweet sensitivity and compassion, and he is the exactly the kind of doctor you want. He understood the concerns of a teenager with a bowel disorder, as well as, the worries of her parents. Our daughter has been in remission from Ulcerative Colitis for over 3 years now, thanks to Dr Fahl's care. You are very fortunate to have him, Seattle.
Dr. Fahl was amazing. I have never had a doctor care for me like Dr. Fahl did. I saw him at UNM and I had many complications with and after surgery. I was in the hospital weekly for 2 years straight and Dr. Fahl never missed one of those visits. I would call him on his cell when I was on my was to the ER and he was there waiting for me, and most of the visits started around midnight. So Dr. Fahl is an amazing doctor and person. You'll be luckey to have him help you or your child! Thank you Dr. Fahl.
Dr Fahl provided the most excellent care to my daughter while at UNM Children's Hospital. While my daughters case is rare and required allot of research, Dr Fahl always went the extra step to educate us on our daughter's condition and what care she needed. We truly miss Dr Fahl and appreciate that he is still making himself available to us. This shows that he truly does care about his patients.
Dr. Fahl is a wonderful educator and clearly dedicated to his patients. Working with him is always a pleasure.
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