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Gastroenterology, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
American Board of Internal Medicine, Subspecialty in Gastroenterology
Joined Virginia Mason - January 2011
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Too early to tell, but feel I´m in excellent hand to determine diagnosis & care. SO glad I came to VM!
They are excellent. I wouldn´t drive 250 miles if they weren´t.
She is an excellent provider.
I feel like my health is important to Dr. Boden too.
I love Dr. Boden!
Dr. Boden is amazing. very personable thorough in her questions and prompt with follow up.
She explained every thing wonderful I trust her very much.
Stool sample instructions conflict with lab technician confusing.
Dr. Boden is amazing! I feel very fortunate to have her as my Dr for my illness. She´s extremely caring, smart and proactive.
It´s all good, and I already have and will recommend her (Dr. Boden) to others! Thank you!
Only spent about two minutes with her. Completely a waste of my time and money. Very disappointed.
Appointment was fast paced.
Dr. Boden’s areas of expertise include Crohn’s disease, celiac disease and ulcerative colitis. She is also a basic and clinical researcher with Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason.
• New Biorepository Studies Celiac Disease
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, 2003
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, 2006
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 2009
Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, 2011
“I believe that the patient-physician relationship is based on communication, support and trust, and it is my goal to establish these with each patient. I enjoy being in a specialty that allows me to work with patients over many years.”
“Although we do not have a cure for inflammatory bowel disease, it is my goal to improve the daily lives of my patients. At the same time, my research is focused on understanding why people develop inflammatory bowel disease and developing new therapies that improve symptoms and may ultimately lead to a cure.”
On Virginia Mason
“I feel privileged to be a part of the Digestive Disease Institute at Virginia Mason, a team that provides my patients with the highest quality integrated medical and surgical care.”
Elisa K. Boden, MD - Curriculum Vitae