Tyler (August 3, 2023) — UT Health East Texas is expanding gastroenterology services in Tyler with the addition of Annie Lin, MD. Dr. Lin is a gastroenterologist and sees patients 18 years and older.
Dr. Lin is interested in general gastroenterology and in treating a wide range of diseases including, but not limited to, gastroesophageal reflux, indigestion, peptic ulcer, liver disease/cirrhosis, inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhea/constipation and colon cancer screening/surveillance.
“Healthcare is a very fulfilling field for me because I am able to make positive changes in others’ everyday lives,” she said. “I also appreciate the intellectual challenges that I face as a physician, and the continuous learning from colleagues and patients.” Dr. Lin was inspired by the close, long-term relationships that gastroenterologists have with their patients — working as a team to combat and defeat long-term illnesses to allow for healthy digestion that is essential to a healthy and happy life.
Dr. Annie Lin is welcoming patients at 11937 U.S. Hwy. 271 in Tyler. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 903-877-7162.
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