Geza Remak, MD
To become a good physician one has to learn to listen, to be humble and to accept the limitations of current human knowledge! Simply know when it’s time to pray. Teaching and practicing medicine is the second most satisfying gift in my life. The first is the fact that I am blessed with my loving wife, four daughters and three sons and three precious grandchildren. I was born in Budapest, Hungary and plan to die in Mississippi. In the meantime, I live life like music. Enjoy the harmony – don’t miss a beat – but always know when it is time to pause.
Education and Training
Dr. Remak attended undergraduate and medical school at the Szent-Gyorgyi Medical University in Szeged, Hungary. Graduated “Summa cum Laude” in 1976. After National Board Certification in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology worked as teaching attending and assistant professor at the First Dept. of Medicine, Szent-Gyorgyi University Medical School. Dr. Remak moved to the USA in 1988 to participate in NIH research project dealing with intestinal ischemia at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, CO. After ECFMG certification he completed Internal Medicine residency program as Associate Chief Resident at the Cornell University-LaGuardia Hospital residency program in New York, NY. He became ABIM Board Certified in Internal Medicine in 1993 and received GI Board Certification in 1995 after completing the LSU gastroenterology fellowship program in New Orleans, LA. Since 1996 Dr. Remak practiced Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology at the Marshall County Medical Center, Gastroenterology Consultants LLC., TransSouth Healthcare and Remak Gastroenterology Services. He joined the Gastroenterology Center of the MidSouth – now Gastro One in 2005. Dr. Remak was recertified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology in 2003 and 2005.
American College of Physicians
Tennessee Medical Association
Desoto Medical Association
36 original articles and abstracts
Detailed list available on request