Dr. Jacob Feagans completed his residency at Tulane University in New Orleans, La., and a gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Miami and Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami, FL where he was chief fellow. Dr. Feagans is board-certified in gastroenterology since 2011.
Dr. Feagans’ goal is to deliver friendly, efficient, high-quality care in a timely manner. He treats patients for a wide range of gastrointestinal diseases. With a commitment to the most excellent quality of patient care, his patients feel supported and empowered to live their healthiest lives.
Additionally, he is trained in advanced endoscopic techniques, including:
• Esophageal pH monitoring
• Resection of complex polyps
• Capsule endoscopy (PillCamTM)
• Remote motility testing (SmartPillTM)
• Machine technology to improve liver transplant survival and organ allocation
Meals ready to eat: a brief history and clinical vignette with discussion on civilian applications. Jacob M. Feagans, Darius A. Jahann, Jamie S. Barkin> ;Military Medicine. 2010 Mar 1 15 citations
Interstitial pneumonitis in the transplant patient: consider sirolimus-associated pulmonary toxicity. Jacob Feagans, David W. Victor, Martin Moehlen, Sander Florman, Fredric Regenstein, Luis A. Balart, Shobha Joshi, Mary Killackey, Douglas P. Slakey, Anil Paramesh ;The Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society. 2009 Jan 1 25 citations
Crohn disease of the esophagus: a review of the literature. Jacob Feagans, David W. Victor, Virendra Joshi> ;Southern Medical Journal. 2008 Sep 1