Dr. Nadeem Hussain is a fellowship-trained gastroenterologist at Middlesex Gastroenterology Associates. He serves as Middlesex Health's Chief of Gastroenterology, and he is the director of quality at the Middlesex Endoscopy Center.
Education & Clinical Expertise
Dr. Hussain completed his fellowships at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. He completed residencies in internal medicine and general surgery at Washington Hospital Center and Wright State University, respectively, after earning his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. His initial clinical experience was within the U.S. Air Force, and he has been practicing at Middlesex Gastroenterology Associates since 2005.
Dr. Hussain has special interests in C. difficile infection, obesity and nutrition, cysts and tumors within the pancreas, inflammatory bowel disease, liver disease, and advanced imaging and sampling of tumors, lymph nodes, and organs surrounding the GI tract using ultrasound technology. He also evaluates the entire upper, lower, and middle GI tract using endoscopy, colonoscopy, and video capsule endoscopy to assess conditions, such as Crohn's disease, celiac sprue and other conditions that impact the intestinal tract.
A truly compassionate physician, Dr. Hussain's approach to care is to focus on one patient at a time. He strives to actively listen to—and understand—the details of each person's concerns, symptoms or conditions, so that he can help them achieve the best possible health.
While many digestive health issues don't have a simple fix, Dr. Hussain is committed to doing all he can to improve each patient's quality of life.
More About Dr. Hussain
Outside of his practice, Dr. Hussain enjoys outdoor activities such as cycling, downhill skiing and camping. His favorite indoor pastime is a friendly game of chess.
C. difficile Infection
Obesity and Nutrition
Cysts and Tumors of the Pancreas
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Advanced Imaging Technology - Ultrasound