Samuel Mourani, MD
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Dr. Samuel Mourani is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. He received his residency and fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, and completed additional fellowship training in Advanced Therapeutic Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Dr. Mourani’s expertise and special interest include complex therapeutic endoscopic procedures and early detection and prevention of colon cancer by performing a screening colonoscopy and polyp removal.
Dr. Mourani sees his patients at two convenient locations in Arcadia and Glendora and performs his endoscopic procedures at Valley Digestive Health Center in Arcadia. In 2009, Dr. Mourani chaired the Gastroenterology Section at Methodist Hospital in Arcadia.
We Love Our Patients & Our Patients Love Us!
Dr. Mourani strives to provide the highest quality patient care in an environment encouraging compassion and respect for all individuals. He is focused on improving patient health through his expertise in advanced endoscopic procedures and through his passion to educate his patients using his vast knowledge in digestive disorders.
Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (Colonoscopy, Upper Endoscopy)
Colon Cancer Screening
Interventional Biliary Endoscopy (ERCP)
Member of American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
488 E. Santa Clara St., Suite 103
Arcadia, CA 91006
Phone: (626) 359-3330
415 W. Carroll Ave., Suite 201
Glendora, CA 91741
Phone: (626) 963-2490
Mourani S, et al. Human Behavior in Health and Illness. Graduation thesis presented and published in Arabic, Damascus University School of Medicine, Damascus, Syria, 1988.
Barrett SA, Mourani S, Villareal CA, Gonzales JM, and Zimmerman JL. Rhabdomyolysis associated with status asthmaticus. Critical Care Medicine 21(1):151-153, 1993.
Mourani S, Dobbs SM, Genta RM, Tandon AK, and Yoffe B. Hepatitis A virus-associated cholecystitis. Annals of Internal Medicine 120(5):398-400, 1994.
Mourani S, Rabassa A, Zimmerman MS, Raed AK, and Cole RC. Outcome of elderly patients with gallbladder in-situ after endoscopic retrograde sphincterotomy for choledocholithiasis and/or gallstone pancreatitis. American Journal of Gastroenterology 90(9):1610, 1995. (Abstract). Presented at ACG 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, Oct. 1995.
Raed AK, Yousfi MM, Mourani S, and Anand BS. Poor correlation between barium enema and colonoscopy. American Journal of Gastroenterology 90(9):1648, 1995. (Abstract). Presented at ACG 60th Annual Scientific Meeting, Oct. 1995.
Mourani S and Graham DY. Palliative treatment of esophageal cancer: New role of endoprostheses ?. Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology 2(2):57, 1996.
Akram S, Mourani S, Ou CN, Rognerud C, Sadiq R, and Goodgame RW. Assessment of Intestinal Permeability with a Two-Hour Urine Collection. Digestive Diseases and Science 43(9):1946-1950, 1998.