Shaffer Mok, M.D., M.B.S., F.A.S.G.E,
aka “Doc Mok”
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Shaffer Mok, M.D., M.B.S., F.A.S.G.E, is a gastroenterologist, a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats digestive disorders, such as stomach pain, ulcers, reflux, constipation and Crohn's disease. Dr. Mok’s specialty is using advanced endoscopy to detect and treat metabolic cancers such as pancreatic cancer.
You can call Shaffer Mok, “Doc Mok.” He received a Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences and a Medical Doctorate from Ross University. Residing in Florida, Doc Mok sees patients at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, which is nationally ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” rankings. For those who cannot see Doc Mok in person, he also offers telehealth appointments, and gut health courses through this website.
Doc Mok uses the latest advancements in treatments and diagnostic testing and just as important, lifestyle modification to improve the health of his patients and followers.
According to the nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey, the dozens of reviews on Doc Mok show that he:
Provides clear explanations
Makes time for patients and displays patience
Is compassionate and viewed as trustworthy
Has treated certain conditions more than my peers (including nausea, pancreatitis, hiatal hernia, dysphagia)
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