Patrick J. Dean, M.D.


Dr. Dean is a co-founder of GI Pathology with over 20 years experience in gastrointestinal pathology. A native of New York, Dr. Dean earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine. Following residencies at Georgetown Hospital and New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston, Dr. Dean was recruited to Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee by the legendary pathologist, Dr. Rodger C. Haggitt. In 1983, when Dr. Haggitt transferred to the University of Washington, Dr. Dean assumed the leadership position in gastrointestinal pathology for the Memphis gastrointestinal community. With numerous publications in the pathology and gastroenterology literature and testimony before Congress, Dr. Dean has provided the medical community with a rich legacy. He holds memberships in the AGA, ACG, AASLD, GIPS, USCAP, CAP and other societies.