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Tawhid R. Gazi, MD

4.2 out of 5 (71 Ratings)
  • Gastroenterology
Additional Language Spoken
Spanish, English
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Joseph Health Medical Group
  • St. Joseph Health Medical Network
1100 Trancas Street
Suite 350
Napa, CA 94558
Accepting New Patients

Primary Office

1100 Trancas Street
Suite 350
Napa, CA 94558
Get Directions
(707) 251-3604
(707) 251-1376

More Information

  • Meet The Doctor

    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Gastroenterology
    Education & Training
    • Fellowship
      Gastroenterology and Endoscopic Ultrasound - 2006
    • Residency
      Internal Medicine - 2003
    • Internship
      Internal Medicine - 2001
    • Medical School
      Doctor of Medicine - 2001
    • College
      Bachelor of Science in Biology - Summa Cum Laude - 1996
  • Biography



    Dr. Tawhid R. Gazi was born and raised in Connecticut where his Dad, also a gastroenterologist, is still in practice. He received his education from Tufts University in Boston, where he completed a residency in internal medicine followed by a fellowship in interventional gastroenterology. He is qualified to provide full spectrum GI care, from screening colonoscopies to complex pancreatic procedures. His personal philosophy is to provide collaborative care to all his patients in a warm community environment that still offers all the cutting edge therapies of an academic center. His particular interests include Endoscopic Ultrasound and Endoscopic weight loss (Orbera) which both achieve excellent results while sparing patients invasive surgeries, hospital stays, and scars. He is fluent in Spanish.

  • 19-Apr-2019
    bad exp. I have been waiting for this provider to follow through with submitting referral to dept that is suppose to carry out study the Dr rec. Ive called Dr office x 2 and I'm told that Dr is out. office seems to forgot that I'm exp a lot of pain. I also haven't forgotten that I had to wait an entire month to get an appt with this provider. my condition is only getting worse.
    He concentrated on my Celiac Disease, which is INCURABLE, and not my severe bowel problems. After 2 minutes he said I needed Lab tests. That's after he made his FEE!!! And before he made his NEXT FEE!!!Meanwhile, I still had severe bowel problems!!!
    Dr. Gahzi was nice and I appreciated that he had a scribe in the office, but I would have thought that meant he'd be more present for our appointment. He spoke incredibly quickly, didn't really ask me many questions about my symptoms, didn't ask me about my dietary habits. Didn't explain anything about the symptoms I have been experiencing, simply dove into to my "two options" of treatment which was a very invasive procedure or a slightly less invasive procedure. He didn't address the route of "doing nothing" or describe much of what would be done if they did find something during one of the two procedures he recommended. Overall, I would say I was provided with the bare minimum medical service. No one was outright rude to me, but after waiting 40+ minutes past my appointment time, the doctor was talking so fast that I felt like I couldn't even take my time to ask questions about my concerns. At one point he even interrupted me mid-sentence to insist on sedation for the procedure when I was trying to tell him I'm very nervous about sedation in general. I understand he probably has a very heavy case load, but I didn't feel like he cared to educate me on why I might be experiencing my symptoms, nor did he give me the confidence that he was willing to consider a less invasive approach to resolving my symptoms (or at least explain why one of two invasive procedures were the only options at this point).
    it felt very rushed, hyper. I wish it was a more calm, relaxed experience. I felt like there was a time clock that gave me 3 minutes to get in and out of there
    good experience. I feel confident being in the care of Dr Gazi
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