Eugene Lam, MD


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47-647 Caleo Bay Drive,
Suite 210
La Quinta, CA 92253
Phone: 760-771-1000
Fax: 760-771-9001

Patient Satisfaction Survey

Overall Satisfaction
4.9 out of 5
139 Ratings


Fellowship: Gastroenterology, UCLA Medical Center
Internship & Residency: Internal Medicine, Boston Medical Center
Medical School: Jefferson Medical College


We are continuing to bring world-class healthcare to our communities with Eugene Lam, MD now in our expanding network. Dr. Lam has vast experience from his gastroenterology training from 2003-2006, as well as his work in the Upper Napa Valley and former private practice experience in Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Lam has been involved in research studies regarding prevention of bleeding from esophageal varices and published multiple research papers. He participated in research at Boston Medical Center that contributed to publications in Cancer Research journal (2003) and British Journal of Cancer (2004), both regarding the use of cox-2 inhibitors and prevention of colon cancer growth and metastatic disease.

In the past, Dr. Lam has enjoyed volunteering his time teaching endoscopy to the UCLA GI fellows, as a way to give back to his training program. He lives with his wife, their three children and is a devoted family man. Together they enjoy soccer, baseball, fishing, skiing, and cooking as a family. He is currently accepting new patients and most major insurance plans.

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  • Barrett’s esophagus
  • Celiac Disease
  • Colon Cancer
  • Gallstones and Gall Bladder Disease
  • Reflux Disease

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