Dr. Pablo Navarro Castillo graduated with honors from the University of Costa Rica as a Specialist in Gastroenterology and Digestive Endoscopy in 2005. During his residency, he completed a 3-month rotation in the Gastroenterology Service of the Boston Medical Center with the Faculty of Medicine from Boston University, 2002.
Member of the Asociación de Especialistas en Gastroenterología y Endoscopía Digestiva de Costa Rica.
International Member of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
International Member of the American College of Gastroenterology.
He has been working at the Navarro Digestive Clinic since 2005. He worked at Hospital San Rafael de Alajuela from 2005 to 2011. Previously, he completed his specialization at Hospital México and Hospital San Juan de Dios.
Professor at the School of Medicine of the Latin University of Costa Rica. Guest Professor, School of Medicine, University of Costa Rica. Guest Professor School of Pharmacy, University of Costa Rica.
Speaker at four National Medical Congresses and in multiple scientific activities nationwide. International speaker at the National Congress of Gastroenterology of the Dominican Republic (2017) and Nicaragua (2016).
He is a regular attendee of international conferences such as Digestive Disease Week; Endofest of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and Annual Meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology.
He has been in over 80 gastroenterology conferences since graduating as a specialist.
Dr. Navarro is a trainer of medical representatives for the companies Astra Zeneca, Abbott, Chemo, and Stein.
All of the above denotes the scientific and professional skills of Dr. Pablo Navarro, but we cannot fail to mention that the most important thing for him is his human quality. Being able to listen to the patient, understand their condition and needs, and being able to provide a solution to them is the highest goal.
The human and personal environment is so relevant in medical practice, and Dr. Navarro does his best. We suffer losses and celebrate our victories with our patients.