Phillip J. Goldstein, MD


A lifelong fascination with human physiology is what inspired me to enter the field of medicine.  Over the course of my studies, I found myself drawn to gastroenterology and hepatology due to the rapid advances in technology and the hands-on nature of disease prevention and cure in this field.

I look forward to sharing my knowledge with you and helping to serve this community with the best medical care we have to offer.”  Phillip J. Goldstein

Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine

Subspecialty: Gastroenterology

Fellow: Gastroenterology, Long Island college Hospital, Brooklyn, NY

Fellowship Training: Wayne State University, Detroit, MI (Gastroenterology)

Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, NY

Ross University School of Medicine

American Gastroenterological Association, American college of Gastroenterology, American Medical Association, American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Lindsay Roebuck, FNP-C

Lindsay is a native of Greenville, NC and obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from ECU. After working for over 5 years at Vidant Medical Center as an ICU nurse, she decided to further her career by becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner after completing her Master’s of Science in Nursing at UNC Chapel Hill.

“My passion has always been to improve the health and well-being of the people of eastern NC. I was inspired by my interactions with patients as an ICU nurse to give back further to my community by becoming an FNP-C. During my training, I was drawn to gastroenterology due to its complex nature and the signi cant impact digestive problems can have on a person’s life. I look forward to providing my community with the best holistic and current medical care that I can.”

Board Certified: American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Education: Master of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner-UNC-Chapel Hill, Bachelor of Science in Nursing-ECU

Member: American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Sigma Theta Tau-Honor Society of Nursing, NC Nurses Association