Alyn L. Adrain, MD
Dr Adrain joined the practice in 2000. A native Rhode Islander, she attended high school, college and medical school in Providence before leaving to train in California and Philadelphia, then practice briefly in New York before returning home.
She has special interests in advanced therapeutic endoscopy and women’s GI health. She has served as RI Governor for the American College of Gastroenterology, President of the RI Gastroenterology Society, and President of the Rhode Island Medical Society, for which she still serves as Delegate for the American Medical Society. She volunteers her time as an assistant clinical professor at Brown’s Warren Alpert Medical School.
She loves travel, boating, cycling, skiing, and spending time with her immense family, especially her two children.
OfficesProvidence, Pawtucket (Friday)
Medical SchoolBrown University
ResidencyKaiser Permanente Medical Center, UCSF
- Temple University Hospital
- Temple University Hospital (Advanced Endoscopy)
- Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University
- Rhode Island Governor, American College of Gastroenterology
- Advanced Therapeutic Endoscopy, including ERCP and Endoscopic Ultrasound
- Colon cancer screening and prevention
- Celiac disease
- GI Bleeding, diagnosis and treatment
- General Gastroenterology