Recaredo T. Berbano, MD

Bariatric Medicine (Obesity Medicine), Endocrinology (Diabetes and Metabolism)

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Bariatric Medicine (Obesity Medicine)
Endocrinology (Diabetes and Metabolism)
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Languages spoken
English, Tagalog

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About Dr. Berbano

Philosophy of care

I always strive to help you feel better and to improve your quality of life. I spend as much time as possible answering your questions and educating you about your treatment options.

Why I entered medicine

I've always admired my two aunts who were physicians – one of them even practiced at Lehigh Valley several years ago. When my grandfather was diagnosed with diabetes, I knew I wanted to be a physician like my aunts, so I could help people feel better.

Community involvement

Our family supports and donates to the arts in our community.

Personal interests

I loved coaching my kids' in basketball when they were young and was a coach volunteer in their school. I enjoy watching my sons' shows in Philadelphia – both are in theater arts – and enjoy watching my daughter play basketball. As a family, we love traveling as well as going to New York City to watch Broadway shows.


University of Santo Tomas, BS - Biology, 1982

Medical Training
University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Med., MD, 1986


Internship 1993
Internal Medicine, Metropolitan Hospital Center

Residency 1995
Internal Medicine, Hofstra Northwell at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY

Fellowship 1997
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, St. Vincent's Hospital & Medical Center, New York, NY


American Board of Internal Medicine - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

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