Clinics / Affiliations:
500 S 11th Avenue
Pocatello, ID 83201
Mon-Thurs 8-5pm, Fri 8-2pm
American Board of Internal Medicine
Education & Training:
G.RT Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy
St. Johns Episcopal Hospital-South Shore
Gabriela C. Anghel, MD is board certified in Internal Medicine. She attended medical school at GR.T. Popa University of Medicine & Pharmacy Iasi, Romania and completed her residency at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital-South Shore, Far Rockaway, NY.
She was raised in a smaller city in Romania and the pace of life in Roman really allowed people to connect in a very fundamental way. She remembers always having a certain understanding of the challenges that other people face in life.
As a doctor of Internal Medicine, Dr. Anghel’s ability to listen and provide empathy, as well as deliver great medical advice, serve her patients well. When Dr. Anghel isn’t practicing medicine she likes to pursue her hobbies of drawing and painting. She also enjoys gardening, nature hikes, reading, and classical music.
Submitted by ahs-admin on Fri, 12/29/2017 - 13:36
As always, the level of care she provided was excellent. She took her time and actually listened to me. The COVID-19 precautions were very good. Further, there was virtually no waiting - I signed in quickly, barely sat down before they called me back, and the doctor came in within a minute. The lab techs in her office did a blood draw the next day and again there was no wait and the blood draw was painless. I would highly recommend her.
she is the best dr. i have found in the area . she also helped me with a infectious desese problem. she is wonderful, sweet and kind
— Shirley Woodhouse
Already recommend her to a friend. She was oh so pleased with her
Initial visit. We are so fortunate to have Dr. Anghel as an Internal Medicine Dr. In Pocatello. Our whole family is pleased with her excellent care.
really excellent. Dr Anghel is super efficient and goes out of her to make sure I am reporting on everything we have talked about. She is extremely patient and makes me feel like what is troubling me is important.
— Kathleen C Parrish