“I take great care in observing both the patient’s autonomy and uniqueness. Disease presentation and treatment can take many forms, and so each patient’s symptoms should be approached with an open mind with flexible problem-solving. I explain not only the disease process itself to patients but also the rationale for each test, procedure, and treatment that I recommend. Every prescribed medication has a different implication and impact on the disease it is intended to treat. By detailing the expected outcome, I try to help the patient make an informed decision in his or her own treatment. The goal for my practice is to make every decision in the patient’s care both transparent and based on legitimate scientific evidence. Now in my 14th year of practicing medicine, I can honestly say that I am still learning, and expect to never stop learning my trade. Being a physician is both humbling and rewarding on a daily basis.”

Board Certification

  • Gastroenterology

Areas of Expertise

  • Gastroenterology
  • Hepatology
  • Internal Medicine

Education

Fellowship

University of Maryland Medical Center  
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Baltimore, MD
2002

Residency

University of Maryland Medical Center  
Internal Medicine
Baltimore, MD
1999

Medical School

University of Toledo Medical Center
Doctor of Medicine
Toledo, OH
1996

Undergraduate School

Kenyon College
Bachelor of Arts in Biology
Gambier, OH
1992

Hospital Affiliated With

Inova Fair Oaks Hospital

Professional Associations

American College of Gastroenterology
2014 – Present

American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
2004 – 2014

Personal Interests

Dr. Huh is married to his beautiful wife, Feben, and has 3 children. When he isn’t taking one of his kids to a friend’s birthday party, he can usually be found shooting basketball in his driveway and faithfully following his Cleveland Cavaliers. He also has a passion for music and the arts.

Biography

Dr. Huh grew up in Ohio where he attended Kenyon College (1988-1992) and the University of Toledo Medical Center (1992-1996). He then began his training in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology & Hepatology at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, MD (1996-2002). During his 3 years of GI Fellowship, Dr. Huh became proficient in upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, and ERCP. After finishing his fellowship, he came to Fairfax where he spent two years at the Metropolitan Liver Diseases caring for patients with hepatitis C, cirrhosis, and liver transplants. Beginning in 2004, he began his solo practice in Fair Oaks. He is dedicated to performing high-quality colonoscopies and is up-to-date on most cutting edge technologies including capsule endoscopy, radiofrequency ablation for Barrett’s esophagus, and radio frequency ablation for refractory GERD.