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Ian Steele, MD

Ian Steele, MD


  • Education

  • University of Miami
    Miami, FL
  • Internship

  • University of Florida
    Gainesville, FL
  • Residency

  • University of Florida
    Gainesville, FL

Dr. Ian Steele began serving Brevard in 2007 and is Board Certified in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. He was born in Minnesota, but grew up in Miami after his parents discovered the warmer climate of South Florida. Dr. Steele graduated from the University of Miami through their Honors Program in Medicine, which allowed him to complete his undergraduate and medical school training in 6 years. He did his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Steele was selected to be Chief Resident at Shands Hospital and afterwards completed his Fellowship in Gastroenterology at the University of Florida. After his fellowship, Dr. Steele and his family moved to Melbourne. Dr. Steele's clinical interests include colon cancer screening and prevention, as well as liver disease and hepatitis. He has given numerous presentations at state and national conferences on GI research and other GI related topics. He is currently sub-investigator on a study looking at stool testing for colon cancer.

In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife and children, traveling, and photography.

Practice Information

  • Fellowship

  • University of Florida Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
    Gainesville, FL
  • Board Certification

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • American Board of Internal Medicine Gastroenterology
  • Special Focuses

  • Colon cancer screening
  • Liver disease

Office Location

  • Health First Medical Group
  • 1223 Gateway Drive
    Suite 2B
    Melbourne, FL 32901
  • Phone: 321.549.0813

Hospital Privileges

  • Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center
    1350 South Hickory St.
    Melbourne, FL 32901


New patients should arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled appointments to complete all paperwork. They should bring their insurance cards, a government-issued photo ID, and lists of their medicines and any prior operations. Co-pays and any outstanding balances are due at the time of each visit. Generally, operations or procedures won't take place on the first visit.


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