Lourdes gastroenterologists provide comprehensive clinical services for conditions of the digestive tract. They offer experienced evaluation of care for gastrointestinal problems and diseases both common and exceptional. They take advantage of the complete range of modern diagnostics techniques, and a full spectrum of the latest treatments, with special emphasis on endoscopic expertise.
|In its 2011 results, HealthGrades ranks Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in the Top 10 centers in New Jersey for gastrointestinal care and gives the service a Five-Star rating.|
Lourdes GI specialists offer care for patients with routine digestive complaints and those with indications of significant digestive conditions. They emphasize conservative care whenever possible, considering invasive interventions only as necessitated. They use endoscopic screening and procedures to their patients’ greatest advantage, and referral for interventional or surgical procedures as needed.
These board-certified specialists have extensive training and first-hand know-how in-and place special emphasis on-these areas:
At Lourdes’ GI service, patients also find the most knowledgeable medical care for issues such as chronic constipation, diarrhea or indigestion, as well as dysphagia (swallowing problems), excessive gas, gastritis, esophageal achalasia & gastroparesis, hernias, peritonitis and a full list of digestive-related conditions.
|The Lourdes GI service brings to patient care a special combination of decades of experience and a strategy of applying the most up-to-date diagnosis and treatment – resulting in complete expertise and medical care at the forefront.Learn more about GI endoscopy and endoscopic procedures and interventions at Lourdes.|
The specialists and staff in Lourdes’ gastroenterology service have dedicated their professions to the most advanced capabilities in care for digestive conditions and GI-related issues. They demonstrate their commitment by delivering the foremost care and working in close communication with referring physicians and patients, and in well-coordinated collaboration with primary doctors and other specialists.