Congratulations to the following centers for successful AAAHC Surveys._
This year’s GI Roundtable began yesterday evening with a networking reception at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.
Three dignitaries from Albania, Professor Xheladin Dracini, Ambassador Ahmet Shala and Vasil Naci, visited AMSURG’s Lancaster Gastroenterology Procedure Center in February.
AMSURG partner and Medical Director Lisa Pichney, M.D., Maryland Endoscopy Center, was featured on Blog Talk Radio discussing colon cancer and raising awareness for the disease.
The incidence rate of colon cancer among Americans aged 50 and older, which has been declining since the mid-1980s, has dropped by 30 percent in the last decade!
Congratulations to the following centers for successful AAAHC Surveys.
While new technologies: sprays, dyes, etc. offer promise, one group of gastroenterologists and technicians at the Lancaster Gastroenterology Procedure Center are working on a new technique that is an inexpensive way to increase their ADR.
AMSURG partner Paul Allegretti, M.D., Lancaster Gastroenterology Procedure Center, was featured on WGAL News, an NBC-affiliate in Lancaster, Pa., discussing a fecal transplant procedure, a new treatment for patients with C. diff.
AMSURG partner Arnold Levy, M.D., Endoscopic Surgical Centre of Maryland, was featured on WTOP, a CBS radio news affiliate in Washington D.C., discussing how routine colonoscopies can cut the risk of colon cancer.
AMSURG partner Harry Moulis, M.D., Surgery Center of Volusia, was featured in the Daytona Beach News-Journal informing readers about this deadly disease and encouraging them to do their part in raising awareness for colon cancer during March.