Welcome to Digestive Health Services
At Scottsdale Healthcare Gastroenterology Specialists, we provide a full spectrum of preventative care, diagnostics, and treatment for your digestive health and gastrointestinal needs. We try to help prevent diseases like liver or colon cancer and help to manage numerous other gastrointestinal conditions such as heartburn, ulcers, diarrhea, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and many more.
Your Care With Us
From our expert physicians to our friendly office staff, our practice is dedicated to providing you with world-class patient care and a satisfying healthcare experience. To achieve this goal, we ask that you follow a few simple steps that will facilitate your office visits and ensure you receive quality, efficient and effective care.
Important Appointment Information
- We have 3 locations, please visit our Gastroenterology Locations and Contact Info page to schedule your GI appointment at the desired location.
- Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled GI appointment so your information can be processed.
- Please be prepared to pay your co-pay upon your arrival.
New Digestive Health Patients
1. Please complete all forms in the new patient packet.
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2. Be sure to bring the following to your appointment:
- Completed new patient forms (see #1)
- Insurance card
- Prescription card
- Photo I.D.
- Insurance referral (if required).
- Recent medical records, including all lab and X-ray reports. This will assist in your examination and help prevent unnecessary testing.
Empowering Patients through Patient Education
We believe that educating our patients about their digestive health allows them to take an active role in maintaining it. An empowered patient is also better able to proactively address flares of chronic digestive symptoms to minimize them.
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