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Digestive Diseases Center

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Digestive Diseases Center is a single–specialty gastroenterology and hepatology (liver disease) practice serving the Florida Panhandle. Our practice consists of five Board Certified Gastroenterologists. We have three office locations and a free-standing endoscopy center, Northwest Florida Gastroenterology Center, to serve our patients. Our Board Certified physicians specialize in treating Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel disease (IBS), Barrett’s Esophagus and disease of the liver and pancreas. Additionally, our physician’s perform colonoscopies and endoscopies for screening and diagnostic purposes in the area’s only surgery center specializing solely in gastrointestinal procedures.

If you are looking for advanced, comprehensive patient care, call Digestive Diseases Center for an appointment. Appointments for new patients are available within 24 hours.

7 Ways Potential Patients Can Assess ASC Quality 12/16/2014 : With health care reform and increasing transparency, there are more and more resources being devoted to developing reliable and easy-to-use tools for patients to make better informed choices on quality (and cost).  
Colorectal Cancer Risk Reduced When Healthy Habits are Combined 12/4/2014 : Researchers from the German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbrueck in Nuthetal found that 22 percent of men and 11 percent of women who developed colorectal cancer could have prevented the disease by adopting six lifestyle behaviors.  
What Does it Mean to Be an Accredited Surgery Center? 12/2/2014 : Center and corporate staff devote their efforts to understanding, implementing and documenting the ways in which each surgery center meets (or exceeds) the specifications required for accreditation.  
What Does it Mean to be a Medicare Certified Surgery Center? 11/25/2014 : Many of these regulations were adapted from and similar to those governing hospitals and other trusted health care facilities.   

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