Digestive Healthcare Endoscopy Center in Atlanta Recognized as One of the Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers in 2021 for the State of Georgia by Newsweek

Newsweek partnered with respected global research firm Statista to name America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2021. This list spotlights the 400 best centers in the 25 states that have the most facilities. (They are: California, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, Texas, Colorado, Georgia, Missouri, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Washington, Minnesota, Arizona, Mississippi, New York, South Carolina, Indiana, Kansas and Tennessee.)

Their experts and survey-participants assessed quality of care, performance data and peer recommendations relative to in-state competition. They also took into account how well facilities were responding to the threat of COVID-19.

Digestive Healthcare of Georgia (DHG) offers a full range of gastroenterology services, including consultations and procedures, and offers the newest treatments available while providing highly knowledgeable, compassionate, and advanced care. With 19 physicians in seven locations, Digestive Healthcare of Georgia’s quality of care is reflected in its high patient satisfaction rates and in the clinical research that it is trusted to conduct. Digestive Healthcare of Georgia has endoscopy centers in Atlanta, Jasper and Fayetteville, all three of which exceed the national benchmark standards in adenoma detection rates and cecal intubation rates.

The physicians at Digestive Healthcare of Georgia are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In the interest of everyone’s health and safety we ask all patients and their guests who have a fever (100° or above), symptoms of a respiratory infection, or who may have traveled to a restricted country or may have been exposed to a person with known COVID-19, the flu or any other communicable disease to reschedule their appointments or procedures. You will not be charged for canceling/rescheduling your appointment. We will be following CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health’s recommendations for screening and management of patients. If you are at all concerned you may have a serious infectious disease, your best course of action is to seek care at your primary care physician’s office or local hospital’s emergency department.

We have implemented a telemedicine visit for our patients who are unable to be in the office for their appointment. Please call our office to schedule a telemedicine visit with your provider.