Gastroenterology & Endoscopy Services

Auburn Community Hospital’s affiliated gastroenterology specialists are here to offer the highest quality care for digestive tract problems, liver disease, and endoscopic surgical procedures. Our team works together to provide the best in compassionate and quality care to our patients.

Our Team

Our Board Certified physicians are specifically located at Auburn Community Hospital and Auburn Gastroenterology.

Our Services

Our services include, but are not limited to, evaluation and treatment of:

  • Capsule Endoscopy
  • Colonoscopy/Endoscopy
  • Heartburn/Acid Reflux
  • Hepatology (Liver Disease & All Forms of Hepatitis)
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Polypectomy
  • Treatment of Esophageal Disorders

Endoscopy Services

The outpatient and inpatient surgical teams at Auburn Community Hospital provide state-of-the-art endoscopic surgical procedures to examine specific internal organs before conducting a surgical procedure. They can also be used during surgery for the removal of polyps or cysts. Organs that are typically examined include the colon, small bowel, pancreas, lungs, esophagus and stomach.

Our Team

The highly qualified multidisciplinary surgical team performing endoscopic procedures at Auburn Community Hospital includes surgeons, anesthesiologists and nurses.

Our Services

The endoscopic services we provide typically include the following inpatient or outpatient surgical procedures:

  • Colonoscopy: allows sight inside the colon and rectum to detect inflamed tissue, ulcers, and abnormal growths
  • Upper endoscopy: examines the upper part of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, including the esophagus, the stomach, and the duodenum (the first section of the small intestine)
  • Occasional Capsule Endoscopies
  • Savory Dilatation, Balloon Dilatation for treatment of strictures
Our Technology

An endoscope is unique in that it can be directed and moved around the many bends of a patient’s upper gastrointestinal tract. Featuring a very small and optically sensitive computer chip at its end, the endoscope is used to produce an image for the physician to view on a computer display. It also features a channel through which instruments can be passed to perform biopsies, make incisions or place stents.