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Our gastrointestinal specialists offer expert treatment for your entire digestive tract, from your esophagus to your intestines and everything in between.

The physicians of UM Health-West Gastroenterology are available for outpatient consultations in Suite 302 of the UM Health-West HealthPark. Endoscopic procedures are performed in the first floor of HealthPark at UM Health-West Endoscopy. Our gastroenterologists are also available to visit patients in UM Health-West Hospital who are experiencing digestive issues.

Our Experts

These physicians are leading experts in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of digestive problems. In addition to specializing in gastroenterology, we also have specialists in hepatology and inflammatory bowel disease.

Treatments & Capabilities

Equipped with the latest endoscopic equipment, our gastroenterologists are experts at solving and preventing problems with every aspect of digestive health, from difficulty swallowing to heartburn, constipation, irritable bowel disease and pancreatic and liver disease.

Infusion Center

UM Health-West Infusion Center is dedicated to treating gastrointestinal illnesses, including:

  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Ulcerative Colitis

Call 616.252.5202 to schedule an appointment.

Preparing for your Procedure

Click the link below to learn what to expect during your upcoming procedure.

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