Introducing the Region’s First Comprehensive Digestive Health Center
Stomach aches. Bloating. Nausea. Swallowing disorders. Diarrhea. Constipation. When these symptoms happen repeatedly, they’re more than embarrassing — they may be a sign that you have a chronic, serious or even life-threatening digestive health condition that needs evaluation and treatment.
Welcome to the Augusta University Digestive Health Center — a state-of-the-art, 43,000-square-foot center that we designed to meet the unique needs of 21st-century digestive health patients and their families. From our welcoming reception area and waiting room to our high-tech diagnostic and treatment rooms, we are dedicated to offering comprehensive, patient-centered care for a broad range of digestive health conditions — all under one roof.
What Does State-of-The-Art Mean?
For us, state-of-the-art care means:
- Specialty care, including the nation’s largest and most advanced motility clinic, the region’s only neurogastroenterologist, and fellowship training in various digestive health subspecialties, including hepatology, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, pancreatic and biliary medicine and advanced endoscopy
- The latest technology available for performing colonoscopy, endoscopy, fluoroscopy, motility and other diagnostic tests and treatments
- A multidisciplinary team that takes the time and attention to identify the root cause of your digestive condition — and coordinates the best treatment plan specific to you
- Careful thought about the comfort of our patients — from dedicated parking spaces and convenient restrooms located throughout our facility to spacious consultation, clinic and procedure rooms that are only steps apart
The Augusta University Digestive Health Center brings all of this together under one roof so patients and families can benefit from a single, convenient location dedicated to their ongoing digestive health.
Schedule Your Appointment Now
Schedule an online appointment or call 706-446-GUTS (4887) to speak to a member of our digestive health team.