Colorectal Cancer Screenings Now Recommended at Age 45
Undergoing colorectal cancer (CRC) screenings starting at age 45 could be a new lease on life for millions of people in the United States.
For southern Maryland residents in need of digestive care, Waldorf Endoscopy Center is the unquestioned market leader. Unlike other choices in the region, Waldorf Endoscopy Center has the region’s newest and most advanced endoscopy center. This allows patients to receive expert care from a leading gastrointestinal specialist in an affordable, cost-effective and state-of-the-art center.
Our gastroenterologists and staff are dedicated to providing quality care to the community in our quest to lower colon cancer rates and treat an array of digestive diseases, including Crohn’s Disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
Our board-certified GI doctors specialize in a myriad of GI procedures, including colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, upper endoscopy and capsule endoscopy.
The physicians at Waldorf Endoscopy Center not only meet but exceed U.S. benchmarks for quality in colonoscopy. Our adenoma detection rate (ADR), the rate at which our GI doctors identify adenomatous colon polyps, surpasses the national benchmark of 25 percent. See Our Scores.
Our patients value the compassionate care they receive from our GI doctors and say they are likely to recommend our center for GI procedures.
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If you are due for a colonoscopy or in need of a GI procedure, don’t put it off any longer. Give us a call today!
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