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Good Samaritan Hospital

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  • Advanced endoscopy
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  • General gastroenterology

Gastrointestinal issues, sometimes referred to as “GI” issues, often don’t go away on their own – and can seriously affect your quality of life. Our gastroenterologists offer comfort, confidentiality and, most importantly, relief from digestive and colorectal symptoms.

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