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Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology Services are offered for adults 18 and older through a partnership with Syracuse Gastroenterological Associates, P.C.

The office is located in the Cazenovia Health Center.

For your convenience our expert physicians, nurses and technicians provide colonoscopy and endoscopy screenings in the hospital keeping you close to home.

We are proud to continue our partnership with Syracuse Gastroenterological Associates, P. C. including:

  • Dennis Reedy, M.D.
  • Adam Berg, M.D.
  • Intikhab Iqbal, M.D.

Endoscopies and colonoscopies are safe and comfortable tests that can detect early health issues and even save lives. Patients should always first contact their primary care providers to determine a need for scheduling a screening procedure. At that time more information and testing preparations will be explained.

Advantages of endoscopy and colonoscopy procedures over alternative diagnostic procedures include:

  • The ability to more directly see lesions or growths for detection and evaluation
  • The ability to get biopsies in a relatively noninvasive way
  • The ability to perform intervention therapy during the procedure

Meet Our Gastroenterology Team

Contact Gastroenterology

To make an appointment, call (315) 234-6677.

Visitor Policy Post Pandemic

Under NYS guidelines outlined by Gov. Cuomo, visitors will be allowed to return to Community Memorial Hospital under strict protocols outlined by the Hospital to protect all that enter our building and our Health Centers.

As a result, it is necessary for our Hospital and Health Centers to institute precautionary measures to ensure that our institutions are safe for our patients, their families, and friends, as well as our healthcare workers.  We have updated our visitor policy to reflect these precautionary measures. These may change at any time due to Covid-19 outbreaks.