Northeast Digestive Health Center has opened a second office at Edison Square, located at the northwest edge of Cabarrus County in Concord.

 

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2017 Highway to HealthColon cancer is one of the top three cancer killers, but it doesn’t garner the same attention as some other cancers. As one of two preventable types of cancer with regular screenings, colon cancer remains the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and women, but is not talked about enough.

Now Offering Saturday Appointments for Open Access Patients

Good news for Open Access patients – we’re now offering Saturday procedures. Through our Open Access program, healthy adults over the age of 50 who do not have any significant GI symptoms can schedule a colonoscopy without a preliminary office visit. Appointments will be offered from 8-11 a.m. one Saturday each month.

What to Know About Insurance and At-Home Colon Cancer Screenings

Colonoscopy remains the most sensitive test for detecting colon cancer; however, noninvasive colorectal cancer screenings (i.e. Cologuard) are also performed. Please be aware, for insurance billing purposes, that if a patient chooses a noninvasive test and that result is positive, then a subsequent colonoscopy is no longer considered a screening colonoscopy, but rather a diagnostic one.

 

Welcome Danielle Hecht to the Northeast Digestive Family

d hechtyWe’re excited to welcome Danielle Hecht, our new nurse practitioner, to the Northeast Digestive Health Center family. Danielle’s diverse family medicine and family nurse experience, along with her strong relationships with regional medical groups, make her a great addition to our healthcare team. To learn more about Danielle, you can read her bio. Welcome Danielle!

 

 

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Patient Portal

Northeast Digestive Health Center offers an interactive, secure online portal for patients. Convenient and easy to use, the patient portal lets you request appointments online, email physicians, view test results, update personal medical records and even complete paperwork before your first visit with us!

 

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