Erlanger East Opens Comprehensive Gastroenterology And Endoscopy Center

Monday, September 21, 2020
Dr. Steven Kessler cuts the ceremonial ribbon to open the new Erlanger Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center at Erlanger East Hospital
Dr. Steven Kessler cuts the ceremonial ribbon to open the new Erlanger Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center at Erlanger East Hospital
Erlanger East announces the grand opening of the Erlanger Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center at Erlanger East Hospital. 
 
"The convenient Gunbarrel road location offers a new level of care and expertise when it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of digestive tract diseases to residents in the north Georgia, east Hamilton southern Bradley counties," officials said. "The Erlanger Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center at Erlanger East Hospital provides a one-stop approach for diagnostic and therapeutic gastrointestinal procedures on an outpatient and in-patient basis."
 
“This brand new facility is specially designed to provide comprehensive gastrointestinal care including consultative and procedure services within the same facility for the convenience of our patients,” stated Dr.
Arslan Kahloon, chief of Erlanger Gastroenterology.  “Erlanger GI physicians will also be able to provide advanced endoscopic procedures in this facility which will greatly improve the landscape of GI care in our community.”
 
The new 4,500 square foot, state-of-the-art comprehensive endoscopy center offers four procedure rooms including one designated for ERCPs, five pre-operative rooms, five recovery bays, six exam rooms, and a spacious lobby all conveniently located with street level parking. 
 
To schedule an appointment of for more information, call 778-4830 or visit Erlanger.org/GI.

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