Birmingham Gastroenterology Associates was established in 1978. Since that founding, we have grown to a group of 14 Board Certified Gastroenterologists. As gastroenterologists, we care for patients with diseases and disorders of the digestive tract, including the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver and pancreas. Gastroenterologists also receive specialized training in endoscopy, a non-surgical procedure which uses a flexible tube with a light and camera attached to it to examine the inside of the digestive/intestinal tract. About
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I was very pleased with the friendliness of the staff and physician. Since I have had colon cancer and am changing from my good friend & physician in Texas to Alabama, this is a big deal. I really liked everyone I ...Read More
The visit was pleasant from beginning to end! Everyone was polite, sweet, and professional from the front desk staff, to the nurse, md, & pharmacy!! I'll refer anyone to this office.
Dr. McLean was a new doctor for me. I was very happy to find he took time to listen to everything I needed to tell him. He did not act rushed. He was very polite, attentive, and knowledgeable. I have ...Read More
Dr. Miller is wonderful! Not only is he intelligent but he has the best bed side manners. He wants to make sure you understand any changes he is making.
I have been at patient at BGA for 11 years. Their office staff is always pleasant and accommodating. I have been a patient of Dr. Rishi Agarwal's for the last several years. He's amazing! His bedside manner and medical knowledge ...Read More
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Birmingham Gastro strives to provide our patients with not only top notch care, but the latest education and information. Check back often for the latest practice and specialty news.
If you’ve recently been referred to a gastroenterologist for the first time, it’s normal to have some questions. Alternatively, you may be experiencing some gastrointestinal issues that need professional diagnosis and treatment. No matter what "
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