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 had to have a procedure here at Birmingham Gastroenterology and they were extraordinary. My experience was easy and professional from the online sign-ups to the recovery. I felt at ease from my sign in with Ms. Kim throughout my ...Read More
I came to Birmingham Gastroenterology Dr Dickenson for a second opinion after a diagnose an planed surgery. He turned me around with aggressive treatment. And Thanks to Dr Shaver now after 2 year clean I feel fine I would and ...Read More
Came here for an endoscopy with Dr. Shaver and had a great experience. Was checked in quickly and the staff was very polite and professional. I did have to wait a little while once I was taken back but once ...Read More
The staff at St. Vincent's 119 was friendly. The office was clean and comfortable. Everyone was so nice and Dr. Philips answered and addressed all my concerns. I couldn't have asked for a better experience. My initial visit to the ...Read More
I had to have a colonoscopy and my experience at Birmingham Gastroenterology was very pleasant. The nurses and Doctors were all very pleasant, polite and professional. They explained the procedure every step of the way so there were no surprises. ...Read More
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