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Welcome To PA GI — Pennsylvania Gastroenterology

Our practice specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of digestive and liver diseases. All of our doctors are board-certified gastroenterologists, who are highly qualified to provide outstanding care. At PA GI we provide patient-centered care of digestive diseases in a comfortable, professional setting.

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Direct Access Colonoscopy

You may not need a referral. PA GI offers direct access colonoscopy scheduling.

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30 Minutes Can Save Your Life

PA GI has created a patient information sheet with information on how to detect colon cancer.

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Central PA Medicine

Read the latest article by Dr. Kormis about how colon cancer screening can save your life.

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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

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  • Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men and women in the U.S.
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  • 30 Minutes Can Save Your Life
  • PA GI has created a patient information sheet with information on how to detect colon cancer.
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DR. PETERS & AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

Dr. David Peters of PA GI and Joan Bradbury of the American Cancer Society were interviewed for WINK-104’s People & Perspectives program.

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Dr. Panchal Featured On Smart Talk

Dr. Purvi Panchal of PA GI and colon cancer survivor Cheri Shoemaker talked about colon cancer screening and prevention on WITF-FM’s Smart Talk program.

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DR. KORMIS TALKS WITH DENNY & SUE

Dr. Karen Kormis talked with WINK-104’s Denny Logan & Sue Campbell about colon cancer screening and how early detection can save your life.

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Featured News

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Barrett's Esophagus

Barrett’s Esophagus occurs when there is significant acid reflux (GERD). People with long standing heartburn are at increased risk of Barrett’s Esophagus, which occurs when cells change to protect against acid (metaplasia). This protective mechanism can increase the risk of developing abnormal cells or cancerous cells. In the event of advancing dysplasia, nonsurgical treatment is now available to remove Barrett’s lining using special technology, known as Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA). PA GI doctors are trained to perform RFA so schedule your appointment today.

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Appointment Request

If you are a patient and would like to request an appointment, you can submit an appointment request online. Once the form has been submitted, our scheduling department will contact you. Call our office Mon. - Fri. between 8:30 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.

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Patient Portal

The Patient Portal provides secure access to view parts of your medical record, enables communication with our practice using secure messaging, and allows you to request an appointment, prescription refills and review your information online.

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Online Payments

PA GI Now Accepts Online Credit Card & Check Payments. If you interested in paying your bill online, simply click on the link below for secure access to submit an online payment.

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