Dr. Peters from PA GI talks with WINK-104's Denny Logan & Sue Campbell about colon cancer screening and prevention.
Dr. Purvi Panchal of PA GI and Joan Brandburry from the American Cancer Society interviewed with WINK-104's Denny Logan & Sue Campbell.
Dr. Karen Kormis talked with WINK-104’s Denny Logan & Sue Campbell about colon cancer screening and how early detection can save your life.
Dr. Mohan Rengen of PA GI and Joan Bradbury of the American Cancer Society were interviewed for WINK-104’s People & Perspectives program.
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and an excellent opportunity to become more aware of how to prevent and treat the disease by scheduling a colonoscopy.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., even though 70 percent of all cancer cases could be prevented with early detection. The lifetime risk of developing colon cancer is one in 20; however, a variety of risk factors can increase those odds.
All of PA GI’s gastroenterologists recently passed the board recertification requirements through the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). Certification means that doctors have demonstrated, to their peers and to the public, that they have the clinical judgement, skills and attitude essential for the delivery of excellent patient care.
Gastroenterology Practice Welcomes Practice Manager
Edward E. Wagoner, CPA, has joined the staff of Pennsylvania Gastroenterology Consultants (PA GI). His responsibilities at PA GI will include financial oversight, managing the business side of the practice and overseeing the administrative staff.
Gastroenterology Practice Welcomes Nurse Practitioner
Samantha Fickel, C.R.N.P. has joined the medical staff of Pennsylvania Gastroenterology Consultants (PA GI). Her duties at PA GI will include caring for patients and working with the seven board-certified in gastroenterologist at the practice.
During National Colorectal Cancer Month
Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. All during March, which is National Colorectal Cancer Month, Pennsylvania Gastroenterology (PA GI) will lead efforts in Central PA to raise awareness and encourage colon cancer screenings.