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Help Gateway Usher in Spring

So dust off your running shoes, your nicest “undies” and meet us in Forest Park! On March 23 the staff of Gateway Gastroenterology, Gateway Endoscopy Center, and St. Luke’s GI lab will be participating in the Undy 5000 which is a family-friendly, 5K run/walk that raises awareness and funds for colon cancer research and treatment. March is colon cancer awareness month and this year Gateway is “leading the charge” both in terms of team participants and fund raising.

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2010 St. Louis Magazine Recognizes Gateway Physicians

Doctors Benage, Marshall and Su were recognized as outstanding GI physicians in 2010. In all, 24 area gastroenterologists were recognized in 2010. Most of those physicians were academicians with years of research experience at Washington University and SLU, whereas the physicians from Gateway Gastroenterology have years of experience practicing clinical gastroenterology and serving the greater St. Louis area.

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Tired of Waiting … Call Gateway!

At Gateway caring for patients is our priority! We honor the patient-physician relationship and we respect our patient’s time! We also understand that waiting for procedures and test results can cause undue anxiety.

To that end our goal– as physicians and staff of Gateway Gastroenterology– is to provide superior patient care and timely service from the moment you call the office to any and all interactions thereafter!

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Gateway Gastroenterology’s Office Has Moved!

To provide a better outpatient experience Gateway physicians will now be seeing new office consultations and follow-up office visits in the St. Luke’s Outpatient Center/Desloge Outpatient Center located across the street from St. Luke’s Hospital. No longer will patients need to fight for parking spots worrying about being late for an appointment. Gateway’s new office offers numerous parking spots with only a short walk to the front door. On rainy or snowy days consider valet parking!

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Peace of Mind

March is colon cancer awareness month! Give yourself and loved ones “peace of mind” by undergoing a screening colonoscopy which can BOTH detect and treat colon polyps, thereby preventing over 90% of colon cancers.

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Hemorrhoids Information

Hemorrhoid problems affect more than 50% of the population with people often suffering from recurrent bleeding, itching, irritation, and mild incontinence. Treatments such as keeping stools soft with a high fiber diet, avoiding excessive straining while defecating, and using various ointments and suppositories can sometimes be effective. However, in many people the symptoms persist, and the most common treatment recommended is hemorrhoid banding.

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Insurance Update for Patients Undergoing a Screening Colonoscopy

If you will be undergoing a “screening colonoscopy”, meaning that you presently don’t have any GI symptoms, please be aware that if during the procedure a polyp is removed or a biopsy is performed, some insurance carriers will no longer consider this a “screening” procedure and may charge you a higher rate.

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Ask Us About Saturday Hours

Colonoscopy for colon cancer screening is an underutilized resource. Only half of those over age 50 have undergone this potentially life-saving procedure. Some are fearful that the procedure may cause pain (it doesn’t) or are reluctant to undergo bowel preparation (it is much easier with the Gatorade bowel preparation). Others simply have a difficult time “fitting it into their schedule”.

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Happy New Year from Gateway Gastroenterology!

2010 promises to be a challenging year for physicians and patients as healthcare reform debate intensifies. Whether you have private, employer-provided health insurance or Medicare you will likely be affected by the potential healthcare/health insurance changes currently being debated in congress.

Become an active participant in the discussion by educating yourself regarding the proposed changes to our nation’s medical system. Please know that we at Gateway Gastroenterology continue to support important health initiatives which we feel are in the best interests of our patients!

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Gateway GI is vaccinated!

It is hard to believe that the COVID-19 pandemic has been ongoing for nearly a year. To say that it has been life changing and disruptive is an understatement. During the pandemic it has been especially challenging to provide safe healthcare with "stay at home" restrictions and when information about infection transmission seemed to change by the day. Cancers and chronic conditions like crohn's and colitis continue despite the pandemic. In fact, there has been an increase in conditions like irritable bowel syndrome and GERD due to the stresses of the pandemic. The physicians and staff at Gateway Gastroenterology have continued to provide excellent care despite the challenges and are constantly updating policies and procedures for safe healthcare delivery.

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