Dr. Seccombe earned his B.A. in History from Emory University in 2005. He attended medical school there as well and graduated from Emory University School of Medicine in 2009. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Barnes Jewish Hospital in 2012. He then moved to Charleston, South Carolina to complete his Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Dr. Seccombe is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology.
When he’s away from the office, he enjoys playing golf, going to the movies with his wife, and spending time with his three young children.
December 31st (Note: Gateway Endoscopy Center will be open and doing procedures)
Acute Care Center
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.