What To Look For When Selecting a Gastroenterologist

Having a colonoscopy done is an essential step in preventing colon cancer. That’s why it’s critical to choose the right specialist. A colonoscopy is considered an invasive procedure, so you should feel comfortable with your doctor and trust his/her ability to find possible signs of colon cancer to reduce your risk of disease progression. Here are… Read more »

10 Things You Can Do to Positively Impact Your Gut Health

Most everyone, at some point in their lives, has experienced an upset stomach.  But, how do you know if your overall “gut” is healthy or unhealthy?  There are many ways an unhealthy gut might manifest itself. Here are a few of the most common indicators: Persistent Upset Stomach – persistent gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, or… Read more »

Maintaining Digestive Health on Vacation

It’s the first day of vacation, and you have your bags packed and a whole itinerary chalked out. A large section of your “Must Visit” list, usually includes eateries you must visit and local cuisines you must try. However, if you are not careful, you can get a digestive problem that can put a damper… Read more »

GI Alliance Partners with Austin Gastroenterology

DALLAS, March 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — GI Alliance (“GIA”), one of the nation’s largest independent gastroenterology services organizations, today announced further expansion in Texas through a partnership with Austin Gastroenterology (“AG”). Founded in 2001, AG specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of gastrointestinal diseases and is committed to providing the best healthcare solutions available to patients in Central Texas and the… Read more »

Digestive Health Associates of Texas Joins GI Alliance

DALLAS, Jan. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — GI Alliance, one of the nation’s leading independent gastroenterology services organizations, today announced further expansion in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and Texas through a partnership with Digestive Health Associates of Texas. Digestive Health Associates of Texas (“DHAT”) has been a leader in digestive health since 1996. DHAT provides comprehensive, high quality, cost-effective patient care and treatment of digestive and… Read more »

Metropolitan Gastroenterology Associates Joins GI Alliance

DALLAS, Dec. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GI Alliance, the nation’s largest independent gastroenterology services organization, today announced expansion in Louisiana through a partnership with the largest GI physician group in the state, Metropolitan Gastroenterology Associates (MGA) in New Orleans. Including partner physicians in Baton Rouge and Thibodaux, GI Alliance now represents 49 gastroenterologists and 64 advanced practice providers in the state of Louisiana. Nationwide, GI… Read more »

GI Alliance Expands into Mississippi with GI Associates

  DALLAS, Dec. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GI Alliance, the nation’s largest independent gastroenterology services organization, today announced a partnership with Gastrointestinal Associates (“GI Associates”) in Jackson, Mississippi. GI Alliance now operates in eight states, representing more than 760 providers including over 400 gastroenterologists and physicians and 360 advanced practice providers. Established in 1981, GI Associates is the largest… Read more »

Dr. Miller On KBCD – How To Prevent A Future Hospital Stay

“By Karin McCay | November 5, 2020 at 10:32 PM CST – Updated November 5 at 10:33 PM LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – Last year, about 8% of adults in this country delayed or neglected medical care because of the cost. This year, the CDC estimates at least 40% of Americans have delayed or cancelled a medical appointment… Read more »

Notice to Patients: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 3/3/2021

Patients: In order to provide a comfortable and safe environment for our patients and staff, all GI Alliance locations will continue the CDC recommended COVID-19 protection procedures, regardless of some recent city and states adjusting restrictions. All patients will be: Asked to complete COVID-19 survey Checked for fever Required to wear a mask Your doctors… Read more »