GI Associates and Endoscopy Center

GI Associates and Endoscopy Center

GI Associates is leading the way in the field of gastroenterology in Mississippi. Our aim is to provide patients with the highest level of service and the most comprehensive quality of Gastrointestinal care. From the start, you will notice that quality of care is coupled with a warm, friendly environment.

Why Choose GI Associates?

GI Associates strives to provide excellence in all we do. It is our goal to help diagnose your problems, give you tips on living well with specific gastrointestinal diseases, and provide the highest level of comfort and service during your procedures.

Our History

We have built a successful practice because we serve the best clients.

In 1981, Dr. James H. Johnston, III, Dr. Billy W. Long, and Dr. James Q. Sones saw a need for gastrointestinal care in the Jackson metro area.

They organized GI Associates and in 1987, relocated to a central location in Jackson. The Gastrointestinal Associates Endoscopy Center, an outpatient procedure facility was built in 2001 to provide patients a state of the art facility with the latest technology combined with the highest level of service. The practice has expanded to include additional board certified Gastroenterologists and other specialized staff plus various outpatient procedures and clinical trials of new treatments. Growth and change are a constant for GI Associates because their goal is to provide patients with the highest and most comprehensive quality of service with a caring approach.

Find A Provider

Please note all office locations have resumed normal business hours.

As GI Associates continually strives to keep patients and staff protected from COVID-19, we are also offering appointments using TeleHeath. This will allow you to visit with a physician from the safety of your home and still get the GI care you’ve come to expect from us. Call 601-355-1234 to speak with our staff and determine the best approach for you.

CDC / Mississippi State Department of Health Update:

Persons with COVID-19 who have symptoms may discontinue isolation under the following conditions.

  1. 14 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and
  2. At least 24 hours have passed since last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and
  3. Symptoms have improved