YES, We Are Open!

As our State begins the reopen plan, we are taking a staged approach to expanding our services while maintaining a safe and healthy environment. At this time, we are limiting our procedure schedule to the month of May. This precaution

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COVID-19 FAQs

COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus   How is coronavirus transmitted? Via respiratory droplets produced when an infected person sneezes or coughs and can infect people in close contact (within 6 feet). Touching contaminated surfaces before touching your eyes/nose/mouth might also lead to

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Celiac Disease

Recently at DHC’s Lunch-N-Learn, our very own DNP, Nancy L’Heureux presented to us the gluten-sensitive disease known as celiac. Nancy explained the details of the disease, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Read on to find out the highlights of Nancy’s presentation.

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ERCP

Treatment Option for Blockages of the Bile or Pancreatic Ducts ERCP, which stands for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, is a minimally invasive procedure performed by gastroenterologists in order to relieve blockages within the bile or pancreatic ducts (the tubes that carry

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What is GERD?

Gastroesophageal reflux disease represents the abnormal passage of stomach contents (including acid) Into the esophagus. When this happens some patients experience heartburn, which is a burning in the mid abdomen–sometimes radiating up the chest. In addition to heartburn, patients may

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Diverticulosis

Diverticulosis is a condition in which small, sac-like pouches protrude out of the colon wall. These pouches are called diverticula and are incredibly common. About 60% of people will develop diverticulosis by the time they reach age 60. Once formed, these

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