Originally, I was given an appointment time of 10:45am the day of my procedure. A few days prior to that day I was contacted by Metro GI staff stating that they had a cancellation and if I could come in for 10:00am instead. I agreed to come in at the revised time of10:00am. I arrived at 9:47am and was not called for my procedure until 12:05pm. This, to me, seems like an extraordinary amount of time to wait. Apparently your office overbooked appointments on that day. Other than the wait time, l was thoroughly satisfied with Dr.Reddy and the Nursing staff. Thanks
Dr Brenner is very personable and friendly. I feel very comfortable talking to him. He makes you feel comfortable as he explains about your problems.
Dr. Mayer is an awesome doctor and very personable. His staff is friendly and courteous.
My entire process was amazing! Very smooth as the team of medical staff were super friendly, kind, and sensitive to my procedure. My anesthesiologist, Crystal, was so kind and very informative as she explained everything she was going to do and what I would experience, before she did it! Dr. Wegmann was very kind and introduced himself to me letting me know he would be performing my procedures. Great office to have your procedure done! 🙌🏾❤️
He's the best doctor for me
Welcome to Metropolitan Gastroenterology Associates, where you are more than just a number—you are our number one priority! Our team of gastroenterology specialists diagnose, manage, and treat a plethora of GI conditions ranging from acid reflux and constipation to Crohn’s disease and colon cancer. Our physician-led network of experts are here to provide the best possible care for all your GI needs and will work with you to achieve your goals in digestive health wellness.
One of the best ways to stay vigilant against colon cancer is early detection. If you are 45 years old or over, have a family history of colon cancer, or are at a heightened risk for colon cancer, protect your health by having a colonoscopy screening. A colonoscopy not only helps to prevent and detect colon cancer, it can diagnose GI symptoms like abdominal pain, blood in the stool, diarrhea, and more. Find beneficial answers to your GI symptoms and safeguard your colon with a quick and easy 15 – 30-minute colonoscopy.
Approximately 1.6 million Americans are affected by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The most common forms of IBD include ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Every year, approximately 70,000 new cases are diagnosed in both adults and children, with many patients receiving their diagnosis before the age of 35. IBD is a chronic condition that has no cure, but with the proper assistance, inflammatory bowel disease can be successfully managed.