Colonoscopy & Endoscopy
If you are being referred for a screening colonoscopy, meaning you are at average risk of colon cancer, in good health and not experiencing any abdominal pain, bleeding, change in bowel habits, or other GI symptoms, you may not need an appointment in the office to schedule the procedure. We ask that you fill out a colonoscopy questionnaire which the doctor will review.
While we encourage our patients to use the patient portal, you can also download the documents here:
Once you completed the documents, you may return to the office in person, or by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also be able to upload these documents using the patient portal by sending a message to your provider.
If you are being referred for a diagnostic colonoscopy, meaning your are experiencing abdominal pain, bleeding, change in bowel habits or other GI symptoms, you will need an appointment in the office to schedule the procedure. Please call 305-294-1041 to schedule an appointment or use the "Schedule Your Appointment" button on the right at every screen.
For more information on the types of colonoscopy and how they are covered by insurance, please click on the following link:
Colonoscopy Prep Instructions & Frequently Asked Questions
Click on the link below to download our colonoscopy prep instructions:
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