Welcome to The Center for Digestive & Liver Health and The Endoscopy Center!

Welcome to the website for The Center for Digestive & Liver Health and The Endoscopy Center, where we specialize in the prevention, detection, and management of digestive diseases. Our physicians and staff are committed to preserving your digestive health and providing the advanced care you deserve.

Drs. Mark E. Murphy, Edward Rydzak, Steven L. Carpenter, Charles W. Duckworth, Mark R. Nyce, Ryan C. Wanamaker, George C. Aragon, Rodney S. Cohen, Brent W. Acker, and Madeline R. Russell strive to deliver comprehensive, high-quality care to patients of Savannah, GA, Pooler, GA, Hardeeville, SC, and their surrounding areas.

Highly-Trained Team of Specialists

Our team of board-certified gastroenterologists perform the latest diagnostic testing in gastroenterology, including colonoscopies, endoscopic ultrasounds and flexible sigmoidoscopy. We employ modern techniques to treat many conditions, such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, GERD, hemorrhoidsconstipation and hepatitis.

The Endoscopy Center is staffed with well-trained professionals who are ACLS certified and provide comfortable, patient-centered care. All physicians who perform procedures in our endoscopy center are certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and have met the guidelines outlined by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. The Endoscopy Center's quality indicators we have implemented ensure we are excelling on both a personal and national level.

Contact Us Today!

At The Center for Digestive & Liver Health and The Endoscopy Center, we are committed to your well-being. If you have any questions, please call us at (912) 303-4200 or request an appointment today!

 

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ATTENTION: Infusion Patients

As of now, there are no plans to scale back infusion services, as the 4 GI societies recommend infusions for patients on immunosuppressive treatments for IBD. All infusion patients will be provided masks upon check-in and immediately brought back to their infusion room by the nurse.

We will do everything we can to keep our IBD patients safe and well during the COVID-19 pandemic. Preventing a flair of your disease is our priority. Our GI societies recommend that you stay on your maintenance therapy to stay in remission. A flair of your IBD may result in increased risks to you with the need for corticosteroids, additional immunosuppression or hospitalization. Our infusion center is committed to maintaining a safe and functional infusion service throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Please keep your scheduled appointment for your infusions. Contact us immediately if you develop a cough, fever, or GI symptoms concerning for a flair.

Click here, for more information from the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation.

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