2415 Chambliss Avenue, Cleveland, TN 37311

(423) 559-2800

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Specialists in Digestive Diseases, Hepatology, and Endoscopy.  



What Can You Do on the Patient Portal?

View and print Lab and Imaging Results

View and print Colonoscopy and EGD and Pathology Reports

View and print Office Visit Summaries

View and print Educational Materials

Patient Portal

New Patients

Welcome to our Practice

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We are pleased you have chosen us for your gastrointestinal healthcare needs.

What to Bring to Your Appointment

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Current medications,  including over the counter medications you are taking

Insurance Cards

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Our Office Location

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We are located at

2415 Chambliss Avenue, NW

 Cleveland, TN

Next door to Tennova Healthcare.

Insurance Plans We Participate With

Commercial

Aetna

Blue Cross

Cigna

Healthscope

Humana

Multiplan

United Healthcare

United Healthcare of the River Valley

Medicare

Aetna Medicare

Blue Advantage

Healthspring

Humana Gold Plus

Medicare

Wellcare

Medicaid/Tenncare

Amerigroup

BlueCare


Other Plans

ChampVA

TriCare

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Colorectal Cancer - Have you been screened yet?

Did you know that colon and rectal cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States?


It is also one of the most preventable and curable cancers.


Screening for colorectal cancer is very important and could save your life.  If you are age 50 or older or have a family history of colon cancer or colon polyps, contact us today to learn more about the risks of colorectal cancer.   


According to new guidelines of the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer screening should begin at age 45.  Please contact your insurance company to see if your policy follows this guideline, as not all insurance companies do. 


  



Colorectal Cancer Facts

Colonoscopy is the best test to diagnose colorectal cancer 

Colorectal cancer usually begins as a small growth (polyp)

Removing colon polyps can prevents colorectal cancer

Early colorectal cancer may have no symptoms - early screening saves lives

Family history can increase risk of colon cancer