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Digestive problems can seriously impact your daily life, so it's important to care for your digestive tract. From heartburn to complex digestive and liver disorders, Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas diagnoses and treats a broad range of digestive conditions.
We provide comprehensive, compassionate care with your comfort in mind. Caring for patients begins with providing diagnostic and therapeutic services for patients with all types of gastrointestinal disorders or digestive diseases.
We also offer information and options to make healthy changes to your lifestyle, as well as screenings, comprehensive diagnosis, therapeutic services and nutrition support, to help improve your digestive health.
Baylor Dallas is committed to providing you quality digestive care in a compassionate environment. Our qualified, experienced team of physicians on the medical staff, nurses and technicians uses advanced equipment and procedures to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal diseases.
The GI (Endoscopy) Lab at Baylor Dallas has 10 procedure rooms and a 24-bed observation area within the 18,000-square-foot department, allowing patients to remain in the same area to recover following their procedures.
Baylor Dallas is nationally recognized for treating patients with digestive, liver, colon, and rectal issues and continues to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report "Best Hospitals" rankings for Gastroenterology and GI Surgery. In 2016, for the 19th time, they ranked our program among the nation's top 50 hospitals for Gastroenterology/GI Surgery.
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