North Colorado Gastroenterology relocates clinic
GREELEY, Colo. (March 14, 2011) — The physicians and staff of North Colorado Gastroenterology have moved to 2010 16th St. Suite A. in Greeley, across the street from North Colorado Medical Center.
The move from 1800 15th St. Suite 300 in the medical office building adjacent to NCMC allows the clinic to accommodate a growing staff.
Physician assistant Kara Reynolds, PA-C, joined the clinic in February after graduating from Midwestern University in Arizona. Also in the past year, the clinic added Mark Rosenblatt, MD.
They join gastroenterologists Yazan Qwaider, MD, and Ahmed Sherif, MD The group treats patients for a variety of conditions including but not limited to heartburn, fecal incontinence, chronic constipation and inflammatory bowel disease.
The new office will have a much needed spacious waiting area and increase the exams rooms to seven from the current three exam rooms. To schedule an appointment with the practice, please call (970) 378-4475 or 1-888-557-0505. The clinic also has office hours to see patients at the Medical Arts Centre of Windsor, 1300 Main St. in Windsor.
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