Advanced Gastroenterology cares about our Community!

Free Colonoscopy Day

Advanced Gastroenterology is also very much committed to our community. This spring we held our first annual "Free Colonoscopy Day," on March 16th to bring awareness to how important Colon Cancer screening is. We also wanted to provide a much needed service to the local population in need of medical care. Our Center was able to provide colonoscopies to 13 uninsured individuals at no charge to the patients. It was a very heart warming and humbling experience that we plan to do every year.

Project Access Clark County

Advanced Gastroenterology also participate in the Project Access Program

  • We take one new patient per month and receive no compensation for their ongoing care.
  • Project Access Clark County (PACC) is a specialty care referral program.
  • PACC is the Free Clinic's newest program, having launched in July 2008.
  • PACC coordinates donated specialty care with patients who have no other access to the services.In order to qualify for PACC you must pass eligibility requirements.



Advanced Gastroenterology
participates in the effort to
raise money, to find a cure
for Crohn’s and Colitis.



Pearl Jam's Mike McCready:
Racing like a rock star with Team Challenge!

Mike McCready, lead guitarist for Pearl Jam, discusses his Crohn's disease and involvement with CCFA's Team Challenge in this new video! If you would like to participate in a walk to raise money for Crohn’s and Colitis foundation log on to www.ccfa.org and find a location near you.
Click on this link to view Mike McCready’s video