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North Texas Endoscopy Centers are your trusted source for diagnostic and therapeutic gastrointestinal procedures. With five convenient locations in the North Texas area, we are affiliated with the Digestive Health Associates of Texas and our physicians share expertise, talent and technology to promote the patient's positive outcome, comfort and quality of life.

Our commitment to quality can be seen in our experienced physicians, caring and capable nursing staff and focus on patient satisfaction. We are AAAHC (Accreditation Association Ambulatory Health Care) accredited, meaning our center meets the highest standards for quality care and patient safety. North Texas Endoscopy Centers are also recognized by the ASGE Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program.

North Texas Endoscopy Centers are committed to you and your family’s health and providing the best care possible. It’s not just our goal; it’s who we are.

North Texas Endoscopy Centers – Leaders in Digestive Health – Guided by Patient Care, Defined by Value

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New Study Outlines Ethnic Disparities in Colon Cancer Screening 8/21/2014 : Baker and Liss believe that financial barriers are partially responsible for screening disparities. Colonoscopies remain the most common method of colorectal cancer screening in the United States, and the procedure can be quite costly.  
Red Meat Linked to Breast Cancer 8/14/2014 : Using a statistical model, the researchers estimated that the women who ate the most red meat showed an increase of 6.8 cases of breast cancer for every 1,000 women over the course of 20 years.  
The Importance of Finding a Skilled Gastroenterologist 8/7/2014 : New research shows that choosing an experienced gastroenterologist with a proven track record in adenoma (polyp) detection could reduce your risk of developing colon cancer by nearly half.  
Could Google Glass Be Bad for Your Eye Health? 8/1/2014 : Although this portable piece of technology provides unmatched convenience, the constant upward movement of the eyes places users at increased risk for eye strain and fatigue. Another concern is visual confusion.