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Posted March 30, 2017


Randolph Health Endoscopy Center Receives AAAHC Accreditation Again


We are pleased to announce that we just went through the AAAHC (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care) Accreditation process and survery again on February 22, 2017, scoring 100 without any recommendations! The accreditation certification received will go through February, 2020. The surveyor even voiced to us that she was very pleased with the staff and facility. We have maintained a regulatory accreditation certificate since the facility was established in 1993. The AAAHC survey assures the safety and quality of our healthcare practices including pre- and post- monitoring, continuing education of our staff and proper maintenance of equipment.

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Community Involvement

At Randolph Health Gastroenterology, 
we strive to enrich the communities where we live and work. The skills, expertise, and passion of our providers and staff bring tremendous value to community organizations serving people in need. We are committed to developing community based initiatives that support employees in civic participation through company-sponsored and personal volunteer initiatives.

News at Randolph Health Gastroenterology

Change happens every day, and unless we tell you about it, you don't know it's happening. We are committed to letting you know what's going on at Randolph Health Gastroenterology continuously whether it's a new provider that's joined our practice, a state-of-the-art new service we have to offer, or simply that an article has been published about our practice in a local publication.


Thank you for taking the time to read these newsworthy events below.

Posted June 13, 2018


The American Cancer Society Now Recommends That Colorectal Cancer Screenings Start at Age 45, Instead of 50


On May 30, 2018, the American Cancer Society updated its colorectal cancer screening guideline for people at average risk. In the new guideline, the American Cancer Society recommends that people at average risk of colorectal cancer start regular screening at age 45, instead of starting at age 50 as recommended in the previous guideline. Why is this important? Colorectal cancer is one of the most common causes of cancer deaths in our country, and it can be detected early through regular screenings. Regular screenings are recommended universally to start at 45 because the risk of colorectal cancer increases with age. Although unpleasant, a colonoscopy could save your life. Call us today at 336-625-0305 to schedule your screening and colonoscopy!

Posted July 14, 2015


Randolph Health Gastroenterology Launches New Website


We have designed and developed our new website with you, our patient, in mind – making it more user-friendly, with added information, and increased features and interaction such as:

  • An “In The News” section keeping you informed with updates on your doctor and practice.

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Posted February 23, 2016


March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month: Getting Screened Could Save Your Life


Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death among men and women in the US, but many colon cancers can be prevented with regular testing. March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month – no better time to learn the facts about colon cancer and get tested. It could save your life.

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