Take Control of Your Pancreatic Health

Get the most comprehensive care possible for your pancreatic disorder without leaving Connecticut.

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Your One-Stop Shop for Specialized Pancreatic Care

Our gastroenterologists are highly trained experts who use advanced tools to help diagnose and treat pancreatic conditions, so you regain a healthy biliary tract and digestion.

  • Specialized Pancreatic Care In Connecticut

    The pancreas and bile duct are areas of the body where diseases can be severe, diagnoses are difficult to make, and treatment may require invasive surgery. Yet Connecticut’s population need not travel to Boston, New York, or other centers for such specialized care. Connecticut GI’s team routinely provides relatively non-invasive endoscopic procedures (EUS and ERCP) that allow us to diagnose and manage many of these conditions.

    Many of our patients are referred by gastroenterologists and surgeons outside our center because of the complex and advanced level of care we can provide.

  • Diagnosis and Treatment

    Your gastroenterologist will evaluate your symptoms and recommend a diagnostic test to determine your condition. If diagnosed with a biliary tract disorder, you’ll receive a custom treatment plan.

  • When to See a Specialist

    Don’t wait to see a doctor. Symptoms of pancreatic conditions can get worse or more dangerous without diagnosis and treatment. Talk to your primary care doctor about your symptoms. If your doctor recommends you see a specialist request a referral to Connecticut GI.

  • Conditions We Treat

    • Cancer – Tumors or harmful growths found in the pancreas, gallbladder, and liver
    • Gallstones – Small stones made of nutrients that get stuck in your gallbladder
    • Liver or pancreatic cysts – Sacs of fluid that form on the pancreas, liver, or other part of your digestive tract
    • Pancreatitis – Inflammation of the pancreas that can be caused by gallstones or other enzymes in your body
    • Strictures – Narrowing of the bile or pancreatic duct caused by scar tissue or tumors that obstruct the flow of your gastrointestinal (GI) tract

Appointment Request Form

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1. This form is intended for non-urgent appointment requests only. Our office will handle non-emergency requests within 48 hours.