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Gastroenterology Clinic

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Division of Gastroenterology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
2215B Garland Avenue
Room 1030C, MRB IV
Nashville, TN 37232-0252
615-322-0128

Facilities

Vanderbilt University Hospital and The Vanderbilt Clinic

  • 650 bed hospital and active primary care and tertiary referral components
  • GI facility with 5 endoscopy rooms, one fluoroscopy room for ERCP, a recovery room, and 4 outpatient clinic rooms
  • Outpatient clinics held 10 half-days per week and include 25-30 new patient visits per week
  • GI endoscopy facility averages 300-350 procedures per month
  • GI clinical service consists of one GI faculty member (the attending), GI fellows (one or two) and a medical resident. Duties include inpatient consultation service (2-5 consults/day), endoscopy, and outpatient clinics
  • Liver transplant program established in 1991. Four hepatologists and 3 liver transplant surgeons are involved. Transplant service consists of one attending hepatologist, one GI fellow, and the surgical team. There is an active VA component to the transplant program.

Veterans Administration Hospital

  • 450 bed hospital serving Middle Tennessee, Western Kentucky, and Northern Alabama
  • GI endoscopy facility with recovery area. Cases requiring fluoroscopy (ERCP, esophageal dilatation) are performed in our Radiology Department
  • Outpatient GI clinics held 3 half-days per week
  • GI endoscopy facility averages 250-300 procedures per month
  • Clinical service consists of one GI faculty member (the attending), GI fellows (one or two), and a medical resident. Duties include inpatient consultations (4-6 consults/day) and endoscopy. Clinical faculty participate in endoscopic instruction for fellows