For the past four years Dawn Christiansen, RN, has been the Director of the Granite Peaks Endoscopy Center where she cares for dozens of patients each day who come in for gastrointestinal procedures, many of them involving colonoscopies. What’s your role? About 20 percent of my time is administrative work but the other 80 percent […]

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“I miss his hands. He had these really strong, loving hands that always made me feel safe. When I see others with similar hands, I always think of my dad,” reflects Jenny Chavez, who lost her dad, Joe, to colon cancer four years ago. “He really should still be here. We still need him,” adds […]

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Legacy Lecture Series Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 at 7:00 PM Legacy Retirement in the Activity Room 1617 West Temple Lane South Jordan, UT 84095   Subject:  Gastrointestinal Health Presented by Dr. Kyle Barnett Dr. R. Kyle Barnett is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist and has been practicing for nearly 20 years.  In 2008, he partnered with four […]

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March 8th is National Colon Cancer Screening Day! Colorectal cancer is most common in people 50 and older and those with a family history of the disease or a personal history of colorectal cancer, polyps or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Unfortunately, by the time symptoms are present, colorectal cancer can be in an advanced sage. […]

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Granite Peaks Commercial Dr. R. Kyle’s Live TV Interviews: Granite Peaks has a local celebrity! Dr. Kyle Barnett, a Granite Peaks GI specialist, has been featured on several news stations and will have another live interview tomorrow, March 5th at 11:30am on Studio 5 (Channel 5). Be sure to tune in as Dr. Barnett answers colonoscopy […]

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March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, a national acknowledgement to help stop the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. The ‘Ask My Why I’m Blue’ campaign spans the month of March to observe and teach the public about colon cancer. March 1st is National Dress in Blue Day and the 8th is […]

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