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Granite Peaks Welcomes James M. Stewart, MD

James M. Stewart, MD:  “As a gastroenterologist, I believe that gastrointestinal health and well-being are critical to enjoying a healthy lifestyle, and all that Utah has to offer. After completing my gastroenterology training at Banner Good Samaritan/ VA program in Phoenix, Arizona, I am pleased to start practicing at Granite Peaks Gastroenterology in Sandy, Utah and will be serving patients from across the Wasatch Front. My special interests include colorectal cancer prevention, GERD, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and I’ve done research in obesity-related liver disease and other gastrointestinal cancers. After losing family to gastrointestinal cancers, I am dedicated to promoting screenings for early detection of colorectal and esophageal cancer.”

James M. Stewart, MD will be accepting new patients and provides same and next day availability. Stewart sees patients in our Sandy office, and has procedure time every week. Visit Dr. Stewart’s bio on our Meet the Team page by clicking here.

Fellowship: Gastroenterology, Banner Good Samaritan/ VA Hospital-Phoenix, AZ
Residency: Internal Medicine, University of California, San Diego, CA
Internship: Internal Medicine, Residency Program, University of California, San Diego, CA
Doctor of Medicine: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT