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Dave Barry is a writer for the Miami Herald and wrote a cometic piece about his experience having a colonoscopy.  Not only is the following column informative, but it sheds light on a reality that happens more often than not.  Click here to link to the Miami Herald website, where this article was originally published […]

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In honor of GI Nurses and Associates Appreciation Week, are observing and honoring today being all about patient safety. Granite Peaks goes above and beyond to ensure each and every patient is safe before, during and after their procedure and office consultation. The Granite Peaks Endoscopy Center is state-of-the-art and fully equipped with the latest […]

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Today is the last day of Colon Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean the fight against colon cancer stops today. Here are some things you can do to help yourself, your family, and your friends: Get Screened!  If you’re 50 and over, schedule your screening colonoscopy today.  It could save your life. If you […]

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At Granite Peaks, we believe it’s very important to learn about your provider, and their goals that are aimed at creating the best patient care possible. Granite Peaks Gastroenterology brings a new dimension to healthcare in Utah. Formed in Sandy, Utah, Granite Peaks brings together a team of well-established physicians and staff with the common goal of creating […]

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Patient Perspective: Going the Extra Mile & Finding a Doctor that Does the Same Last May, Dixie Williams recalls being scared and sick. Arriving at Alta View Hospital and admitted with a bleeding ulcer, her hands and feet were swollen and breathing was difficult. It wasn’t the first time her ulcer had acted up and […]

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For specialized problems, trust specialized care. For cardiac concerns, you trust a cardiologist. For a broken bone, you see an orthopedic surgeon. Similarly, your GI concerns and digestive tract health are best-entrusted to a Granite Peaks GI specialist. Unlike doctors from other specialties who perform GI procedures without true specialty training, gastroenterologists train for years […]

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