We appreciate you.
We thank you for choosing GI North Endoscopy Center as your provider of gastrointestinal endoscopic services. We’re located at 4150 Deputy Bill Cantrell Memorial Road, Suite 209. Our center meets or exceeds State and Joint Commission standards in construction, design, policies and procedures, fire protection, safety, and ADA accessibility.
Your care is our greatest concern.
Your care will be provided by our skilled team of gastroenterologists, certified registered nurse anesthetist, nurses, and technicians, who are all licensed and certified by the State of Georgia and relevant specialty boards. Our center provides excellent patient care using state-of-the-art technology for ambulatory gastrointestinal endoscopy services.
Endoscopy Center Address
4150 Deputy Bill Cantrell Memorial Road
Cumming, Georgia 30040
Visitor parking is available along with convenient patient drop-off in front of the building.
Hours of Operation
Mondays through Fridays, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
We're Here For You
Take a look at some basic points you'll want to know before you come to the center.
Should I Make An Appointment?
If you have health concerns, give us a call. Our professional and friendly staff will schedule an appointment. If you already have an appointment but need to reschedule, please call our office at least 72 hours prior to your scheduled procedure.Procedures Offered
What is a colonoscopy?
A colonoscopy is a procedure in which the lining of the colon is inspected with a flexible instrument called a colonoscope. Your physician can visualize the lining on a television monitor while you are comfortably sedated.Learn more about colonoscopies
What is an upper endoscopy?
An EGD, short for a esophagogastroduodenoscopy, is an examination of the esophagus, stomach, and first portion of the small intestine (duodenum) which is performed with a flexible instrument called an endoscope.Learn more about EGDs
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WHAT TO EXPECT
Before your appointment date, a member of our staff will call you with prep instructions and outpatient information for day of the procedure.
- A colonoscopy is a procedure used to see inside the colon and rectum.
- All solids must be emptied from the gastrointestinal tract by following a clear liquid diet for one to three days before your colonoscopy.
- During the colonoscopy, a sedative, and possibly pain medications, will keep patients unconscious and comfortable.
- Dr. Cofrancesco and Dr. Quijano will remove any polyps and biopsy abnormal-looking tissues during colonoscopy.
- Driving is not recommended for the rest of the day after the procedure.