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Welcome to the

Colorectal Surgical

Associates of Nevada

Our mission is to provide appropriate, timely and compassionate care for our patients, in a manner that leads to best outcomes in a friendly, professional and patient focused setting.
APPOINTMENTS

 

All office visits are by appointment. We greatly value your time, and make every effort to see you as close to your appointment time as possible.

Please arrive 30 minutes early for your first appointment so that the collection of your initial patient record information will not compromise your time with the physician. Please bring with you all medications you are currently taking.   

If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, please be sure to call us at least 24 hours in advance, so we may offer the time to another patient. 

Las Vegas Colorectal Surgeon
Del E Webb Medical Plaza
PAYMENT POLICY

 

All office visits are by appointment. We greatly value your time, and make every effort to see you as close to your appointment time as possible.

Please arrive 30 minutes early for your first appointment so that the collection of your initial patient record information will not compromise your time with the physician. Please bring with you all medications you are currently taking.   

If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, please be sure to call us at least 24 hours in advance, so we may offer the time to another patient. 

WHAT DOES A COLORECTAL SURGEON DO?

 

Colorectal surgeons, also called colon and rectal surgeons or proctologists, are physicians who specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of conditions that affect the lower digestive tract (i.e., the large intestine, rectum, and anus). Colorectal surgeons undergo extensive education and advanced training. They have comprehensive knowledge about general surgery and in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the colon, rectum and anus.

Colorectal surgeons provide patient care as part of a health care team. They work with nurses and other medical professionals (e.g., genetic counselors), as well as with other physicians (e.g., internists, general practitioners, radiologists, anesthesiologists, pathologists, gastroenterologists). Colorectal surgeons usually work in hospitals or surgical centers.

Colorectal surgeons perform many screening and diagnostic tests, including ultrasound, colonoscopy, virtual colonoscopy in conjuction with the radioligist and flexible sigmoidoscopy. They also perform surgical procedures such as open and laparoscopic colorectal surgery (e.g., colon resection, colectomy, polypectomy, anal and rectal procedures) and ostomy (e.g., colostomy, ileostomy).