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Having digestive disease symptoms — chronic heartburn, nausea, abdominal cramps or diarrhea — can be painful and affect your quality of life. These issues with your digestive system, often referred to as the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, are the focus of physicians who specialize in gastroenterology.

At UF Health Gastroenterology in Jacksonville, our experts are dedicated to finding solutions to manage your symptoms and help you to feel better. These board-certified specialists provide innovative and compassionate care for conditions and diseases that affect the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, pancreas, colon, liver and gallbladder. After diagnosing your condition, our doctors will create an effective, individualized care plan to meet your needs.

Gastroenterology: Conditions we treat

Our specialists at UF Health treat a number of conditions affecting your digestive system:

Why choose UF Health Jacksonville?

Our gastroenterology team is a regional leader in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy, liver disease and gastroenterology research. With this expertise, we are able to provide the most advanced research-based treatment options available. UF Health also serves as an important site for fellowship training, with almost half of the gastroenterologists in Jacksonville having either trained or started their careers here.

To better serve your needs, we now have several convenient locations near you where you can be seen by a gastroenterologist.

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