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  • Barrett's Esophagus Treatment Center

    The multidisciplinary Barrett’s Esophagus Treatment Center at Massachusetts General Hospital provides comprehensive care, from endoscopic diagnosis to minimally invasive treatment, for Barrett’s esophagus.

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    Call to request an appointment or refer a patient: 617-275-9082

  • Weight Center

    The Massachusetts General Hospital Weight Center is a fully integrated center within the Digestive Healthcare Center that supports the spectrum of needs for people of all ages seeking help with obesity and weight loss.

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    Call to refer a patient or request a new patient appointment: 617-726-0373

  • Swallowing and Heartburn Center

    The Swallowing and Heartburn Center at the Massachusetts General Hospital Digestive Healthcare Center provides both primary treatment and second opinion evaluations for throat, esophagus and stomach disorders.

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    Call to make an appointment or refer a patient: 617-724-6038

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  • Swallowing and Heartburn Program

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    The Swallowing and Heartburn Program at the Gastroenterology Division of Massachusetts General Hospital provides both primary treatment and second opinion evaluations for disorders of the esophagus and stomach.

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    For more information or to make an appointment: 617-724-6038

Currently Browsing:General and Gastrointestinal Surgery

  • Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Program

    The Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Program at Massachusetts General Hospital offers a full spectrum of safe and effective surgical procedures for obesity, weight disorders and metabolic disease.

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    Call to refer a patient or request a new patient appointment: 617-726-0373

  • Gastroesophageal Surgery Program

    Massachusetts General Hospital's Gastroesophageal Surgery Program offers advanced surgical options to treat the complete range of gastroesophageal conditions, including gastric and esophageal cancers and benign esophageal disease.

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    Call to refer a patient or request an appointment: 617-724-1020

Currently Browsing:Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • Midlife Women's Health Center

    The Massachusetts General Hospital Midlife Women’s Health Center brings together experts from more than 15 specialties to improve, promote and advance health care for women at menopause and beyond through research, collaboration and education.

    Contact us: 617-726-6776

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Currently Browsing:Pediatrics

  • Pediatric Anesthesia

    The Pediatric Anesthesia team at MassGeneral Hospital for Children specializes in caring for children before, during and after surgery and other procedures.

    For more information, please call: 617-724-2250

  • Pediatric Surgery

    The Pediatric Surgery service at MassGeneral Hospital for Children is an international referral center for the complete spectrum of general and thoracic pediatric and neonatal surgical services.

    Contact the Pediatric Surgery Service at: 617-726-0270

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  • Gastroesophageal Surgery Program

    Massachusetts General Hospital's Gastroesophageal Surgery Program offers advanced surgical options to treat the complete range of gastroesophageal conditions, including gastric and esophageal cancers and benign esophageal disease.

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    Call to refer a patient or request an appointment: 617-724-1020

News

  • Frequently asked questions: LINX® system - 9/24/2012, Mass General

    David Rattner, MD, chief of the Division of Gastrointestinal and General Surgery at the Mass General Digestive Healthcare Center, answers frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the LINX® Reflux Management System, a new treatment option for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

  • Relief from GERD, once and for all - 11/26/2008, Mass General

    Finally, good news for patients who have chosen not to have surgery to treat their gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) because they doubted surgery’s effectiveness. A new study reveals the benefits of a simple procedure that can vastly improve their quality of life. And, even better, the relief offered by this surgery is lasting and doesn’t require the hassle and expense of taking proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and other prescription and over-the-counter drugs.

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