Gastroenterology & Colorectal Surgery

Gastroenterology & Colorectal Surgery

Learn more about gastrointestinal (GI) and Colorectal Surgery Services at Aurora

The experienced Aurora Health Care GI and colorectal doctors and surgeons provide the most advanced procedures and patient-friendly care in the region.

Aurora St. Luke's has the highest national ranking in Wisconsin for Gastroenterology & GI Surgery.

About GI Services/Colorectal Surgery

Gastroenterology (GI) specialists diagnose and treat conditions involving your digestive system, which includes your esophagus (throat), stomach, liver, pancreas, bile ducts, colon and rectum.

Our GI specialists provide complete care for gastrointestinal conditions and our services include medical management, testing, procedures and surgery. Learn more about GI care at Aurora.

Conditions and Treatments

GI specialists at Aurora treat conditions that involve the functions of food intake and outtake – swallowing, digesting and expelling waste. These conditions range from mild, such as stomach pain or heart burn, to severe, such as Crohn's disease and colorectal cancer.

Treatment ranges from medication and in-office minor procedures to major surgeries. No matter what gastrointestinal condition you are experiencing, our GI specialists can help.

You deserve the best care and treatment options available today for gastrointestinal conditions. Call 888-649-6892 for more information.

Endoscopic Suturing

Endoscopic Suturing

  • Endoscopic stitching or suturing (OverStitch™) has advantages over traditional open surgery, including a lower risk of infection, less post-operative pain, faster recovery time and no visible scars. Learn about Aurora's expertise in endoscopic suturing.
Advanced Pancreatic Services

Advanced Pancreatic Services

Innovative Treatments for Barrett's Esophagus

Treatments for Barrett's Esophagus

  • Aurora Health Care GI specialists are experienced in the Halo procedure, which uses EGD with radiofrequency ablation to treat Barrett's Esophagus and other conditions of the esophagus.