Portland Gastroenterology Center

Welcome to Portland Gastroenterology Center, serving physicians and patients throughout Maine and Northern New England. We offer state-of-the-art technology in a safe, comfortable setting in Portland, Maine. As a patient, you benefit from the collective experience of our highly skilled gastroenterologists. From routine screenings to the most advanced procedures, we offer the best in care and always treat you with the dignity you deserve.

We have moved!

We have moved to a new location with improved facilities and easy access: the former Maine Department of Health and Human Services building at 161 Marginal Way in Portland. Our new location (an additional 10,000 square feet) provides important benefits to patients and their families, including:

  • Additional privacy and space in our prep and recovery bays
  • Six state-of-the-art endoscopy rooms equipped with the latest technology
  • On-site phlebotomy
  • A comfortable waiting area with wi-fi for drivers/family members, and easy access to walking trails, restaurants and shopping
  • Our drive-up canopy: shelter and added safety in inclement weather
  • A spacious infusion site with wi-fi, television and a beautiful view of Portland’s Back Bay

For directions, click here.

Watch our video and learn more about the importance of having a colonoscopy.

Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths. But early detection through colonoscopy can reduce your risk of developing the disease by 90%.

Maybe you’re just unsure because you feel healthy. Maybe you’ve lost sight of the fact that colonoscopy protects even healthy people against the serious risk of colorectal cancer. Or, maybe, convincing a loved one of the importance of good colon health is a challenge.

Here at Portland Gastroenterology, our gastroenterologists are available to offer colonoscopies in the comfort of our state-of-the-art Endoscopy Center.

After you schedule your exam, go back to your to-do list and proudly check off this important step in protecting your health. With that out of the way, what’s next on your list? A cooking class? A new fishing rod? Guitar lessons? Good health opens many doors!

Click to visit our Understanding Colonoscopy page for more information.