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Healthcare: Gastroenterology & Digestive Health

For Patients: GI and Digestive Health

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General Information

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Please visit our central patient information page for information on insurance, pay online, billing, hotel/motel guide, customer service, privacy practices (HIPAA), and forms including general health, Authorization for Release of Protected Health Information (medical records), and Patient Relationship Agreement.

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Gastroenterology Forms

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For your convenience, you may download, print and fill out the following patient packet prior to your appointment:

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Gastroenterology Patient Information

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Please visit our conditions page to see a comprehensive list of conditions we treat and our procedures page for a comprehensive list of procedures we perform.

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IBD Patient Information

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For more information about inflammatory bowel disease and our affiliated institutions, follow the links below.

Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America
A non-profit organization for patients and families dedicated towards finding a cure to Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. A reliable source of information and patient support.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program at Texas Children's Hospital
Our pediatric affiliate in caring for children and adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease.

Clinical Trials
As an academic medical center, Baylor conducts clinical trials that give participants access to the latest, most comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options available.

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Parking Rates

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See McNair Campus parking rates.

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Eating less fat and more vegetables, fruits and grains may reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer in postmenopausal women.
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A Matter of Health: Low-fat diet may lower postmenopausal pancreatic cancer risk

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Eating less fat and more vegetables, fruits and grains may reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer in postmenopausal women.