Shared Knowledge, Shared Benefits

When you are part of the GCP network, you have the ability to work collaboratively with our other GCP Partners. These partners are leaders in the field, performing some of the world’s most advanced interventional endoscopic treatments and clinical research. Through our network, your patients have access to these treatments at top-rated facilities. 

GCP partners have the opportunity to serve patients with sophisticated therapeutic techniques:

  • Endoscopic weight loss: These procedures offer non-surgical weight loss alternatives for select individuals, including endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty or placement of an intragastric balloon.
  • Argon Plasma Coagulation for Vascular Ectasia: Advanced treatment for vascular lesions involving argon gas and electrical current.
  • Band Ligation for Esophageal Varices: Treatment to stop bleeding by cutting off blood flow.
  • Cystogastrostomy for Pancreatic Cyst: Endoscopic outpatient surgery to resolve a pseudocyst that develops from pancreatitis.
  • Endoscopic Mucosal Resection: A far less invasive method to remove abnormal tissues from the digestive tract lining. 
  • Endoscopic Pancreatic Necrosectomy for Acute Pancreatitis: Dead tissues can be removed from the pancreas with a less invasive approach. 
  • Endoscopic Suturing: Repairs opening in the digestive tract with a custom endoscopic tool.
  • EndoRotor®: This interventional endoscopic tool can dissect, resect, or collect tissue for evaluation.
  • Enteroscopy for GI Bleeding: For access to the bowel midsection or jejunum.
  • HALO Radiofrequency Ablation for Barrett’s Esophagus: A combination of RF ablation and EGD to destroy abnormal tissue in the esophagus.
  • Stone Management: Various endoscopic strategies, such as choledochoscopy and pancreatoscopy can visualize and treat stones within the bile and pancreatic ducts.
  • And more
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Submucosal “third-space” endoscopy

When partnered with GCP, patients with lesions in the GI tract have access to a minimally invasive surgical approach to remove polyps or early cancerous cells from the esophagus, stomach, colon, or rectum.

  • ESD and POEM: Procedures that remove tumors or treat swallowing disorders by working within the digestive tract wall layers.
  • G-POEM: An adaptation for treating delayed stomach emptying (gastroparesis) by targeting the pylorus muscle.
  • Probe-Based Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy (PCLE): This technology aids in identifying and removing cancerous or precancerous tissue in real time during endoscopy.
  • Sphincterotomy and Stent Implantation: Advanced interventional endoscopy to alleviate obstructions in the digestive tract by inserting small tubes or stents endoscopically, often used as an initial step before more invasive interventions.

A leader in clinical research

GCP is home to some of the nation’s leading centers for gastroenterology research. To date, GCP practices have completed 70 clinical trials, and are currently active in 30. Both national and international pharmaceutical companies trust GCP practices with this critical research, paving the way for new developments in the GI industry.

Research Development

"This is the way to provide elevated care to the patients. GCP provides resources and invests in technology, which nourishes the research. I value GCP’s vision in taking research to the next level."

– Chief Research Officer Dr. Buck Patel

Dr. Buck Patel in suit being interviewed

At Gastro Care Partners, our shared knowledge, vast resources, and commitment to each practice are unique in the MSO industry.

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