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Gastro Group Of The Palm Beaches Merges With Tampa General

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John Couris, President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital, photographed at TGH overlooking the Tampa skyline on Sept. 28, 2018.

Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches is now the Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches, providing patients in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast with the world-class care and complex services of a major, academic medical center right in their own backyard.

Tampa General Hospital Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches is staffed by five of Palm Beach County’s top gastrointestinal specialists. These physicians — Dr. Steven Krumholz, Dr. Jeffrey H. Garelick, Dr. Robert S. Raymond, Dr. Glenn H. Englander and Dr. Sherman M. Chamberlain — trained at some of the world’s most respected institutions and have a broad spectrum of experience in the field.

“After nearly 40 years of providing next-level service to our patients, we are thrilled to take this important step in joining forces with Tampa General Hospital and advancing treatment for patients,” Krumholz said. “We look forward to continuing to provide our patients with the highest quality care in the region.”

Gastro Group of the Palm Beaches’ two locations are now part of the Tampa General Hospital brand, making it the second TGH medical group on Florida’s East Coast. In addition to the state-of-the-art West Palm Beach location, patients will continue to visit the Palm Beach Gardens facility.

Tampa General gastroenterology surgeons and specialists will work in collaboration with Gastro Group physicians to provide the most comprehensive treatment options in a seamless, coordinated manner. Patients who need complex, specialized surgeries will benefit from a convenient, streamlined process to have surgeries in Tampa with pre- and post-surgery care performed in Palm Beach County.

“We are very pleased to take this important step in adding gastroenterology to our list of East Coast comprehensive treatment options,” said John Couris, Tampa General Hospital’s president and CEO. “We look forward to providing the world-class care that TGH is known for to residents in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast.”

Tampa General’s gastroenterology and GI surgery program is the highest ranked in Florida and No. 24 in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for 2020-21. Tampa General also was named “high performing” for colon cancer surgery by U.S. News. Clinicians use the most advanced technology available to diagnose and treat a variety of GI conditions, including those affecting the esophagus, stomach, liver and pancreas, as well as intestinal and colorectal conditions. Surgeons perform a wide array of laparoscopic and robotic GI surgeries, as well as complex open GI surgeries. TGH’s pancreatic, hepatic and biliary cancer programs, and the esophageal disorders program, have also received disease-specific certification from the Joint Commission.

Tampa General’s expansion plans across the state will continue as the institute builds relationships with additional local physicians in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, aggregating more specialists into the Tampa General network to provide comprehensive treatment options across multiple specialties.

Tampa General Hospital, a 1,006-bed, nonprofit, academic medical center, is one of the largest hospitals in America. For more info., visit www.tgh.org.

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