Our physician offices are not open on weekends. However, our doctors are on-call at many major hospitals in Greater Cincinnati. If you have an urgent question on a weekend or after-hours, call your physician’s office and listen for the on-call instructions. If this is an emergency, call 911.
If you have never seen a Cincinnati GI physician and would like to select an office close to home, click here. Or you can visit our Providers page and choose a physician. Each physician’s office location(s) are listed on their individual provider pages.
Please download these forms at the top of our Forms page, print them, and bring them to your first appointment: Patient Information Form, Patient Consent Form, Patient Payment Policy, Patient Review of Symptoms, Patient Medical History, and Medication List.
If you do not have access to a printer, you can complete these forms at your first visit. Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to do so.
Each of our offices have slightly different hours. Be sure to go to the Office Locations page for the specific office you are visiting. There you will find hours, providers, directions, and phone numbers.
Cincinnati GI offers three ways to pay: by mail, by phone or online. Before you pay online, have your bill handy so that you know what color it is. The color indicates which of our two payment systems you should use. Green bills go to our physicians’ payment system. Yellow ones go to our Anderson Endoscopy Center.
Patients are generally advised to get their first colonoscopy at the age of 50, but one may be prescribed sooner for patients whose personal or family history includes colon cancer, gastrointestinal bleeding, or other lower-GI issues. Visit our colonoscopy page for more information.
You can read here about general colonoscopy prep instructions. The literature you received from your pharmacy will have specific preparation instructions. If you still have specific questions after reading it, please call your physician’s office.
Please contact your physician’s office directly to request a copy of your medical records. There may be a fee associated with your request. You can find a listing of our physicians and their offices here.
In our Patient Portal you can view appointments, test results, and other basic medical information. If you need more detailed information than what is provided in the portal, please contact your physician’s office directly. You can find a listing of our physicians and their offices here.
If you do not have access to the patient portal, call your physician’s office directly to request it.