More than 75,000 patients put their trust in Capital Digestive Care each year and their feedback speaks for itself. Our physicians are among the most highly rated in their communities, ranking 4.7 out of 5 on more than 10,000 patient satisfaction surveys and 4.3 out of 5 on more than 900 insights posted across social media and other physician rating websites. With more than 20 office locations and outpatient surgery centers and more than 80 doctors and advanced care practitioners, Capital Digestive Care is the largest gastroenterology group in the Mid-Atlantic states.
First in Digestive Health
We focus on your total digestive health, diagnosing and treating a wide range of common conditions, from heartburn to constipation to fatty liver disease to colon cancer and many others. Utilizing advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques our patients have access to more services directly within our network, such as infusion therapy, capsule endoscopy, advanced hemorrhoid treatments, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), pathogen panel stool testing, and breath tests for lactose intolerance, h. pylori, and bacterial overgrowth. The result is better care, closer to home and a patient experience that is truly First in Digestive Health!
Established in January 2009, Capital Digestive Care unified more than 50 physicians across the Washington metropolitan area in their desire to advance the delivery of care for patients suffering from all types of digestive health conditions. Our gastroenterologists partner with both a specialized pathology laboratory and the largest clinical research program of its kind in the region to gain a better understanding of each patient’s individual condition and ensure the very best in patient care, medical diagnosis, and the most effective treatment.
As a leader in our specialty and in our community, Capital Digestive Care’s commitment to our patients extends beyond our office doors. Since 2009 we have supported the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) as the presenting sponsor for the National Capital Area Take Steps for Crohn’s and Colitis walk, directing almost $350,000 in support of critical education, research, and awareness programs. Most recently, Capital Digestive Care has partnered with the University of Maryland Center for Health Equity and the Cigna Foundation on a unique community outreach program. The program, aptly titled HAIR for Health Advocates In-reach and Research, trains barbers and stylists to deliver critical health information on colon cancer and colon cancer screening to African Americans.