- 7th Floor
- Clinic phone:
- (206) 744-3241
- Clinic contacts:
- Bahaa Wanly
GI Clinic RN - Diana Macandog
firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 744-1373 or 1374
GI PCC - Julie Sniadoski
email@example.com, (206) 744-5021
GI PCC - Teri Burrow
firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 744-1043
GI PCC - Arlene Elwell
email@example.com, (206) 744-2793
- Christina Surawicz
- Wednesday, 12:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, 12:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Residents will develop the skills necessary to diagnose and treat common
GI diseases including chronic abdominal pain, GERD, PUD/dyspepsia, viral
hepatitis, end stage liver disease, IBD, IBS, chronic diarrhea/constipation,
diverticulosis, anorectal complaints. Additionally, an emphasis will be
placed on understanding the role of the gastroenterologist in the management
of patients with GI disease.
- Provide first year residents with the skills necessary to diagnose
and treat common GI diseases.
- Understand the role of the gastroenterologist in the management of
patients with GI disease.
The residents should gain knowledge and skills in the following areas
of GI medicine:
- Appropriate history and physical exam in evaluation of patients with
- Indications for endoscopy and GI referral.
- GI prevention: Cancer screening (colon, barretts).
- Evaluation and management of patients with common GI diseases including:
- Chronic abdominal pain
- Viral hepatitis
- End stage liver disease
- Chronic diarrhea/constipation
- Anorectal complaints
- Harborview GI Orientation
- American Liver Foundation. Chronic Hepatitis
- American Liver Foundation. Interferon Treatment
for Hepatitis B and C
- American Liver Foundation. Chemical and Drug
Induced Liver Injury
- American Liver Foundation. Liver Biopsy
- Hepatitis Foundation. Hepatitis A & B Vaccination
- Hepatitis Foundation. Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis Foundation. Diet and your Liver
- Hepatitis Foundation. Caring for your Liver
- Seeff LB, Alter HJ. Spousal Transmission of
the Hepatitis C Virus? Ann Intern Med 1994;120:807-809.
- Washington State Department of Health. Viral