Doctor holding medical equipmentCalling all physicians, healthcare providers and healthcare staff members in Northern Virginia! Please join us for our annual Healthcare Professionals VIP Colonoscopy Day on Saturday, March 25, 2023 at our Javier Road Endoscopy Center in Fairfax, VA. This year, 
Dr. Ahmed Hegab, Dr. Asma Khapra, and Dr. Nitin Sardana will the screening physicians on this special Saturday!

Please fill out the form below to begin the registration process and be contacted by our team. The deadline to register is March 10, 2023 and we only have 24 spots available! 

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