U.S. News & World Report released its inaugural ranking of best ambulatory surgery centers in May 2024.


The rankings evaluated 2,029 ASCs performing Colonoscopies and Endoscopies using three years of Medicare data, including the frequency of complications, ER visits, unplanned hospitalizations and other undesirable outcomes. It recognized 249 Colonoscopy and Endoscopy ASCs nationwide for high performance. The full methodology can be found here


Gastro Health owns and/or has physicians that perform procedures in the ASCs listed below that are recognized as the best centers for gastroenterological procedures, listed alphabetically by state:


*Shelby Baptist Ambulatory Surgery Center (Alabaster)


*Baptist Health Endoscopy Center at Coral Springs
*Gulf Coast Endoscopy Center South (Fort Myers)
*Jupiter Outpatient Surgery Center
*South Broward Endoscopy (Cooper City)
*The Outpatient Center of Boynton Beach-Boynton Beach


Endoscopy Center of North Baltimore (Towson)


Liberty Endoscopy Center (Liberty Township)
Norwood Endoscopy Center
Tri-State Endoscopy Center (Cincinnati)


*McLean Ambulatory Surgery (McLean)
Reston Surgery Center


Edmonds Endoscopy Center
Evergreen Endoscopy Center-Kirkland
Gastroenterology Associates Endoscopy Center-Olympia
Seattle Endoscopy Center
*Indicates a partner location that Gastro Health physicians perform procedures at


Congratulations to all our locations and physicians!
Tags Colonoscopy, Upper Endoscopy (EGD)

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