carynewslogoCary Gastroenterology was featured in The Cary News, celebrating 30 years of service to the community.

"When Dr. Michael Pike moved to Cary in 1979, the population was about 19,000, and there were still barns on Kildaire Farm Road. It was just the kind of small town he wanted for his young family."

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Cary Gastroenterology is the premiere private GI practice in the area, providing digestive care to the Cary, Raleigh, and Triangle region for the past 30 years. Our 7 physicians are Board-Certified in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, with the knowledge and expertise to treat all digestive disorders.  As a patient, you are always personally evaluated and treated by your physician at your visit, and a physician is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to address your digestive needs.

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The physicians of Cary Gastroenterology are pleased to announce the opening of Wake County's first Women’s Center for GI Health. The Center is dedicated to providing exceptional GI care for adult women throughout the Triangle area. The Cary Gastro physicians recognize that women's GI issues are unique and that women express their symptoms differently than men, which prompted the opening of the Women's Center, headed by Drs. Juliana Miller and Shannon Scholl, with an all female staff.