Our Mission: To improve the health and longevity of women’s lives through high-quality, compassionate, and dedicated digestive care.
Care at the Women’s Center for GI Health is based on the fact that the gastrointestinal health of women is unique. While the digestive tracts of men and women serve the same basic function, women experience gastrointestinal issues and symptoms related to hormonal changes, pregnancy, and stress. In addition, certain gastrointestinal diseases occur more frequently in women, and some medications used to treat gastrointestinal disorders are processed differently by the female body.
Many women experience digestive health issues that negatively impact their lives, but are too embarassed to discuss them with their physicians. Our Women’s Center is a setting where discussing intimate issues with your female physician is comfortable and not rushed. Communication is the basis for accurately and effectively diagnosing and treating many GI health issues. Drs. Miller and Scholl both have a special interest in women’s health, and are able to approach sensitive topics from the female perspective. With an all-female staff, gender specific, compassionate care and open communication are the standard.
Dr. Miller is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist. She was raised in Raleigh and is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of NC State University. She received her medical degree from East Carolina University School of Medicine. She underwent her internship and residency training in internal medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire. She then completed her gastroenterology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Miller had a successful solo gastroenterology practice in Raleigh for 9 years prior to joining Cary Gastroenterology in 2013. She has a special interest in the gastrointestinal issues unique to women’s health and was instrumental in starting the Cary Gastroenterology Women’s Center for GI Health. She is an advocate for colon cancer screening in women, emphasizing that the female colon is often more challenging to screen than the male colon. She appreciates the importance of clear communication and the key role it plays in providing quality healthcare. She realizes that the differences in the way that women express their concerns and symptoms is just as important to their evaluation and treatment as the physiologic and anatomic differences that set them apart from men.
Dr. Miller is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
Dr. Scholl is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist. She is a Raleigh native and a Summa Cum Laude graduate of NC State University. She received her medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. During her medical training, she additionally earned a master’s of public health at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health. She completed her internal medicine internship and residency, as well as her gastroenterology fellowship at UNC.
Dr. Scholl joined Cary GI in 2009. She is especially interested in liver disease and women’s health issues. Her training in the fields of Crohns disease, Ulcerative Colitis, reflux disease (heartburn), Barrett’s Esophagus, and Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS), along with an easy rapport with women, give her the expertise to work with the female patients she sees at the Women’s Center for GI health. Dr. Scholl treats her patients with compassion and empathy while providing the highest quality care specific to their needs as women.
Dr. Scholl is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.