Plans for a New, Expanded Endoscopy Suite Underway

Vol. 13, No. 1
April, 2003

  • Winthrop Researchers Publish Major Breakthrough - Results Impact Life-Threatening Lung Disease in Premature Babies

  • Winthrop's "Dome of Light and Hope" Dedicated to a Four-Year-Old Miracle of Love

  • During These Uncertain Times Winthrop Takes Measures to Ensure Health of Hospital and Community

  • Winthrop's Bioterrorism Plan - a Hospital at the Ready

  • Winthrop Offers New Hope for Patients Living with Chronic Digestive Diseases

  • Plans for a New, Expanded Endoscopy Suite Underway

  • Allergy Season Can Wreak Havoc on Asthmatics - Know the Warning Signs of Asthma and its Triggers

  • 'We Searched the World for You'... Winthrop's International Adoption Program Helps Bring Families Together

  • Winthrop Takes Giant Leap to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare

  • Winthrop's New Pre-Admission Testing Center Offers Patients Streamlined Services in One Modern Location

  • Accolades for Winthrop's Diabetes Education Center's Self Management Program

  • 'Winthrop's New Pediatric Diabetes Program Receives National Recognition from American Diabetes Association

  • Jay's World Childhood Cancer Foundation Pledges $100,000 to Winthrop-University Hospital's New Pediatric Inpatient Center

  • Tips for living better with asthma

  • Winthrop's Newly Renovated Emergency Department Officially Dedicated

  • 18th annual golf tournament

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  • Further addressing the special health needs of patients living with digestive disorders, Winthrop will soon be embarking on the construction of a new, expanded Endoscopy Suite. The new space will include six procedure rooms, 15 recovery beds and a larger, more comfortable waiting and reception area for family members. There will also be a separate area for pediatric pre-procedure and recovery.

    Advanced technology will be in place to perform endoscopic ultrasound, a state-of-the-art technique that combines endoscopy and ultrasound to permit visualization of the pancreas and other deep-seated organs, as well as the diagnosis and staging of certain gastrointestinal tumors.

    "The new suite was designed with endoscopy in mind," stated Dr. Grendell. "The facility will provide more access to the Institute's high level of expertise as well as cut down on waiting time. Patients will benefit from the greater comfort and privacy, and the enhanced work environment will provide our skilled staff with all of the tools to deliver the highest level of care."

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