Gastroenterology & Hepatology (Digestive Care)
Why You Should Choose Us for Gastroenterology Care
Our Gastroenterology & Hepatology team in Barron, Wisconsin, specializes in preventing, diagnosing and treating gastrointestinal and liver disorders. We believe in delivering expert, whole-person care tailored to your exact needs, supporting you and ensuring you regain your quality of life.
Our team is available to provide a first or second opinion for simple to complex conditions affecting your digestive tract and liver with:
- Patient-focused care
Our team is guided by Mayo Clinic's primary value: The needs of the patient come first. We place your needs above all else.
- Advanced technology and imaging capabilities
You can rely on our team of experts to help diagnosis and treat common or complex digestive disorders using the latest in therapeutic procedures, diagnostic endoscopic equipment and minimally invasive techniques.
- Hepatology capabilities
We are capable of managing a wide range of liver disorders, including metabolic and autoimmune liver diseases, viral hepatitis, fatty liver and cirrhosis.
- Team-based care
Physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse care coordinators, and many others work collectively to develop a treatment plan specific to you. Your primary care provider will be notified of your diagnosis and treatment plan so he or she can be ready to manage your health care after the procedure and/or treatment.
- Patients above pay
Mayo Clinic Health System Gastroenterology uses a pay model for our providers that allows them to focus on providing the highest-quality, least-invasive care for you. This means they are not incentivized for performing unnecessary tests or procedures. Our primary goal always will be focused on developing a medically necessary diagnostic and treatment plan to meet your needs.
- Personalized care
Our primary goal will always be focused on meeting your individual needs. Our team offers both in-person and virtual visits to deliver care where convenient for you.