Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center (GPDDC) is a state-of-the-art ambulatory surgical center dedicated to comprehensive outpatient endoscopic health care for adults. Accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), GPDDC is committed to providing high quality, cost-effective and efficient care. Our mission is to serve as a community resource for patients and their families.
Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center is recognized by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc. (AAAHC), the leading organization in developing safety and quality standards for ambulatory health care.
Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center participates in the Gastrointestinal Quality Improvement Consortium (GIQuIC), which is a national healthcare database used to measure and improve the quality of endoscopic performance.
A liver biopsy can help your doctor confirm or rule out the presence of liver disease or damage in order to guide treatment decisions. In this blog, the NYC gastroenterologists at Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center (GPDCC) in Manhattan explain what’s involved with a liver biopsy. What is a liver biopsy? This type of […]
If your doctor suspects that you have gastrointestinal reflux disease (GERD), you may be asked to undergo pH, a common outpatient test. In this blog, the gastroenterologists at Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center (GPDDC) explain what’s involved in pH monitoring. What is pH monitoring? pH monitoring is a test that measures the pH or […]
If everything’s working, as it should, you probably eat and drink without giving the process much thought. In some cases, however, your esophagus can become narrowed, which can cause pain and discomfort. In this blog, the doctors at Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center (GPDDC) will explain this common problem and the procedure that can help […]
Due to severe winter weather conditions on Tuesday March 14th, 2017, GPDDC will be closed. We will re-open starting Wednesday March 15th, 2017. If you have an emergency, please call 911.