Clinic Hours:
M/T/Thu (12:30pm-5pm),
Wed (7am-5pm)

Endoscopy Hours:

M/T/Thu (7am-12:45pm),
Fri (7am-2pm)

p 919.870.1311
f 919.881.0822


2011 Falls Valley Dr.
Suite 106
Raleigh NC 27615

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