Information For Referring Physicians
Thank you for the opportunity of caring for your patients. We’re here to help you with your care decisions, and appreciate working with you to determine the proper course of care for your patients. We respect the confidence you place with us, and welcome your input to better serve you.
Borland-Groover Clinic gastroenterologists use the latest endoscopic advances and cutting-edge technology to diagnose and treat digestive diseases and disorders. Our goal is to apply our expertise and knowledge in a compassionate and caring manner.
Consultation or Primary Procedure Requests
To request a consultation or primary procedure please complete the consultation and procedure request form and fax it to (904) 265-6479 or call us at (904) BGC-3235.
- Disorders of the Colon and Rectum
- Bile Duct Diseases
- Esophageal Disorders
- Pancreas Disorders
- Gastric Diseases/Disorders
- Liver diseases
- Small Bowel Diseases/Disorders
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Browse a directory of our physicians where you can find a physician by name or location. You can get information on each physicians’ education and training background, as well as areas of expertise and certification in order to find a doctor that is right for your patient.
See a list of insurance companies with which The Borland-Groover Clinic is a participating provider.
The Model for End-Stage Liver Disease (MELD) is the formula currently used for liver allocation by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS).
Electronic Transition of Care Documents
Launched in March 2010 as a part of the Nationwide Health Information Network, the Direct Project was created to specify a simple, secure, scalable, standards-based way to send authenticated, encrypted health information directly to known, trusted recipients over the Internet. This will benefit physicians and patients alike, streamlining and speeding up communication and information sharing of patient medical data, which will simultaneously fulfill the Meaningful Use requirement of electronic transition of care documents.