Stay in control of your health and schedule your colonoscopy today.

The Centers for Disease Control report that colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer of both men and women in the U.S.

While there are other tests, a colonoscopy is the gold standard for colon cancer screenings. Colon cancer is slow growing and can come with little or no symptoms. A colonoscopy is the best way to find and remove colon polyps before they become cancer.

Screening guidelines according to the American Cancer Society:

45/50

Because of increased risk, African-Americans should start regular screenings at age 45. For others at average risk, you should start regular screenings at age 50.

75

If you're in good health, you should continue regular screenings through age 75.

76-85

For people ages 76 through 85, talk with your health care provider about whether continuing to get screened is right for you. When deciding, take into account your own preferences, overall health, and past screening history.

Over 85

People over 85 should no longer get colorectal cancer screenings.

 

There are several screening options, including simple at-home tests. If you choose to be screened with a test other than colonoscopy, any abnormal test result needs to be followed up with a colonoscopy.

We're ready to make sure you and your family stay healthy. We've taken extra precautions, and our facilities are safe for you to get your recommended screenings.

Select the area near you to schedule an appointment.

To schedule your appointment please call:



Phone: (618) 474-7871

To schedule your appointment please call:



Phone: (309) 665-4040

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

To schedule your appointment please call:



Phone: (309) 308-5900

To schedule your appointment please call:



Phone: (815) 844-5343

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

A referral is needed from your primary care provider before scheduling a colonoscpy. If you do not have a primary care provider you can find one here.



Find a Doctor

To schedule your appointment please call:



Phone: (217) 337-3874

Learn more using this Colon Cancer Health Risk Assessment (HRA) tool.

An HRA is a questionnaire to estimate your health risk and identify what your risk factors may be for a certain condition, illness or disease.

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