CRS Breaks Ground On New Mechanicsville Medical Center

Colon and Rectal Specialists, CRS, is pleased to announce construction on a new state-of-the art medical and surgery center in Mechanicsville’s Bell Creek Medical Park.

The center, conveniently located off Pole Green Road, will feature several private endoscopy suites and can care for more than 50 patients per day.

The endoscopy suites are owned and operated by CRS physicians who are committed to providing patients with the highest quality of care. Owning the suites allows CRS to provide a unique patient experience.

CRS currently operates private endoscopy suites in Stony Point and Hanover and the new Bell Creek center will offer the same conveniences such as easy on-site parking, shorter wait and surgery times.

The atmosphere in the CRS suites is quiet, friendly and compassionate, so it is much easier for patients to get comfortable before, and during, their procedure. Also, each patient’s doctor is always nearby, if not 20 feet away, which makes having a medical procedure or outpatient surgery much easier than it would be in a traditional hospital setting.

“Our patients who have to undergo surgery, or a simple screening colonoscopy, find that having the procedure in our private endoscopy suites means more privacy, comfort and convenience,” said Dr. Andy Vorenberg.

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Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2021 with an expected completion date in early 2022. The new Bell Creek facility will feature multiple private rooms and patients can expect dimmable lights, private bathrooms in each exam room, along comfortable waiting room areas for families.

About CRS

Established in 1913, CRS is one of the oldest continually operating groups of colon and rectal surgeons in the country and the largest state-of-the-art practice on the East Coast with three locations around Richmond, VA.

The physicians and staff of CRS are committed to providing all patients the special care and education needed for th

e treatment of colon and rectal problems.

Each CRS physician is continually recognized for their role as leaders in the Richmond area health care community. They serve in leadership positions at hospitals and health care systems throughout Richmond. They are also active in the community and in many professional organizations such as The Medical Society of Virginia, Richmond Academy of Medicine, The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons.

Don’t Let Bowel Accidents Slow You Down – Join Us For A Virtual Discussion

Did you know that fecal incontinence is more common than  Alzheimer’s disease and asthma?

While it may be difficult to discuss the topic, if you are experiencing accidents you are not alone and you shouldn’t have to deal with it on your own.

Join Dr. Coury & Dr. Gentry for a virtual discussion on fecal Incontinence and accidental bowel leakage and the treatment options available.

When: November 11, 2021 at 6:30pm EST

Click the flyer for more information or click here to register for this free event.  

Dr. Vorenberg and Dr. Gentry Podcast with HCB2 Founder Mindy Conklin

Dr. Andrew J. Vorenberg and Dr. Cary L. Gentry recently joined the HCB2 Fight Right podcast.

In the 30-minute conversation, they discussed what colorectal (colon and rectal) cancer screening is, and explained the various screening options available.

They also answer common questions including:

  • If you have a family history of polyps, should screening begin earlier?
  • Has the age for routine screening been lowered to age 45?
  • What type of patient is eligible for a noninvasive, in-home screening option?

You can listen to the full podcast below or head over to the HCB2 website to listen to this podcast and many others on important topics to keep you informed and healthy.

Come Walk With Dr. Miller At ACAC On March 12th

dr peter miller from colon and rectal specialistsAs part of the Walk With A Doc series, we invite you come walk with Dr. Peter Miller Thursday March 12, 2020 at ACAC in Midlothian.

Rain or shine, the indoor track at ACAC will give you a chance to get some exercise while also providing the opportunity to learn more your health by asking Dr. Miller questions in a casual environment.

Sponsored by Bon Secours, this event is free and open to the public, you don’t need to be a current member of ACAC to participate.

What: Walk With A Doc | Peter Miller

When: Thursday, March 12, 2020 6:00 PM-7:00 PM

Where: 11621 Robious Road, Midlothian, Virginia 23113

RSVP: None needed, just show up and join

 

Dr. Vorenberg In The Richmond Times Dispatch

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month dedicated to awareness, education and the importance of  colonoscopy screenings to prevent colon cancer before it starts.

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States but when caught early it is highly treatable. An estimated 60% of the deaths attributed to colon cancer could be prevented with routine screenings, like colonoscopies. Dr. Vorenberg, and all the physicians at CRS, are dedicated to educating patients, and the community, about the importance of simple screening tests that could save many lives.

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