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According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of death when women and men are combined. However, it is often preventable and frequently treatable when detected early.  Living a healthy lifestyle and regular...
Colorectal cancer often has no symptoms. When symptoms do occur they may include blood in or on the stool, change in bowel habits, stools that are narrower than usual, general stomach discomfort (bloating, fullness, and/or cramps), vomiting,...
Outpatient Therapy Services are integral to the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with functional limitation or loss resulting from disability, disease or injury. The George Washington University Hospital’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Center...
Virtual Visits Available Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer. Call 888-4GW-DOCS to schedule a virtual appointment. A stroke occurs when a blockage in an artery prevents blood from...
Please make sure that you have all of your appointment-related medical documents with you prior to the start of the appointment. Your doctor will have access to your the George Washington University Hospital medical record and Emergency Department...
The cost of a ConnectER telemedicine appointment is a $35 flat fee per appointment. If you go over your 15 minute appointment, you will not be charged any additional fees. The only form of payment accepted is credit card. All major credit cards...
Can I make a ConnectER telemedicine Program appointment? In order to be eligible for a ConnectER Program appointment, you must meet the following criteria: You have been discharged from The George Washington University Hospital Emergency...
Welcome to The George Washington University Hospital Emergency Department's ConnectER Program, a new initiative designed to increase the quality of care and customer service for our Emergency Medicine patients. We are offering telemedicine...
The ConnectER Program uses a software called Microsoft Lync to establish a secure video connection between you and the Emergency Medicine provider. We do not conduct appointments via phone or email.  In order to successfully connect to your video...
Critical limb ischemia is a serious form of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) characterized by severe blockage in the arteries of the lower extremities that can significantly reduce blood-flow. Such poor blood flow can cause severe pain in the legs...

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