The AGA Difference

Same-day / next-day availability

Convenient locations

Many bilingual providers

Specialty centers for complicated digestive disorders

Most female GIs in the country


Established in 1976, AGA is one of the largest gastroenterology practices in the country dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of both digestive and liver diseases.

At Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, we are committed to providing our patients with the most appropriate and cost-effective healthcare available in a comfortable and compassionate setting. Our staff is specially trained to coordinate patient care and ensure that all medical needs are met, making our practice a right choice for those with digestive problems.


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AGA Welcomes New Pediatric GI Physician

We are very proud to announce that Dr. Asiya Shakir has joined AGA’s Pediatric and Adolescent Division. Dr. Shakir is now seeing children, teens, and ‘tweens at our offices in Sandy Springs and Stockbridge.

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Yes. Even Celebrities Have to Do It

Music, film and TV star, Will Smith, decided he could no longer delay the inevitable. At age 51, and at the direction of his physician, he underwent his first colonoscopy. This humorous and informative 17-minute vid…

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Cologuard® vs. Colonoscopy

If you’ve watched television for more than an hour, you’ve probably seen an ad for Cologuard®, an at-home test promoted as a substitute for a screening colonoscopy. Because colorectal cancer is the second leadi…

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Fourteen AGA Physicians Named “Top Doctors” by Atlanta Magazine

Fourteen physicians from Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates have been named “Top Doctors” in Atlanta magazine’s 2019 annual guide of metro area physicians. Congratulations to Drs. Girish Anand, Christopher Br…

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Michael Fry, MD

AGA Welcomes Dr. Michael Fry

Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that Dr. Michael Fry has joined the practice. He is now seeing patients at our Gainesville location.

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