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

DIGESTIVE HEALTHCARE WITH A WIDE REACH AND A PERSONAL APPROACH.

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 Dr. Chad Sisk

Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that Dr. Chad Sisk has joined the practice! He is now seeing patients at our Newnan location.

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New CEO of United Digestive Shares Vision

Earlier this month, Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates (AGA) announced its partnership with the private equity group, Frazier Healthcare Partners, to form United Digestive. United Digestive CEO Mark Gilreath spoke …

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AGA Enters Agreement with Frazier Healthcare Partners to Form United Digestive

Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates (AGA), a provider of digestive healthcare services, announced today its partnership with Frazier Healthcare Partners, a leading healthcare private equity firm, to form United Dige…

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AGA Announces the Opening of A Second Midtown Location

To better serve our patients, Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates is now seeing patients in the heart of Midtown. Come visit us at our newest location within the Northside Medical Building: 1110 West Peachtree Stre…

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Living Gluten-Free

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the small intestine is hypersensitive to gluten – a protein commonly found in wheat, rye, and barley. Gluten is typically found in foods such as bread, pasta, …

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