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Everyone from our front desk team to our nurses and doctors work to make your first visit to RGA as comfortable and seamless as possible. #FeedbackFriday ... See moreSee less

February is American Heart Month and while RGA specializes in treating digestive conditions, practicing heart-healthy living can also benefit your GI system. That includes eating more fruits, vegetables and fiber; moving more; improving sleep; and managing stress and mental health. Check out other healthy living info from the American Heart Association: www.heart.org/en #HeartMonth ... See moreSee less

February is American Heart Month and while RGA specializes in treating digestive conditions, practicing heart-healthy living can also benefit your GI system. That includes eating more fruits, vegetables and fiber; moving more; improving sleep; and managing stress and mental health. Check out other healthy living info from the American Heart Association: https://www.heart.org/en #HeartMonth

Treatment for GI conditions commonly includes medications and/or procedures, but we also address wellness for a wholistic approach to digestive care. That could include adjusting (eliminating or adding to) everyday foods and moving more. #FeedbackFriday ... See moreSee less

Colon cancer screening is recommended to start for African Americans at age 45, which is earlier than the age (50) typically associated with getting your first colonoscopy. That’s because African Americans carry a higher risk for the disease. Screening may even begin sooner if you have a family history of colon cancer or polyps. Talk to your doctor about getting screened or reach out to us for more information – a referral is often not needed. #BlackHistoryMonth #GetScreened #ColorectalCancer #ColonCancer ... See moreSee less

Colon cancer screening is recommended to start for African Americans at age 45, which is earlier than the age (50) typically associated with getting your first colonoscopy. That’s because African Americans carry a higher risk for the disease. Screening may even begin sooner if you have a family history of colon cancer or polyps. Talk to your doctor about getting screened or reach out to us for more information – a referral is often not needed. #BlackHistoryMonth #GetScreened #ColorectalCancer #ColonCancer

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Join us in congratulating Joyce on her 25th anniversary at RGA. She's one of the friendly faces at our front desk. Thanks for everything you do, Joyce! ... See moreSee less

Join us in congratulating Joyce on her 25th anniversary at RGA. Shes one of the friendly faces at our front desk. Thanks for everything you do, Joyce!

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Congratulations Joyce!!!Your smile is priceless!!

Congratulations, Joyce!

Congratulations, Joyce!!

Congratulations Joyce!!

Congratulations Joyce, job well done. Sincerely, Marilyn Hill. From Rockford Illinois.

She has served RGA & our patients well. What a blessing she is! Happy Anniversary, Joyce!!!!

Congratulations Joyce. You are the best. 👏💕

Congratulations Joyce! Your kind gentle ways & smiling face has greeted me & helped more than a few times!!

It’s been amazing getting work along side you Joyce! Congratulations! 💕

Congratulations, always look forward to seeing her when I check in at RGA.

Congratulations Joyce! You look wonderful! 🥰

Congratulations Joyce. Well deserved

Congrats Joyce - You always brighten our day ! ( And bring the best fudge !)

Congratulations Joyce🎉 miss seeing you!

Congratulations Joyce!

Congratulations, Joyce!!!

Congrats Joyce!

Congratulations Joyce!!❤

Congratulations Joyce!!

Congrats Joyce!! You are always a friendly welcome to your office.

Congratulations Joyce! Queen fudge maker for sure!! Miss your smiling face!

Congratulations!

Congratulations Joyce 🎉🎈🎉🎈

Congratulations Joyce!! 🎉

Congratulations Joyce!

Doctors often refer their patients to us, which means coordinating care with other clinics and hospitals. We’ve worked with our region’s medical community for over 40 years, and it’s our mission to provide exceptional care for all our patients when they come to see us. #FeedbackFriday ... See moreSee less

RGA continues to embrace the safe rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for our region’s frontline health care workers. Check out some of our team members rolling up their sleeves for their vaccines! ... See moreSee less

RGA continues to embrace the safe rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for our region’s frontline health care workers. Check out some of our team members rolling up their sleeves for their vaccines!Image attachmentImage attachment

Are you still feeling the effects of heavy holiday meals? Heartburn is common, especially after eating certain foods or too much food. But frequent heartburn or worsening symptoms like trouble swallowing or a sour/acidic taste in the mouth or throat that can no longer be relieved with over-the-counter medications may be cause for concern. Chronic heartburn can be linked to esophageal cancer, one of the fastest-growing cancers in the U.S.

Read more at: www.rockfordgi.com/Story.aspx?id=e4b7cce7-3da9-4b93-8842-b69b5cd3ec70
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Are you still feeling the effects of heavy holiday meals? Heartburn is common, especially after eating certain foods or too much food. But frequent heartburn or worsening symptoms like trouble swallowing or a sour/acidic taste in the mouth or throat that can no longer be relieved with over-the-counter medications may be cause for concern. Chronic heartburn can be linked to esophageal cancer, one of the fastest-growing cancers in the U.S.

Read more at: https://www.rockfordgi.com/Story.aspx?id=e4b7cce7-3da9-4b93-8842-b69b5cd3ec70
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