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RGA recently hosted our annual company picnic, and we turned up the fun even more this year after last year's event was cancelled. We had a food truck and games for staff and physicians, including a competitive game of tug-of-war.

Dr. Ilche Nonevski announced employee awards for exceptional staff that went to Nicole S., Bev P. and Linda P this year. We thank them for all their hard work!

We also celebrated some big anniversaries: Dr. Michael Manley was recognized for 20 years at RGA and Dr. Kevin Peifer celebrated his 15th anniversary. We capped off the evening with cupcakes and more fellowship. A big thanks to everyone for organizing and coming together to celebrate our awesome team! 🎉Photos from Rockford Gastroenterology Associates's post
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RGA held a 100th birthday celebration for one of our patients this week. Douglas has been a patient of Dr. Michael Manley for over 10 years.

When asked about his tips for longevity, he said, “Dumb luck and genes ... what else could it be?” With his wife by his side for 75 years, they both stated, “You need to pick the right one and behave yourself to last that long.” Dotty said they have made it through tough times and good times.

We celebrated in our infusion room by reminiscing of time gone by. A great couple that in their younger years were part of car clubs and dance clubs.

Included in the pictures with Douglas are Dr. Manley; Infusion Nurses Heidy, Patricia and Tiffany; and Triage Nurse Patti.Photos from Rockford Gastroenterology Associates's post
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We wish you a safe and healthy July 4th! Our office will be closed Monday, July 5, in observance of the holiday. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday, July 6. ... See moreSee less

We wish you a safe and healthy July 4th! Our office will be closed Monday, July 5, in observance of the holiday. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday, July 6.

Digestive conditions can affect anyone at any time. In recognition of Men’s Health Month, let’s talk about the gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms that often affect a large number of men, who can be reluctant to seek care. Heartburn, rectal bleeding, trouble swallowing and altered bowel habits (diarrhea or constipation) are common and should not be ignored, as they can be signs of something more serious.

Read our "Are My Digestive Symptoms Serious?" Blog: www.rockfordgi.com/Story.aspx?id=f987260b-3512-411c-a8e3-d194996ab3e0Digestive conditions can affect anyone at any time. In recognition of Men’s Health Month, let’s talk about the gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms that often affect a large number of men, who can be reluctant to seek care. Heartburn, rectal bleeding, trouble swallowing and altered bowel habits (diarrhea or constipation) are common and should not be ignored, as they can be signs of something more serious.

Read our "Are My Digestive Symptoms Serious?" Blog: www.rockfordgi.com/Story.aspx?id=f987260b-3512-411c-a8e3-d194996ab3e0
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Digestive conditions can affect anyone at any time. In recognition of Men’s Health Month, let’s talk about the gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms that often affect a large number of men, who can be reluctant to seek care. Heartburn, rectal bleeding, trouble swallowing and altered bowel habits (diarrhea or constipation) are common and should not be ignored, as they can be signs of something more serious. 

Read our Are My Digestive Symptoms Serious? Blog: https://www.rockfordgi.com/Story.aspx?id=f987260b-3512-411c-a8e3-d194996ab3e0

Sending love to all the dads and families today! ... See moreSee less

Sending love to all the dads and families today!

"I wouldn't go anywhere else." #FeedbackFriday"I wouldn't go anywhere else." #FeedbackFriday ... See moreSee less

I wouldnt go anywhere else. #FeedbackFriday
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