Clinic & Endoscopy of the Quarter

The Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) has been widely accepted by expert groups as an important colonoscopy quality measure for endoscopy facilities and professionals. ADR is defined as “the rate at which a physician finds one or more precancerous polyps during a normal screening colonoscopy procedure for patients over 50 years old.”

 

The American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) has determined that the minimal benchmark rate for a physicians' ADR is 30% for males and 20% for females with an overall average of 25%.

Gastroenterology of the Rockies physicians exceed the minimum professional Adenoma Detection Rate by averaging 53.55% for males and 38.04% for females. This is a total average of 183% greater than the minimum standard.

Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers in Colorado

Gastroenterology of the Rockies registered 4 of the top 10 best Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) in Colorado, ranked by Newsweek. The ASCs that received recognition include: Denver West Endoscopy Center, Boulder Community Hospital-Endo Center of the Rockies Longmont and Lafayette, and SCA-Denver Surgery Center. 

 

“We are proud to be recognized by Newsweek among America's Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers for 2021,” said Jason Richardson, CEO Gastroenterology of the Rockies. “This is a tribute to all of our medical associates that commit to our core values of providing quality and compassionate care on a daily basis.”

Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers:

Lafayette:    BCH Endo Center of the Rockies
Lakewood:   Denver West Endoscopy Center
Longmont:   BCH Endo Center of the Rockies

Denver:          SCA Denver Surgery Center

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