GI Alliance, a leading independent gastroenterology management organization in the United States, has announced a significant expansion of its presence on the East Coast through a partnership with prominent private practice gastroenterologists in Rhode Island. This expansion involves collaboration with University Gastroenterology, Gastroenterology Associates, and Gastrointestinal Medicine Associates. These partnerships aim to provide better access to healthcare for patients across Rhode Island and surrounding areas, enhancing GI Alliance’s coverage throughout New England.
This collaboration will offer patients expanded services across a broader geographic area, ensuring greater availability of healthcare. Additionally, it includes complementary ancillary services such as pathology, anesthesia, infusion, and clinical research. Jim Weber, M.D., CEO of GI Alliance, highlighted the high quality of the physicians involved and the improved access to care and quality of services this partnership will bring to the East Coast.
Eric Newton, M.D., President of University Gastroenterology, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, noting GI Alliance’s exceptional management support and its focus on patient care. GI Alliance, which is physician-led and majority physician-owned, provides services to over 800 independent gastroenterologists across multiple states. The organization is committed to uniting gastroenterologists nationwide, aligning interests, and improving patient care.