The downtown office of San Antonio Gastroenterology Associates (SAGA) is nestled in the heart of downtown San Antonio, boasting eight exam rooms and a convenient location near two major hospitals: Methodist Metropolitan and Downtown Baptist Hospital. SAGA features both the San Antonio Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Center in the same building. The expert gastroenterologists of SAGA offer diagnosis and treatment of a diverse range of digestive diseases and conditions.
The downtown San Antonio office is located at 520 E Euclid Ave. at the cross streets of Brooklyn and Euclid. Parking is available directly in front of the building with a convenient covered awning for pickup and drop–off. Additional parking is available in the adjacent parking lot to the west of the building. Covered parking is also available directly across the street on Euclid, for a minimal fee.
Make the right choice when it comes to your gastroenterologist office.
As part of the longest standing gastroenterology group in San Antonio, TX, this center is dedicated to care that is convenient and fair to all patients.
Patients are able to feel better with the industry-leading physicians at this gastroenterologist office. They include Dr. Guerra, Dr. Otero, Sr. Ramos, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Ramirez, Dr. Serna, Dr. Franklin, and Dr. Taheri.
What should you expect?
Most of these procedures do not require that you stay in a hospital. However, it is likely that you will need to arrange a ride to and from your appointment.
Your gastroenterologist may also give you instructions for your visit. Each physician has different requirements for their patients, especially for a colonoscopy. Make sure you review Dr. Bullock’s checklist before your appointment for more detail.
Don’t forget these few things for your appointment.
Follow all instructions set by your physician, but also make sure you bring these items with you. You will need your insurance card or cards as well as a valid driver’s license or photo ID. A list of your current medications may also be needed. Bring your co-pay or deductible, as determined by your insurance company, as well as the contact info for the person who will be taking you home. They must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license.