San Antonio Gastroenterology Endoscopy Center Stone Oak is a 9,000 square foot, state-of-the art outpatient surgery center, featuring three surgery rooms and leading healthcare professionals. SAGEC Stone Oak ranks as a top choice for patients seeking digestive healthcare. San Antonio Gastroenterology Endoscopy Centers GI health procedures include: upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, as well as flexible sigmoidoscopy procedures. The physicians and staff offer superior service and care, exceeding industry standards for quality, safety, and service.
The Stone Oak San Antonio Endoscopy Center North is located at 150 E Sonterra Blvd., Suite 110. Parking is available directly in front of the building as well as behind the building. A convenient covered awning for drop off at the front and another for pick-up on the east side of the building.
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Center Leader, SAGEC Stone Oak
- Registered Nurse, Licensed State of Texas
- Applied Science, Nursing, Del Mar College
- BLS Specialized training
- ACLS Specialized training
- IV Sedation Specialized training
- Malignant Hyperthermia Specialized training
- SGNA Member
Make the right choice when it comes to your endoscopy center.
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 endoscopy center, as well as its expert leadership. It is led by Rebecca Fanhorst R.N. Fanhorst is a Texas registered nurse with a variety of specialized training.
In addition to its leadership, this center also boasts seven expert physicians. These include: Dr. Ramos, Dr. Johnson, Dr. Linder, Dr. Kadakia, Dr. Narvaez, Dr. Gorospe, and Dr. Tulachan. They are all ready to help you feel better as soon as possible. All you have to do is request an appointment!
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 this 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.