About Saint Francis GI Endoscopy, LLC.
Expertise in a state-of-the-art facility
This state-of-the art outpatient facility is a joint venture between Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center and Central Connecticut GI Endoscopy, LLC providing gastrointestinal procedures by eleven board certified gastroenterologists and two colorectal surgeons.
Conveniently situated in Windsor, Connecticut, Saint Francis GI Endoscopy LLC is minutes from New England’s largest Catholic Hospital and provides exceptional patient care by experienced physicians in an outpatient setting. Our location offers easy access from Interstate-91, no-hassle free parking, a comfortable and modern waiting area and free wireless Internet service.
This 5,600 square foot center has three procedure rooms and is equipped with the most advanced technology and the most efficient GI care. Saint Francis GI Endoscopy, LLC is a paperless facility, using the latest electronic medical records and management systems. Privacy and compassion is our commitment to your good health to ensure the satisfaction of our patients and their referring physicians.
Carbon Dioxide for your Comfort
We are the only out patient facility in the area that uses CO2 for patients comfort during a colonoscopy.
An Upper Endoscopy involves placing a small-lighted instrument into the esophagus, stomach and duodenum after you have been sedated. If you have a scheduled procedure, please fill out our screening form, or learn more about the procedure.
A colonoscopy is a procedure utilizing a colonoscope inserted through the rectum, into the large intestine (colon) which allows the doctor to carefully examine the lining of the colon. Click below to learn more, or fill out our procedure screening form.
Nothing found at this website should be construed as medical advice or treatment recommendations by SFGIE. This information is not a substitute for consultation for any symptoms you may have. Note that you should consult your gastroenterologist, colorectal surgeon or family physician for medical advice.