Participating Insurance Companies
Hospital Affiliations
Colonoscopy
Upper Endoscopy
Hemorrhoid Treatments
Facts About Colorectal Cancer
Meadowbrook's Community Outreach Progarm
en Espanol Community Outreach Program

Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center Office Location

865 Merrick Avenue, Suite 150N
Westbury, New York 11590

Phone: (516) 542-3636
Fax: (516) 222-8212

Monday through Friday
6:30am to 5:00pm

Map & Directions

 

Welcome to Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center of Westbury in Long Island, NY

The skilled physicians at Meadowbrook Endoscopy have made it their mission to help members of the community - you and your family - to enjoy good colon health.

Founded in 2008, Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center, a free-standing ambulatory surgery center, is a conveniently-located, ultra-modern state of the art facility providing colorectal cancer screening and testing and related services by a dedicated team of skilled doctors and Registered Nurses.

  • Meadowbrook Endoscopy is a convenient, less stressful environment for colorectal cancer screening and testing.
  • Meadowbrook Endoscopy provides the highest quality of care demonstrated by its Joint Commission Accreditation and Center for Medicare & Medicaid Certification.
  • Meadowbrook Endoscopy accepts all insurance including Medicaid and Medicare.
  • Meadowbrook Endoscopy believes no one should ever be denied this life-saving testing because they cannot afford it! No one is ever turned away because they do not have medical insurance.

Memberships:

Patient Focused, Physician Friendly.

Colonoscopy Upper Endoscopy Hemorrhoid Treatments

Connect With Us!

News

March Is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: If You Are 50 Or Older, Time To Get Tested!

Medical Daily
When colorectal cancer is detected early, illness and even death may be prevented. Yet it is the nation’s second leading cancer killer of both women and men in the U.S. For this reason, the Department of Health and Human Services has made March Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in order to boost public awareness about the importance of screening for cancers of the colon and the rectum. (Read More)

Colorectal Cancer News - Medical News Today

State Sen. Charles Fuschillo Hosts Free Pre-Colonoscopy Screenings With Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center

State Senator Charles Fuschillo(r) hosted, along with doctors of the Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center in Westbury, free pre-colonoscopy screenings for several dozen residents this past week at Unqua School in Massapequa. Standing with Fuschillo are Center Doctors (l.– r) Joshua. Rieders; MD; Omer K. Masood, MD; Sonya Ventour,MD; Jordan Rush,MD; Michael Barth, MD; Bradley Rieders,MD; Dean P. Pappas,MD. This is part of a series of community health initiatives for local residents sponsored by Senator Fuschillo within his district. Meadowbrook Endoscopy holds free pre-colonoscopy screenings throughout Nassau County and direct services at their facility in Westbury accepting Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurances. They also provide free services for those without health insurance.

Regular colonoscopies may cut colorectal cancer risk by 40 percent – CBS News text/video
Forty percent of all colorectal cancers could be prevented if people underwent regular colonoscopy screenings, according to a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health. According to the National Cancer Institute, 102,480 people will be diagnosed with colon cancer in the U.S. this year, and another 40,340 will learn they have rectal cancer. About 50,830 people are expected to die from colorectal cancer this year, making it the second-leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. (more)

Clues Found to Aspirin's Benefit in Colon Cancer  Med Page Today

Aspirin's survival benefit in colon cancer correlated with the drug's antiplatelet activity but was not associated with a common tumor mutation or an enzyme linked to cancer etiology and pathogenesis, an analysis of 1,000 tumor samples showed. Low-dose aspirin after colon cancer diagnosis was associated with 47% better survival in patients whose tumors expressed human leukocyte antigen class I (HLA-I, a marker of platelet activation and aggregation, in addition to immunologic activity). Aspirin use did not correlate with PI3KA mutation or expression of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2).

Digestive News From The Web

Loading...

NOTICE: Meadowbrook Endoscopy does not monitor or endorse the news feed presented above. This news is here for your information and entertainment only. You read and link to these third party content at your own risk.

Updates

 

Events

State Sen. Charles Fuschillo Hosts Free Pre-Colonoscopy Screenings With Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center

State Senator Charles Fuschillo(r) hosted, along with doctors of the Meadowbrook Endoscopy Center in Westbury, free pre-colonoscopy screenings for several dozen residents this past week at Unqua School in Massapequa. Standing with Fuschillo are Center Doctors (l.– r) Joshua. Rieders; MD; Omer K. Masood, MD; Sonya Ventour,MD; Jordan Rush,MD; Michael Barth, MD; Brandley Rieders,MD; Dean P. Pappas,MD. This is part of a series of community health initiatives for local residents sponsored by Senator Fuschillo within his district. Meadowbrook Endoscopy holds free pre-colonoscopy screenings throughout Nassau County and direct services at their facility in Westbury accepting Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurances. They also provide free services for those without health insurance.



Endoscopy Center Website Design | Medical Website Design by Vital Element, Inc.