Bhatti GI Colon Cancer Screenings

60% of colon cancer deaths can be prevented with a colonoscopy. Bhatti GI can get you in for a colon cancer screening within one week. Contact us today to schedule your colonoscopy.

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Dr. Ahsan Bhatti

Meet Dr. Ahsan Bhatti

Dr. Bhatti is one of the few Gastroenterologists in Minnesota to specialize in liver disease. Dr. Bhatti is was also awarded second place in the 2021 Star Tribune Readers’ Choice Minnesota’s Best competition for Best Doctor and Best GI Doctor!

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Patient Testimonials

  • Great location, friendly and outgoing staff, amazing facility, and Dr. Bhatti is knowledgeable, thorough, and friendly. I have gone to Dr. Bhatti for close to 20 years now…and have always been happy with his service!”
    Bhatti GI Patient, 2/20
  • Everyone was very kind and I really appreciated the extra warm blanket. Dr. Bhatti did an excellent job and I didn’t even know what went on, so perfect! Brooke in recovery was great. The nurses and anesthetists were all excellent. Thank you all so much.
    Bhatti GI Patient, 12/19
  • Very friendly and helpful staff. (A real) person answered the phone!!! and helped make appointment ASAP! Pre- and post-staff were friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. They spoke well of Dr. Bhatti. Beautiful facility.
    Bhatti GI Patient, 11/19
  • I suggest this place to a lot of people. This has been my best healthcare experience in years. Dr. Bhatti and staff have given me back my health after six years of active Crohn’s. Dr. Bhatti literally saved my life and I am so thankful for this place!
    Bhatti GI Patient, 3/19

From the Blog

Treating Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GISTs)

A gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) is a rare but serious medical condition that requires intervention by a specialist. These tumors develop in the cells that help to coordinate the automatic movements of the gastrointestinal tract. A GIST can develop anywhere along the digestive tract, but they are most common in the stomach and small intestine. […]

How Does A Doctor Test For Acid Reflux?

Roughly 30 percent of Americans experience heartburn on occasion, and if it begins to happen more frequently, the condition is known as acid reflux. Acid reflux is categorized by a chronic irritation of a person’s esophageal lining as a result of stomach acid making its way up into your esophageal canal. Stomach acid is very […]

What Is A PEG Tube And Why Would I Need One?

PEG stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, and a PEG tube involves the insertion of a flexible feeding tube through the abdomen and into your stomach. This allows nutrients, fluids and medication to be delivered directly to the stomach without first needing to traverse the mouth and esophagus. It can be extremely helpful for patients who […]

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