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Digestive Health Center - Westbrook

5 Pequot Park Road

5 Pequot Park Road
Suite 101
Westbrook, CT 06498


W 8 am - 5 pm
Th 8 am - 5 pm
F 8 am - 5 pm

Digestive Health Center - Westbrook


Yale New Haven Health’s Digestive Health Center in Westbrook offers access to the resources of one of the country’s leading health systems. Our specialized programs at this location include colorectal, fatty liver disease and the Center for Weight Management that brings together experts in the field of medical and surgical weight-loss, and nutrition to provide the best comprehensive care for you.

Center for Weight Management

  • Bariatric surgery 
    From pre-operative treatment and coaching to post-surgical strategies and support, our dedicated bariatric team includes surgeons, advanced practice providers, nurses, nutritionists, psychologist and exercise physiologist. The program is recognized for its safety, efficiency, sensitivity and expertise.
  • Medical Weight Management
    Whether it’s to lose weight for an upcoming surgery, to address another medical condition or to reach a personal weight and health goal, our medical weight management team provides medically supervised, non-surgical weight management options that are safe and effective.
  • Fatty Liver Disease
    At Yale New Haven Health we evaluate and treat fatty liver disease by offering effective medical and surgical weight-loss treatments through our Center for Weight Management, including body composition analysis, liver testing, dietitian consultations, medications for weight loss, meal replacement programs, and referrals for bariatric endoscopy and surgery. 

Colorectal Surgery

Colon and rectal diseases encompass a broad range of conditions that can vary from mildly irritating to life threatening. Our surgeons work closely with your gastroenterologist or referring provider to offer a comprehensive treatment plan. Our surgeons are well versed in treatment of both non-cancerous and cancerous diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus, including rectal prolapse, anal or rectal abscess, fecal incontinence, colon screenings, and more. Learn more about colorectal surgery.