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Endoscopy Services in Hazlet NJ


Dr. Beverly Cornel-Avendano is a gastroenterologist who has been passionately serving Hazlet, NJ, and the surrounding communities for over 20 years. She received her medical degree from the University of the East College of Medicine in the Philippines and is currently affiliated with Bayshore Community Hospital and Riverview Medical Center. Dr. Cornel-Avendano MD has established a practice founded on a firm commitment to outstanding patient and staff care.

Dedicated to Excellence

Our full attention is given to each patient and is the first step in ensuring extraordinary diagnostic and treatment results. Communication is abundantly important as we feel that our patients know their bodies best. We'll be intent on carefully documenting and assessing the distress signals your body is sending. Open communication and innovative medical treatments and technology combine to help us identify issues and work to effectively restore our patients' good health.

Our Focus

Dr. Cornel-Avendano and staff are here to help restore and maintain the gastrointestinal health of our patients. We accomplish this ultimately through the use of gastroenterology procedures such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, and proctosigmoidoscopy. While these are just a few common diagnostic procedures, our scope of work is not limited to these alone. Our field is one that centers around the body system that delivers nutrients to your body and carries waste out of it. This system is critical to keeping the body healthy and nourished as well as carrying toxins out of it. When any part of this crucial system fails, the body feels it quickly.

Hepatology, which incorporates liver, gallbladder, biliary tree, and pancreas wellness, is yet another area that Dr. Cornel-Avendano practices in. Unlike some parts of the GI system, these areas are critical and unforgiving when they are not functioning properly. Diagnosis, maintenance, and monitoring are vital parts of our medical care.