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At Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford, patients receive an unmatched level of care. With locations in Bloomfield, South Windsor, and Plainville, Connecticut, patients can access both routine and specialized procedures, and help is always nearby. 

The team at Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford includes seven board-certified surgeons along with an experienced physician assistant. No matter what the patient's needs, this team of experienced providers delivers expert care. 

The practice offers a wide range of services, including colonoscopies and minimally invasive procedures, and they use state-of-the-art equipment including the da Vinci Robotic System. 

Patients who receive minimally invasive treatments can return to their everyday life more quickly and enjoy a lower risk of complications.

The staff at Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford knows that the surgical landscape is always changing. They stay abreast of new clinical innovations and cutting-edge technologies, ensuring that their patients receive the most advanced care possible.

Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford also delivers up-to-date treatments for anal cancer, rectal cancer, and colon cancer. Patients can access the latest treatments for hemorrhoids, constipation, and Crohn's disease. 

Additionally, Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford are the only practices in Connecticut to offer a colon and rectal surgery teaching residency program. The providers at the practice take pride in sharing their expertise with the next generation of surgeons. 

To learn more about the services offered at Colon and Rectal Surgeons of Greater Hartford, call the office today or request an appointment online.

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Blog Posts

Signs of an Abscess and what Having One Means

If you have anal or rectal pain or bleeding, or if you feel a lump near your anus, it may not be hemorrhoids. You could have a pus-filled anal or perianal abscess. An abscess almost never goes away on its own, and can cause serious complications.

Dietary Guidelines for Ulcerative Colitis

When you have ulcerative colitis (UC), every meal is a challenge. Will breakfast cause pain? Will lunch become diarrhea? Discovering which foods trigger your UC attacks — and which don’t — makes meals a pleasure again.

Common Causes of Anal Pain

Your anus hurts. You’re embarrassed to talk about it, and a little afraid. But most anal pain is caused by benign conditions, and should resolve within a day or two. If anal pain persists, see a specialist for diagnosis and treatment.

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  • 5 star

    "I highly recommend this practice. These doctors are highly talented medical professionals that give a patient a sense of comfort and trust."

    Mark C.
  • 5 star

    "I love Dr. Banerjee. He has the greatest bedside manners. He took lots of time explaining procedures to myself and family."

    Kaya O.
  • 5 star

    "Dr. Lewis is fabulous."

    Diane R.

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