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St. Luke’s gains new gastroenterology practice

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Bux-mont Gastroenterology of Sellersville has joined the St. Luke’s University Health Network.

The practice will now be known as St. Luke’s Bux-mont Gastroenterology Specialists.

“St. Luke’s has had a long, close relationship with the physicians of Bux-mont Gastroenterology,” said Dennis Pfleiger, president of St. Luke’s Quakertown Campus. “The physicians have cared for patients, performed procedures and provided other services at St. Luke’s Quakertown Hospital for several decades.”

Dr. Jerome Burke founded Bux-mont Gastroenterology in 1992.

“We are excited about the opportunities that this closer alliance with St. Luke’s offers our physicians, staff, and ultimately our patients,” he said.

St. Luke’s Buxmont Gastroenterology provides screening colonoscopy, diagnostic colonoscopy and hemorrhoid banding services, and it treats health issues including heartburn, hemorrhoids, GERD, peptic ulcer, Crohn's Disease and liver disease.

Staff members are: Jerome Burke, MD, FACG; Michael Cassidy, MD; Ira Kelberman, MD; Keith Kearney, DO; Grace Shin, MD; William O’Toole, MD; Tracey McGinley, CRNP and Heather Pierson-Raffaele, CRNP.

The practice will continue to operate at 1107 Bethlehem Pike in Sellersville.

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