MNGI Digestive Health (@MNGIhealth )

MNGI Digestive Health

Bio An independent healthcare practice, and nationally recognized leader in providing diagnosis, treatment & preventive care to adults & children with GI conditions
Location Minnesota, USA
Tweets 565
Followers 903
Following 214
Account created 26-04-2012 20:31:48
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Twitter Web App : MNGI is looking for Clinic Assistants at our Plymouth location! Are you, or someone you know, interested in a patient-focused position? Apply here:

We are also hiring at other locations around the metro. Apply here:

iPhone : Do you love your MNGI provider or care you received with us? Let us know by writing a Facebook review! Your review can help others find the care they need at MNGI Digestive Health.

Click here to leave a review:…

iPhone : July 13 is your last day to sign up for the *virtual* Camp Oasis this year! Dont miss out on fun activities for your children to complete while still staying socially distant!

Sign up now:…

iPhone : Rarely do our patients get the chance to learn more about their provider during an appointment.
That’s why in this months Meet Your Doctor article, you can learn more about Dr. Erica Roberson! Read now:…

Twitter Web App : GI concerns can impact everyone. Thats why at MNGI Digestive Health, we strive to make getting treatment as easy as possible. Serving people from all different communities helps make our world a healthier place.
Thank you, Pa, for all your hard work!

iPhone : MNGI Digestive Healths President and CEO, Dr. Scott Ketover, recently contributed to Minnesota Physicians article titled, When Elective Procedures Arent Elective.…

iPhone : MNGI Digestive Health will have updated hours in observance of the 4th of July holiday. Today, July 2, our Northeast Minneapolis clinic will be closed. On Friday, July 3, all our locations will be closed.

We look forward to seeing you on Monday morning.

Twitter Web App : The 4th of July is a day of celebration all around our country, but are you making the best choices for your health?
Learn more about easy things you can do to make your holiday weekend fun, healthy, and enjoyable!
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Twitter Web App : Happy #PrideWeekend to everyone celebrating in the Twin Cities. We know the festivities are a little different this year, but know that MNGI Digestive Health is supporting and celebrating with you!
Have a safe and wonderful weekend. #pride

Twitter Web App : Telehealth isnt just for the technology-savvy! For a virtual visit with your doctor at MNGI Digestive Health, there are no programs that need to be downloaded, just a link that you need to click!
Dont let your unfamiliarity with technology impede on your health.

Twitter Web App : During COVID-19, telehealth virtual visits have become many people's alternative to get care when in-person appointments weren't available.
This week, KSTP-TV breaks down important things you may need to be prepared for before your virtual visit.…

Twitter Web App : Happy #PrideMonth from everyone at MNGI Digestive Health! Celebrate the love that surrounds you each day. #LoveIsLove

Twitter Web App : 3.1 million Americans are affected by Crohn’s disease & ulcerative colitis, and you can make a difference! Join the Take Steps family and walk with us virtually this June! Learn more on how to get in on the fun and create your team here:

Twitter Web App : Words and actions matter. Thats why at MNGI we are dedicated to the diversity and equality of our care teams, patients, and communities we serve.
Learn more:…

Twitter Web App : Every step of your process with MNGI should be a positive experience. Between our schedulers, patient coordinators, nurses, and doctors, we want every interaction to be warm and welcoming.
Thank you to this patient for their kind words about one of MNGIs patient coordinators!

Twitter Web App : The doctors at MNGI get to know their patients very well over the years, but how well do you know your doctor?
Learn more about Dr. April Grudell in our latest GI Matters blog article.
Read now:…

iPhone : 1 in 2 men get #cancer in their lifetime.
Women? 1 in 3.
Black men have a 47% higher chance of dying from #coloncancer than White men.
Let’s change the statistics.
Encourage brothers (ages 45-75) in MN to visit today.
#MensHealthMonth x #CuttingCRC