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Direct Access Screening Colonoscopy Program

Colonoscopy is an extremely effective method of screening for colorectal cancer. Beginning at age 45, all persons should be screened for colorectal cancer, even if they are experiencing no problems or symptoms. After this initial exam, routine follow-up colonoscopies should then be performed at a time interval that is based on the findings of the initial colonoscopy.

To accommodate healthy patients who need a screening colonoscopy, the Division of Gastroenterology at Stony Brook has established a direct access program to expedite and simplify the process of scheduling colonoscopies. The Direct Access Screening Colonoscopy Program allows select patients in stable health to arrange for a colonoscopy without first having a face-to-face consultation with a gastrointestinal specialist.

For more information about the Direct Access Screening Colonoscopy Program, click here.

To request an appointment for a screening colonoscopy, please provide the following information:

Patient First Name: *

Patient Last Name: *

Patient E-mail Address:

Patient Date of Birth: *

Daytime Phone:*

Best Time to Call:

Carrier: *

Memeber ID #: *

Chief Complaint:

Present Illness (if none, indicate "none"): *

Past Medical History (check all that apply/if none, indicate "none")*

Atrial Fibrilation (Afib)

Breast Cancer (BC)

Colon Cancer (CRC)

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)


Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Diabetes Mellitus (DM)

Heart Attack (MI)

Hypertension (HTN)

Lymphoma (LYM)

Melanoma (Mel)

Obesity (Ob)

Ovarian Cancer (OC)

Prior Colon Polyps (PCP)

Seizure Disorder (SZD/O)

Sleep Apnea on CPAP (OSA)

Stroke (CVA)

Uterine Cancer (UC)



Previous Operations(if none, indicate "none"): *

Family History (check all that apply/if none, indicate "none")*
Celiac Disease

Colon Cancer

Crohn's Disease

GI Cancer

Prior Colon Polyps


Social History
Yes No

Recreational Drugs:
Yes No

Daily Weekly Rarely Never

Medications(if none, indicate "none"): *

Allergies (include foods/medications/materials e.g., latex/if none, indicate "none"): *

Family Physician



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