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Elliot Pediatric Gastroenterology

 

A Department Of Elliot Hospital
275 Mammoth Road Suite 1
Manchester, NH 03103
P: 603-663-3222
F: 603-663-3229



At Elliot Pediatric Gastroenterology, we provide the highest quality health care to the children and adolescents living in New Hampshire who have gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic and nutritional issues, in a timely, caring, and respectful manner.

Our services include: the evaluation of children and adolescents with gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic and nutritional diseases.  Procedures such as:  upper endoscopy, colonoscopy, treatment of intestinal bleeding, polypectomy, liver biopsy, anorectal manometry, foreign body removal and impedance studies are performed at Elliot Hospital.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8-5

Our Office Manager:

Contact our Office manager with comments or non-clinical questions by clicking this link.
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Mark J Integlia MD

Elliot Pediatric Gastroenterology
275 Mammoth Road Suite 1
Manchester, NH 03103
P: 603-663-3222
F: 603-663-3229

Specialty: Pediatric Gastroenterology

Education

Medical College of Wisconsin
MD
1986
Milwaukee, WI

Internships

Naval Medical Center San Diego

San Diego, CA

Residency

Naval Medical Center San Diego

San Diego, CA

Fellowships

Tufts - New England Medical Center

Boston, MA

Certification

American Board of Pediatrics

   

Harohalli Shashidhar MD

Elliot Pediatric Gastroenterology
275 Mammoth Road Suite 1
Manchester, NH 03103
P: 603-663-3222
F: 603-663-3229

 

Education

Bangalore Medical College
MBBS
1985
Karnataka, India

Internships

Bangalore Medical College FORT

India, India

Residency

University of Connecticut Health Center

Farmington, CT

Fellowships

Tufts - New England Medical Center

Boston, MA

Certification

American Board of Pediatrics

 

   

   

Call your GI Nurse if You Have:

  • A fever of 101F or higher for greater than 24 hours.
  • New onset of abdominal pain that interrupts daily activities.  Your nurse will ask when it started, location and intensity of pain (on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the worst).  Does the pain wake you from sleep?
  • Unexplained weight loss or significant change in appetite.
  • Any change in bowel patterns.  Your nurse will ask about the number of stools per day, consistency (solid, loose, or watery) the amount, frequency and if you can see any blood.
  • Rectal pain and drainage (if any)
  • A rash, join pain, or swelling.
  • Had exposures to others who have had the flu, chicken pox or tuberculosis.
  • Please call with any questions or concerns.  We want you to feel confident managing your care.
  • When you call, have a list of all current medications that you take (name, dose, and frequency).  Include all prescription, over-the-counter and herbal meds.



  • Helpful Hints for Families

  • Please call as early in the day as possible.  This will allow us more time to talk with your doctor and review your plan of care.
  • We stive to provide quality care for all of our patients.  If you have an urgent need please make sure that you advise the staff when calling into the office so that we may get back to in an approprate amount of time.
  • Whenever possible please call 24 hours ahead of time for prescription refills.  Clearly state the medication name, dose, route, frequency, pharmacy, pharmacy phone number, and a phone number where you can be reached if we have any questions.
  • We will call families with all test results as soon as they are available and reviewed by the physician.  Results can sometimes take one to two weeks.
  • Office Telephone:  (603) 663-3222

     

    Useful Websites

      www.webmd.com  
      www.medlineplus.org  
      www.IBDU.org  
      www.letsgo.org  
       

    Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome

     
      www.cvsaonline.org  
          Click on Resources and then What is CVS  
         

    Constipation – Diarrhea – Encopresis

     
      www.naspaghan.org  
          Click on Family Resources, then on Disease Information and then on Diarrhea and Constipation
         

    Celiac Disease – Food Allergies – Lactose Intolerance

      www.naspaghan.org  
          Click on Family Resources, then on Disease Information and then on Nutrition and Food Allergies
      www.cdhnf.org  
      www.celiac.org  
         

    Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) – Helicobacter Pylori (H. Pylori)

      www.naspghan.org  
          Click on Family Resources, then on Disease Information and then on Gastroesophageal Reflux
      www.cdhnf.org  
      www.kidsacidreflux.com  
      www.teensacidreflux.com  
         

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis

      www.naspaghan.org  
          Click on Family Resources, then on Disease Information and then on Inflammatory Bowel Disease
      www.ccfa.org  
      www.cdhnf.org  
      www.ucandcrohns.org  
         

    Eosinophilic Esophagitis – Functional Abdominal Pain – Colic

      www.naspghan.org  
          Click on Family Resources, then on Disease Information and then on Other
      www.cdhnf.org  
         
         
         

                   

     
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