Day of Procedure

 Bring The Following Items

  • Insurance card/photo i.d.
  • Any cardiac implant cards.
  • Completed paperwork.
  • Any legal documents you may have such as an advanced directive or power of attorney paperwork
  • List of current medications.
  • Breathing inhalers.


  • Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. It is recommended that you wear a two-piece outfit with a short-sleeved shirt.
  • You may want to bring a sweater or light jacket along with you.
  • Wear comfortable and supportive footwear. Avoid heels or flip flops.
  • Bring the name and phone number of the person who will be taking you home, as you will receive sedation for  your procedure. You will not be permitted to leave the center without a driver.
  • If you are diabetic – please check your blood glucose the morning of your procedure. – Please notify our office at 702-485-5100 if it is below 90 or above 200. (Do not take your diabetic medication, especially if your procedure is later in the day).


  • Written discharge instructions will be provided to you following the procedure. These instructions will include information on resuming your diet, medications, and activity level.
  • If you have any concerns immediately following the procedure, please call our facility at 702-485-5100. Any questions in the days following your procedure should be directed to your GI physician’s office.

What We Do

Center for Colon and Digestive Diseases is committed to providing the highest quality of care to all our patients by practicing evidence based, cost-effective medicine, through comprehensive consultative services, and utilizing the most advanced procedures available. We strive to work closely with all members of the healthcare team. Our website is designed to provide answers to frequently asked questions about your visit. You can find an overview of our practice including our doctors and staff, office hours, insurance and appointment procedures, forms, bowel preparation instructions, and contact information.