In February 2019 Dr. Bryan Green became an Honoree recipient of the 80% by 2018 National Achievement Awards, a program designed to recognize individuals and organizations who are dedicating their time, talent and expertise to advancing needed initiatives that support the shared goal to achieve colorectal cancer screening rates of 80% and higher.
Dr. Bryan Green of Digestive Diseases received the National Service Award for Colorectal Cancer Outreach Prevention and Year- Round Excellence (SCOPY) at the American College of Gastroenterology Meeting in San Antonia TX October 28. Below is the description of the award:
Best State-Level Collaboration to Deliver Screening to Underserved Patients
Dr. Bryan Green of Digestive Diseases Group was invited and served as the 2019 Health Sciences Alumni Career Speaker at his alma mater of Mercer University and Mercer Medical School in Macon Georgia on November 7. He spoke to about 100 students and faculty about how his education at Mercer helped him in his career as a Gastroenterologist.
“Don’t do it,” Wendy begged. “You’ll just make an ass of yourself.”
“That’s different how?” I asked. “And, considering the topic, isn’t that appropriate?”
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Digestive Disease Group, PA and The Greenwood Endoscopy Center, Inc held its’ first 5k Run/Walk to benefit the Colorectal Cancer Prevention Network on March 23, 2019. Thanks to our sponsors and participants, we were able to present a check to CCPN for $4349.04. These funds will be used to provide screening colonoscopies to the under or non-insured residents of South Carolina.