Dr. Douglas K. Rex

Doctor (M.D.)

Indianapolis, Indiana Map External Link
Med. School:Indiana University School Of Medicine
Grad. Year: 1980

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Accepting New Patients:Y

Profile updated 04/10/13    Submit profile update    Subscribe to profile updates

Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (5 is best), based on 3 reviews. Dr. Douglas K. Rex has an excellent overall rating on RateMDs.com. smile

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Gastroenterologist-related: Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome, GI cancer, bowel disease, stomach, intestines, bowels and other structures, such as the liver, gall bladder, pancreas and esophagus, and focus on maladies that include ulcers, jaundice, colitis, hepatitis, cancer, eating disorders, GIST
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RID: 4811216
06/02/14 SYSTEM: 'birds of a feather' rating (based on Medicare patients-in-common): 5.0  Respond
RID: 2906524
11/10/13 5 4 5 5 In August 2013 I was diagnosed with a very large pre-cancerous polyp in the ascending colon for which the standard procedure is surgery to remove 12" of the large intestine plus several inches of the small intestine. Dr. Rex is one of the top GIs in the country with experience in advanced endoscopic procedures, and the removal of large difficult polyps is one of his specialties. In October 2013, he performed a colonoscopy, and using EMR techniques he successfully removed a 30mm polyp from my colon. This procedure saved me from having to undergo the much move invasive colon removal surgery. Dr. Rex ROCKS! I am so very grateful to him and his awesome staff! 
Insurance: United Healthcare
03/07/09 SYSTEM: 2 negative duplicate or disallowed ratings automatically removed 
RID: 745991
17/12/08 4 4 5 5 Dr. Rex diagnosed my condition correctly after having seen multiple physicians. He has been very caring and helpful. I've recommended others to him who profusely thank me after being correctly diagnosed for the first time.  Respond