To my patients:
This letter is to inform you of my decision to retire from the Center for Digestive Health effective December 1st, 2018. All of my children and grandchildren are living in North Carolina and it is time for them to see more of me. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for entrusting me for so many years with your health care. I have developed relationships with you of caring and respect that I will value always. With each step of our journey together, I have tried to the best of my abilities to provide you the highest quality care. Equally important to me are the personal relationships that we have established together. You have blessed me with a deeply satisfying career. I sincerely wish you good health in the future.
I am honored to have been a member of an outstanding group of physicians at the Center for Digestive Health, where all of us are committed to excellence. I would be pleased to help each of you with the transition to the other physicians at Center for Digestive Health. Please note that all of your medical records are stored electronically and are available to you and the other Center for Digestive Health physicians.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me or my office manager, Carmela Brown at 407-241-3248. It has been my privilege to be your physician. God bless you and your families.
William Ruderman MD
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The Center for Digestive Health was featured in Orlando Family Magazine. The article shared the story of one of the Center’s patients: Beth, a young girl suffering from Crohn’s disease. Beth talks about her experience with the Center for Digestive Heath and how our physicians have changed her life forever. For more information about Crohn’s disease and about the Center for Digestive Health, please click here or on the Orlando Family Magazine logo.
The Center for Digestive Heath has been featured on Orlando Magazine‘s “Finest Doctors” list. The article tells the story of the Center’s founding in 1982 and how it has grown to a five physician practice with six offices and a state-of-the art surgical center. To read the full article and learn more about the Center’s services, please click here or on the magazine cover.
Doctor Samuel Giday from the Center for Digestive Health & Endoscopy was interviewed on Fox 35 T.V. News, “Good Day” to talk about the campaign. Please click here to read more.
April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month and the Center for Digestive Health’s Dr. Ruderman discusses Esophageal Cancer with Lauren Rowe on FlashPOINT. Please click here to watch the video and learn more about Acid Reflux and Esophageal Cancer.
The Center for Digestive Health was featured in a Central Florida Lifestyle article, “Saving Lives Through Awareness.” This informative spread shared ways that colon cancer can be prevented, and why frequent screenings are so important. To view the entire article please click here or on the cover below.