New physician joins Hanover Gastroenterology- NHRMC Physician Group

June 27, 2013
WILMINGTON – Hanover Gastroenterology, part of the NHRMC Physician Group, is pleased to announce that Jack I. Ramage, M.D., will be joining the practice in June. Dr. Ramage specializes in all aspects of gastroenterology, including routine procedures such as colonoscopy and upper endoscopy, as well as advanced procedures including endoscopic ultrasound, Barrett’s esophagus ablation, complex Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and palliative endoscopy. He is board certified in gastroenterology and internal medicine. Dr. Ramage graduated from the University of South Carolina magna cum laude and attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia. He completed his internal medical residency at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA and fellowships in gastroenterology and advanced endoscopy at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Ramage has practiced at Mayo Clinic Health System in Wisconsin where he served as Chair of the Gastroenterology Department and as a Gastroenterology Hospitalist for Marshfield Clinic. Special interests include Barrett’s esophagus, pancreatic cystic lesions, endoscopic ultrasounds, and gastrointestinal (GI) oncology including early diagnosis and prevention, as well as palliation of GI tract cancers. Dr. Ramage is a native of South Carolina and is happy to be back in the Carolinas with his wife and four children. In his free time, he enjoys time with family, biking and water sports. Dr. Ramage is welcoming new patients. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 910.763.1219 or visit Hanover Gastroenterology's website.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center is the leading provider of quality and accessible health care in Southeastern North Carolina, delivering care to all in need, without the support of taxpayer dollars. The medical center takes seriously its responsibility as an economic engine for the community, creating more than 5,000 jobs directly and another 6,000 jobs indirectly. ###