Five of six centers now closed by local entities


The Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada on Shadow Lane is just one branch of the Gastroenterology Center of Nevada, a 14-doctor practice with six locations, three physicians' assistants and about 60 employees valleywide. Some of the company's locations have clinics for endoscopies and colonoscopies, while others house only doctors' offices:

Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada

700 Shadow Lane

Las Vegas

Practice includes: Doctors' offices for consultations with patients, plus a two-bed clinic for endoscopies and colonoscopies

City of Las Vegas officials suspended the center's business license Friday.

Desert Shadow Endoscopy Center

4275 Burnham Ave.

Las Vegas

Practice includes: Doctors' offices for consultations with patients, as well as a clinic for endoscopies and colonoscopies

Clark County officials suspended the center's business license Monday.

Spanish Hills Surgical Center

5915 S. Rainbow Blvd.

Las Vegas

Practice incudes: Doctors' offices, endoscopic clinic

Clark County officials suspended the center's business license Monday.

Gastroenterology Center of Nevada

2610 W. Horizon Ridge Parkway

Henderson

Practice includes: Doctors' offices

City of Henderson officials attempted to visit the business Tuesday to determine whether the location houses an endoscopy clinic, but they were denied entrance.

City of Henderson officials suspended the center's business license Tuesday.

Gastroenterology Center of Nevada

1815 E. Lake Mead Blvd.

North Las Vegas

Practice includes: Doctors' offices.

City of North Las Vegas officials were trying to determine late Tuesday whether doctors at the location perform endoscopies and colonoscopies.

City of North Las Vegas issued a cease-and-desist order late Tuesday, calling the center a "public nuisance" and telling the owners their practices violated municipal codes.

Gastroenterology Center of Nevada

3150 Tenaya Way

Las Vegas

Practice includes: Doctors' offices

Location was still open as of late afternoon Tuesday.

Contact reporter Jennifer Robison at jrobison@reviewjournal.com or (702) 380-4512.

 

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