Thomasville Times Enterprise

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June 28, 2014

Gastroenterologist joins Archbold

THOMASVILLE —  

Archbold Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome gastroenterologist Peter Ojuro, D.O. to the hospital’s medical staff.

Dr. Ojuro received a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Lab Science from the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, and his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Dr. Ojuro completed a residency in internal medicine at St. Johns Detroit Riverview Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and a fellowship in gastroenterology at St. John McComb/Oakland Hospital in Madison Heights, Michigan.

Dr. Ojuro is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology.

As a board certified gastroenterologist, Dr. Ojuro is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the digestive system including irritable bowel disease, GERD, hepatitis, diverticulitis and gastrointestinal cancer.  

“I’m excited to join the Archbold health system and the Thomasville community,” said Dr. Ojuro. “I look forward to providing quality gastroenterology care to the patients in Thomas and surrounding counties.”

Dr. Ojuro is now seeing new patients at the new Archbold Gastroenterology Group practice located in the Archbold Medical Group building at 2621 E. Pinetree Boulevard in Thomasville. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Ojuro, please call 229.584.4100.Gastroenterologist joins Archbold

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