Integrated Medical Professionals, PLLC. Continues To Expand With A Rectal & Colon Division

Integrated Medical Professionals, PLLC. Continues To Expand With A Rectal & Colon Division

HJMT Public Relations Inc.Kristie Galvani, 631-393-0220

, a multi-specialty physician group comprised of and , the largest independent provider of urological and radiation oncology services in the United States, is expanding with a new division of world-class services, Advanced Colon & Rectal Surgery Centers of New York (ACRS).

Advanced Colon & Rectal Surgery Centers of New York (ACRSC), located at 510 Broadhollow Road in Melville, NY, will provide a full range of services including rectal exams, colonoscopies, surgeries, offering treatment options for pilonidal disease, anal-rectal pain, hemorrhoids, fissures, warts, incontinence, polyps, bleeding, fistulas, and abscesses. Surgical intervention will be provided for rectal and colon cancer, familial polyposis, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, and diverticulitis. The new division will be led by Dr. Bradley G. Bute and Dr. Marisa Ranire-Maguire.

“By joining forces with Integrated Medical Professionals, Dr. Ranire-Maguire and I will be able to provide our clients with the highest level of medical services in a cooperative environment,” said Dr. Bute. “Our commitment remains the same, to provide each patient with safe, discreet and caring treatment during every visit.”

Dr. Bradley G. Bute, of Greenlawn, has been practicing colorectal surgery for more than 25 years. Studying under the President of the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery as well as other international specialists, Dr. Bute’s comprehensive subspecialty training in Colon and Rectal Surgery was completed at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas in 1990. Dr. Bute maintains board expertise in both General Surgery and Colon Rectal Surgery. He has served as treasurer, vice president, and now president of the New York Society of Colon Rectal Surgeons. He is a clinical assistant professor at the Hofstra- North Shore LIJ School of Medicine and mentors young and upcoming medical students.

Dr. Marisa Ranire-Maguire, of Garden City, received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine where she developed an interest in the surgical subspecialty of Colon and Rectal Surgery. She completed her residency at the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System and a fellowship in Colon and Rectal surgery at Stony Brook University Medical Center and Winthrop University Hospital.

“IMP’s reputation of excellent service and medical commitment, makes our business model attractive to smaller practices, especially in the changing healthcare environment,” said Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor, Chairman and CEO of IMP. “By having Advanced Colon & Rectal Surgery Centers of New York (ACRS) join forces with us, we are able to provide the local communities of the New York Metro area with even more world-class services.”

a clinical affiliate of The Mount Sinai Hospital, is a multi-specialty practice comprised of community physicians committed to providing the highest level of medical service available. This cooperative approach has enabled the doctors in IMP to continue to practice in the neighborhoods they have been serving for years while affording them access to technology and services that are not available to most medical groups. IMP physicians are on staff at the leading hospitals in the New York Metropolitan Area, are active in clinical and academic research, participate in postgraduate medical education and lecture nationally and internationally on cutting edge breakthroughs in medicine. Divisions of IMP include , , and Advanced Colon & Rectal Surgery Centers of New York (ACRSC). For more information, visit .

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