Fort Worth Texas Gastroenterology

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology

Our physicians are board certified gastroenterologists committed to providing high quality, cost effective and personalized care. All visits (Initial and Follow-up) are scheduled with the physician. 

Our physicians treat and diagnose conditions that affect the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon and the biliary system (liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts).

We have two office locations in Northeast Tarrant County to choose from. Our North Richland Hills location was established in 2006 in 2013 we opened an office in the Keller /Alliance area to provide care for the growing population in that region.

Practice Updates, News and Articles:

Say Hello to Healthbox!

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that our parent company, Digestive Health Associates of Texas (DHAT), will soon be launching “DHAT Healthbox”. In short, Healthbox is a physician-curated monthly subscription option designed to save patients both time and money. Please check out the DHAT Healthbox promotional video for more information. More details to be released in the coming weeks!

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What Is Fiber?

What is fiber?Posted June 5th, 2019

As gastroenterologists, a common topic of conversation with our patients is “fiber”. Questions range from “What is fiber?” to “Why is fiber important?” to “How much fiber do I need?”. In an effort to answer these questions, as well as a few others, please read on.

Dietary fiber, frequently referred to as roughage, is essentially indigestible plant material. Unlike proteins, carbohydrates and fats, which are broken down and absorbed by your body, fiber passes through the GI tract undigested. Although fiber isn’t digested and absorbed, it does play a key role in keeping your digestive system functioning properly.

What Is Fiber?


Congratulations Dr. Mark Murray

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that Dr. Murray has once again been selected by his peers as on of the top gastroenterologists in Tarrant County!  Please see this month's "Top Docs" edition of Fort Worth Magazine for more details!

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Your esophagus is the hollow, muscular tube which connects your throat to your stomach. It is roughly 20 cm long and allows swallowed food, liquids and pills to pass from your mouth into your stomach. Esophageal cancer develops when some of the cells lining the esophagus turn malignant/cancerous. It is estimated that approximately 17,000 people will develop esophageal cancer this year and that there will be approximately 15,000 esophageal cancer-related deaths. The lifetime risk of developing esophageal cancer is ~ 1 in 130 men and ~ 1 in 450 women.

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Congratulations Dr. Murray and Dr. Ong - Region's Best Physicians

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that Dr. Murray and Dr. Ong have been selected by their peers as some of the region's best physicians! Please see this month's edition of 360 West Magazine for more details!

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Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology is pleased to announce that we will participating in The Hurst Senior Center’s annual Business, Health & Benefits Expo. This is a great opportunity for the senior adult community to meet local business and service providers. Please stop by, say “hello” and grab some useful info. We look forward to seeing you!

MARCH 28, 2019
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

HURST, TX 76053

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates is happy to announce that beginning on Friday, April 12, 2019, Dr. Murray will begin providing endoscopy services at THR Azle on Friday afternoons

If you are in need of a screening colonoscopy or other endoscopic service, please book an appointment today. Also, please feel free to look into our “Direct Access Colonoscopy” service. This program allows select healthy individuals to skip their pre-procedure office visit and proceed directly to their colonoscopy. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Posted March 8th, 2019

We were all somewhat shocked and saddened earlier this week when Alex Trebek announced that he had been diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. In an effort to help shed some light on this devastating disease, please follow the link to our blog post.

Pancreatic Cancer - What You Need To Know

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Colon Cancer Awareness Month Tarrant GI Doctors

March is colon cancer awareness month. Here are a few quick facts on Colorectal Cancer and why it is so important for you to get screened

Colon Cancer Awareness Facts


Top Gastroenterology Groups in Tarrant County by Society Life Magazine 2019

Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates is proud to announce that we have once again been selected as one of the top gastroenterology groups in Tarrant County by Society Life Magazine. Schedule your appointment with us today. We look forward to seeing you!

Tops In Tarrant by Society Life Magazine



Direct Access Colonoscopy

Direct Access Colonoscopy


Stomach Cancer AwarenessStomach cancer, also known as gastric cancer, refers to a group of tumors that develop in the lining of the stomach. Although there are several different types of stomach cancer, Gastric Adenocarcinoma is by far the most common. Gastric Adenocarcinoma is a slow-growing tumor which begins its development in the inner-most lining of the stomach. It accounts for approximately 90-95% of all diagnosed stomach cancers. Although the exact mechanism by which Gastric Adenocarcinoma develops is unknown, certain risk factors have been identified. Some of these include:

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2018 Winding Down and 2019 Looming!

BlueCross BlueShield of Texas’ recent decision to start denying coverage of certain ER visits that it deems unnecessary

Posted August 14th, 2018

We here at Northeast Tarrant Gastroenterology Associates are well-aware of the alarm created by BlueCross BlueShield of Texas’ recent decision to start denying coverage of certain ER visits that it deems unnecessary. We would like all of our current and future patients to know that while we share their concerns, we have absolutely no influence with BCBS in regard to whether your visit will be deemed necessary or not. Our recommendation is to be judicious with your ER visits and to consider using urgent care facilities (i.e. CareNow) when routine clinic visits aren’t an option.

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Colon cancer screening should start at 45, Cancer Society says

People should start getting screened for colon cancer at age 45 instead of at 50, the American Cancer Society said Wednesday.

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Our Locations

Fort Worth Location

10840 Texas Health Trail, Suite 280
Fort Worth, TX 76244.


North Richland Location

7620 NE Loop 820,
North Richland Hills, TX 76180.


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