Who could be excited about the colon? It's a rhetorical question, but becomes real when diverticulitis sideswipes you. Scott Berger is caring and completely focused on you, the patient. His front office staff is busy but you are made to feel like you are super important to them. I had seen 2 other local GI guys before Dr. Berger. One was a surgeon who told me all about his vacation (Do I care?) and the other all about his children (Again, do I care when my gut is wrenching?). These had been recommended by my primary care doc, Dr. Berger by friends. There was a long wait time for a first-time patient, but the staff got me in in 4 days due to a rare cancellation. Dr. Berger took nearly an hour talking to me ABOUT ME. I scheduled a colonoscopy as recommended. I had one benign polyp which was removed. Dr. Berger had explained everything so carefully that I was at ease with everything. The procedure was done in his office, conveniently located with great parking by the way. This is a thorough, highly respected doctor whose reputation has not gone to his head. The entire staff really gets it in terms of caring treatment.