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EPEC is ranked as one of the top 400 ambulatory surgical centers by Newsweek for the second year running.

For the second year in a row, Eastern Pennsylvania Endoscopy Center (EPEC) is being recognized by Newsweek as one of America’s Best Ambulatory Surgery Centers for 2022.


We are dedicated to providing high-quality, cost-effective, efficient, and comprehensive healthcare for our patients. Our procedure centers are designed to ensure each patient has a positive, personalized, and respectful experience.

EPGI and LVHN in a joint venture are proud to offer two state-of-the-art endoscopy centers to service our community. The mission at Eastern Pennsylvania Endoscopy Center and Nazareth Endoscopy Center is to provide impeccable patient care in the convenience of an outpatient setting. Your safety, comfort, and satisfaction are our primary concerns.


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“All the staff and doctors were helpful and courteous and quite informative.”

Nancy F.

“The staff at the office are all wonderful. So kind and caring. They were obviously busy because of the number of patients but you wouldn’t know it by talking to them. They were calm and made sure all your questions were answered and helped to lessen any anxiety.”

Dorothy S.

“Dr. Bross is the best!! Totally trust him and have been his patient for years.”

Daria K.

Palmer Office

The Health Center at Palmer Township, 3701 Corriere Road, Suite 17, Easton, PA 18045
(610) 821-2828 | (610) 821-7915 (fax)

Office Hours:
Hours Vary

Notable point:
Our telephone/patient calls will be answered starting at 9:00 am daily

Allentown Office

1501 N. Cedar Crest Boulevard, Suite 110, Allentown, PA 18104
(610) 821-2828 | (610) 821-7915 (fax)

Office Hours:

Notable point:
Our telephone/patient calls will be answered starting at 9:00 am daily

Dear Patient,

Due to unprecedented COVID-related supply chain disruptions in China, all hospitals in the United States are experiencing a shortage of contrast media (sometimes referred to as X-ray dye) used to perform CAT or CT scans. This may affect ERCP procedures as well.  As at all U.S. hospitals, LVHN and other imaging providers’ ability to perform these scans in all but the most critical cases will be limited until these supply chain issues are corrected. This shortage has been caused by the Chinese government’s COVID lockdown of Shanghai, where most of the world’s supply of contrast media is manufactured and then subsequently distributed by GE Healthcare and Bracco. This disruption is expected to last until at least the end of June.

LVHN is exploring various strategies to conserve contrast media, including using other imaging technologies and materials and postponing non-emergency scans. As always, we are 100% committed to providing the best possible care to our patients.  If you have any questions or concerns about a scheduled test at LVHN, please contact the scheduling department at LVHN at 610-402-8378.