Due to the COV-19 outbreak, extra precautions and protocols have been implemented to ensure everyone’s safety. Dr. Nowain is available by telemedicine consult or an in office visit by calling (310) 997-4044. Our state of the art surgery center has implemented strict infection control measures and we are currently performing outpatient procedures such as EGD’s and colonoscopies. You can read more here.

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Beverly Hills Gastroenterologist

Caring Deeply About Your Health & Happiness

At Center for GI Health, our patients can trust they are not only in the hands of experienced professionals, but ones that have deep compassion and understanding for their health and well-being. We are fascinated with the workings of the human body and have gained an in-depth understanding of human physiology in order to improve full-body health. Life experience has allowed us to understand where our patients are coming from, what their backgrounds are, and how we can cater our treatments to their individual needs. We treat each patient as if they are our only patient, and make ourselves available to them at all times. Our staff truly cares and will always offer a warm, friendly, and comfortable experience.

Our Beverly Hills gastroenterologist is specialized in the prevention of adult intestinal tract cancer and the diagnosis and management of adult intestinal tract diseases. We offer colonoscopies, endoscopies, hemorrhoid banding, breath testing, and more. We utilize cutting-edge technology to improve the outcomes of our treatments, and we keep up with the latest innovations to ensure we are always bettering ourselves. Dr. Ari Nowain, MD, is double board-certified and boasts awards and certifications. Allow us to show you why we are the best gastroenterologist is the Beverly Hills area. Schedule your consultation today.

Personal Attention
Innovative Treatment

  • Comfort

    You will instantly feel at ease in our warm, friendly atmosphere, and will enjoy short wait times.

  • Innovation

    We stay informed of the latest advancements, and offer our patients many cutting-edge treatment options.

  • Focus

    More time spent with each patient means accurate diagnoses and more effective treatments.

Meet Dr. Ari Nowain

  • Our Practice Philosophy
  • Center for GI Health
  • Breath Testing

We Put Patients First

Answers to Your GI Health Questions

Our Beverly Hills Gastroenterologists Have Answers

  • What should I bring to my first visit?

    It is helpful to come prepared with questions for your doctor. If you are seeking a second opinion for a chronic, reoccurring condition, be sure to bring information detailing when your symptoms started, how your symptoms have changed over time, and other information you feel is important.

    You should also bring:

    • Your insurance card
    • Your driver’s license
    • A list of the medications, and dosages, you are currently taking
    • A list of any herbs, supplements, vitamins, or homeopathic medicines

    Pertinent prior medical records including operative and pathology reports, laboratory tests, and hospital discharge summaries are also recommended.

  • What causes hemorrhoids?

    Pressure on the rectum causes hemorrhoids to form. This pressure can come from prolonged sitting, constipation, straining, and even diarrhea. Pregnancy, obesity, and heavy lifting are also associated with hemorrhoids. During the third trimester of pregnancy- and even more so during the delivery process- the uterus lowers down and puts pressure on the anus and forms hemorrhoids.

  • When should I have my first colonoscopy?

    Those without a family history of colon cancer should begin screenings at the age of 45. There is an increasing incidence of colon cancer in patients who are in their 40s, so early screening needs to be considered on a case by case basis. African-Americans, who are more susceptible to the disease, should begin screenings at the age of 40. If you have a family history of colon cancer, you should begin screening 10 years before the age at which your relative was diagnosed (i.e. if your father was diagnosed with colon cancer when he was 52, you should receive your first colonoscopy at the age of 42).

  • What symptoms should I ask my doctor about?
    Check out our symptoms page for a look at common symptoms and conditions.

Visit Us Today

Center for GI Health: Ari Nowain, MD
Conveniently Located in Beverly Hills


9730 Wilshire Blvd,
Suite #213
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
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Licensed Physician

Have Questions? Contact us! We Are Here to Help You Feel Better

First-Class Care

Your body is unique, and you deserve highly personalized care to ensure your long-term health and comfort. Call us today at (310) 657-4444 to get started.