I believe care must be customized
to each patient because the practice
of medicine is not a “one size fits all”.

William B. Evans, M.D.

Dr. William Evans’s Report Card

I practice general endoscopy upper endoscopy or (EGD) and colonoscopy like the majority of Gastroenterologists, and surgeons.
Number of cases

(2016)

EGD =422
COLONOSCOPY=525
EUS =228
EUS+liver biopsy=12
EUS+celiac plexus neurolysis=5
EUS+fiducial placement=7
EUS+pseudocyst drainage=9
ERCP=188
SINGLE-BALLOON ENTEROSCOPY (SBE)=23
RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION (RFA)=15
ENDOSCOPIC MUCOSAL RESECTION (EMR)=26
VIDEO CAPSULE ENDOSCOPY=29
EGD+DUODENAL WALLSTENT=1
EGD+ESOPHAGEAL STENT=7
FLEXIBLE SIGMOIDOSCOPY+COLONIC WALLSTENT=3
EGD+NASOJEJUNAL TUBE PLACEMENT=19
EGD+PEG PLACEMENT=14
PUSH ENTEROSCOPY=8

(2015)

EGD = 507
COLONOSCOPY = 671
EUS = 217
EUS-GUIDED LIVER BIOPSY = 8
EUS-GUIDED FIDUCIAL PLACEMENT = 3
ERCP = 115
SINGLE-BALLOON ENTEROSCOPY (SBE) = 14
RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION (RFA) = 8
ENDOSCOPIC MUCOSAL RESECTION (EMR) = 21 (total)
EGD + ESOPHAGELA STENT = 7
EGD + DUODENAL STENT = 3
ERCP + AMPULLECTOMY = 3
EUS-GUIDED RENDEZVOUS = 2
EGD + PEG OR NASOJEJUNAL TUBE PLACEMENT = 19

Lectures given

1/30/10 Interventional and therapeutic EUS
Deborah Waiz Nurses Endoscopy Symposium
Jewish Hospital
Louisville, KY
1/28/12 Endoscopy in pancreatic cancer
Deborah Waiz Nurses Endoscopy Symposium
Jewish Hospital
Louisville, KY
1/26/13 Endoscopy in Barrett’s esophagus
Deborah Waiz Nurses Endoscopy Symposium
Jewish Hospital
Louisville, KY
7/14/14 Healthcare & Medivators
Tele-conference/sales meeting
Nashville, TN
8/19/14 Improving adenoma detection rate
Dinner Conference
Evansville, IN