As a heads up, some of his procedures are actually rather experimental. They are not harmful (e.g., doxy injections into fistulas), but I would suggest asking him about this prior to making a decision on treatment recommendations. (Experimental? Chances of success? What if they don't work? Options? etc.) Just my experience....
And if possible, try to find a way to get any kind of procedure (e.g. scope) scheduled for the same trip. You may need to get your GI doc or surgeon involved with getting these scheduled.
Take a small recorder and ask his permission to record. He's good with this. He's not easy to understand, and you won't need to take notes and can focus on your discussion.
I stayed at the CC Guest House and agree with liz - it's a pretty ratty. But for us, it served its purpose and was very convenient - a bed, shower, TV, and large, free parking lot all within an easy walking distance to the clinic.