I have a great GI in the Triangle, specifically in Chapel Hill, named Morton Malkin with Chapel Hill Internal Medicine. I know that he does remi infusions from his office. he has AWFUL bedside manner but is an EXCELLENT GI and means very well, so if you can tolerate his mannerisms, then he's great.
But, if you have a trickier case, you could also consider the GI clinic at UNC-Chapel Hill. The clinic there is very good, but it is a hospital, so it can be a bit harder to get in with them. there are a couple of docs there. I have seen Hands herfarth and really liked him, but get my main treatment from Malkin because the hospital thing can be a bit much for me, personally. if you have more specific questions, give a holler and I wil do my best to help out. the UNC clinic will probably a better fit for you if you have a tricky case. (I haven't read your posts yet - just saw the subject and wanted to reply promptly). will write more later.
Pancolitis dx 3/07
9 Colazal a day (was on 12 Asacol/day, but suddenly got sick from it)
150mg Imuran/day (steroid dependent, reached this dose 9/07)
Various vitamins, bit of fish oil, a probiotic.