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Professor Bobby Prasad is available for video consultations.
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Prof Bobby Prasad is an award winning, Ivy League and London trained Consultant Gastroenterologist specialising in endoscopy, colonoscopy, gastroenterology, and hepatology – including, IBS, abdominal pain, cancer screening, pancreas and biliary disease, obesity, inflammatory bowel disease, reflux, bleeding, diarrhoea and abnormal liver function.

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Specialties and sub-specialties


Professional profile

Bobby worked at the Chelsea and Westminster, Royal Brompton and Royal Marsden Hospitals. He trained at St Thomas’ Hospital, London and Boston University.

He completed Advanced Endoscopy Fellowships at Yale University, where he was on Faculty and in Therapeutic Endoscopy and ERCP in Charleston, under Peter Cotton and Rob Hawes. He is now in full time Private Practice.

Current posts

  • Consultant Gastroenterologist
    The London Clinic

Current teaching posts

  • Visiting Professor
    University of West London

Awards and accolades

  • Imperial College Teaching Excellence Award
  • Yale New Haven Hospital All Star Award
  • American College of Gastroenterology National Fellows’ Prize
  • Astra-Zeneca Gastroenterology Travelling Scholarship

Medical training

Year qualified 1994
  • United Medical Schools of Guy's and St Thomas' 1987 - 1993

Languages spoken



Prevent indigestion this Christmas: how to eat, drink and be merry
The Times
A few tiny tweaks are all that’s needed to avoid heartburn and other problems this Christmas.
Acid reflux: foods to avoid and how to treat it
The Daily Telegraph
If you have persistent symptoms, you should go and see your GP, according to Professor Prasad, consultant general physician and gastroenterologist.