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The London Clinic Endoscopy Unit is a purpose-built facility which allows complete examination of either the upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract or the lower GI tract. 

An endoscopy is used to investigate all parts of the digestive system. Upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy and lower GI endoscopy (colonoscopy) are generally performed by physician or surgeon gastroenterologists who have specialised in these techniques.

Saturday appointments now available

Our Endoscopy unit is open six days a week. 

We are the only dedicated private hospital to be able to offer comprehensive endoscopy services on a Saturday. 

Having a Saturday service gives patients more flexibility and choice.  This is particularly useful for those patients who find it difficult having time off during the working week.

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A technician at work in the Endoscopy Unit

What the Endoscopy Unit can help with

Gastroenterologists at The London Clinic offer screening for bowel cancer or diagnosis and treatment for diseases that affect any part of the digestive system, which include the oesophagus, stomach, colon and rectum.

Some of our consultants specialise in endoscopic examination of the small bowel and of the pancreatic and bile ducts.

With over 40 years of gastrointestinal (known as GI) Endoscopy service experience, The London Clinic is the only independent private healthcare provider offering a Saturday Endoscopy service for its patients.

 The Endoscopy Unit carries out on average 35 to 40 procedures a day with a 98% - 100% patient satisfaction rate.

We offer procedures not yet available in most private healthcare providers such as: ERCPSpyglassUGI, and Stretta.

Gastroenterology consultants

Endoscopic investigations

Our specialist consultants offer all forms of endoscopic investigation to diagnose problems with the digestive system:

A video capsule, the size of a large vitamin tablet, is swallowed and photographs the entire small intestine.

Capsule endoscopy

An examination of the large bowel used to investigate lower gastrointestinal diseases. It is extensively used in colonic screening for bowel cancer and polyp removal. 


 A combination of two types of test - endoscopy and ultrasound. The endoscopist uses an endoscope with an ultrasound built into the tip.

Detailed examination of the lungs, pancreas and stomach can be made. Biopsies may be taken.


This is an examination of the bile and pancreatic ducts, allowing the injection of dye, stone removal and other samples to be taken. 


Upper gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy and lower GI endoscopy (colonoscopy) are generally performed by gastroenterologists who specialise in these techniques.


An endoscopic examination of the small intestine.

The London Clinic is the first private hospital in the UK to offer patients SpyGlass® cholangioscopy technology.  

This minimally invasive procedure helps diagnose and treat conditions that results in the narrowing or obstruction of the bile duct, including:


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