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DELETED PAGE: DO NOT COPY King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes: private endoscopy and gastrointestinal treatment in London

King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes

Providing expert private endoscopy for the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, including gastroscopy, colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy and ERCP, at one of London's leading private hospitals.


Where can I find private endoscopy in London?

Founded in 1899, King Edward VII"s Hospital Sister Agnes is a private charitable hospital offering the highest standards of clinical practice and nursing care, based in the West End of London. 


King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is able to offer a dedicated Endoscopy Unit equipped with the very latest technology and staffed by expert consultant gastroenterologists and specialist nurses.  In addition to the procedure room, the Unit has a recovery area, changing rooms and state-of-the-art decontamination facilities, ensuring the most thorough sterilisation of equipment.


Why do I need an endoscopy?

Endoscopy is used to investigate the following symptoms that involve the gastrointestinal system:


  • Indigestion
  • Heartburn
  • Difficulties swallowing
  • Persistent abdominal pain
  • Persistent nausea and vomiting
  • Vomiting blood
  • Persistent diarrhoea
  • Rectal bleeding
Endoscope cleaning unit
State-of-the-art decontamination facilities

Private endoscopy services in London

Endoscopy is a procedure to examine the inside of the body using a thin, flexible tube that has a light source and camera on the end (an endoscope).  Instruments can also be attached to the endoscope in order to carry out some treatment procedures.  A number of endoscopic techniques are used at King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes to examine the gastrointestinal tract (all with the exception of ERCP are normally carried out as an outpatient procedure):

Gastroscopy

An endoscope is swallowed and guided down to examine the oesophagus, stomach and first part of the small intestine.  Gastroscopy is used to check for coeliac disease, stomach ulcers, diseases of the oesophagus and early signs of cancer.


Colonoscopy

The whole of the large bowel (colon and rectum) can be examined with an endoscope to assess and remove polyps, and diagnose bowel cancer and inflammatory conditions such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn's Disease.

Private hospital scans

Flexible sigmoidoscopy

This form of endoscopy is used to examine the rectum and lower part of the large bowel.  Biopsies can be taken for examination and intestinal polyps removed.  Flexible sigmoidoscopy is a very effective method for detecting early bowel cancer.


ERCP

ERCP is a technique that uses an endoscope and X-rays to examine the bile and pancreatic ducts.  It is used to investigate jaundice and diagnose bile duct and pancreatic cancer and gallstones.  ERCP can be used therapeutically to treat chronic pancreatitis and other conditions where the bile duct has been damaged.

Hospital bed and staff

How can I get private endoscopy at King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes?

King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes welcomes both patients with private health insurance and those who wish to fund their own treatment.  Referrals from GPs and specialists can be made directly to the Endoscopy Unit:

Tel:       +44 (0) 20 7467 4561
Fax:     +44 (0) 20 7467 4560
Email:   endoscopyunit@kingedwardii.co.uk

Alternatively, a booking form is available from the King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes website.


Contact details

King Edward VII’s Hospital Sister Agnes
Beaumont Street
London
W1G 6AA 


Tel: +44 (0) 207486 4411

Email:      info@kingedwardvii.co.uk  

Website: King Edward VII’s Hospital Sister Agnes

 
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