Hadley Wood Hospital offers a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services for symptoms and conditions involving the digestive system and digestive tract. This includes a number of minimally invasive investigative procedures using the latest innovative technologies, and many can be performed on an outpatient basis.
Why choose Hadley Wood?
Our gastroenterology specialists have a wealth of experience in investigating and treating common conditions such as chronic acid reflux and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), through to inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease, pancreatic disease, chronic constipation and gastrointestinal bleeding.
We understand that these symptoms and conditions can have a significant impact on your wellbeing and quality of life. Our aim is to make the diagnostic process as efficient and convenient as possible for all patients and provide the highest levels of care, treatment and specialist advice, to help you regain control of your digestive health.
For us, the consultation is a key part of the patient journey. We will advise on the most suitable investigative procedures for you and aim to provide tailored treatment plans that best suit your individual needs. We are committed to ensuring all patients feel fully informed about what a procedure entails and any associated risks, and supporting you in making the right decision for you.
Many of our gastroenterology services don’t require you to stay in hospital, but if you do need to stay overnight, our dedicated aftercare team will ensure your needs and comfort are well taken care of, and that you are fully equipped with all the advice and information you need when you go home. Depending on the procedure you’ve had, follow-ups may also be included as standard and should you need any additional advice, our nurses are only a phone call away.
Our specialist gastroenterology consultants
You’ll be looked after by leading consultants offering the highest level of expertise in their field. No matter what your healthcare concern, our consultants will be able to advise the best course of treatment.