Dr Steven Mann
Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist
MB ChB, FRCP
Dr Steven Mann qualified in 1989 from The University of Manchester. His private practice at Spire Bushey is easily accessible and personable. He provides the professional service that private patients are entitled to and has a first class PA who has looked after the administration since 2003. With almost 20 years work as a Gastroenterologist and General Physician, Dr Steven Mann will see patients with all types of gastroenterological problems. He is proud of the quality of tests available to him In Spire Bushey including all types of scans and endoscopies.
He is the Trust Lead for Clinical Nutrition, Clinical Lead for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, and Endoscopy Training Lead. He also has a large teaching and training commitment being an Educational Supervisor for a number of postgraduate trainees.
After his postgraduate training in North London hospitals, including research years at St Mark’s Hospital, he was appointed to his current position as a Consultant Gastroenterologist in 2003 at Barnet Hospital, London. He has a busy NHS practice incorporating in-patients, out-patients, endoscopy and emergency medicine.
He has over 20 publications in peer reviewed journals, 20 published abstracts, and has presented over 20 posters to national or international conferences.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Steven Mann at Spire include:
Gastroenterology: Nutrition, Inflammatory bowel disease, Endoscopy, Bowel disease
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Bushey Hospital.
Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist, Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
Honorary Clinical Teacher, University College London
Dr Steven Mann is married to a teacher and they have three children. When he is away from hospital, he runs a taxi service ferrying children to and from school, parties and football. He and his wife are also actively involved in communal and charitable causes. He is a lifelong Man Utd fan.