Dr Ewen Cameron

Dr Ewen Cameron

Consultant Gastroenterologist

Practising at

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Ewen Cameron at Spire include:


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Professional profile

I have been a consultant gastroenterologist in Cambridge since 2007 and have a practice based around general gastroenterology but with specialist interest in advanced luminal endoscopy.

I have expertise in the full range of general gastroenterology including indigestion, abdominal pain, change in bowel habit and inflammatory bowel disease. I have a particular expertise in lower GI endoscopy receiving referrals for removal of particularly complex polyps and patients where colonoscopy has been previously unsuccessful. I also have expertise in stent placement to relieve obstruction in GI cancers and balloon enteroscopy for examining the small bowel. I have a special interest in managing patients with GI problems relating to cancer treatments.

Colonoscopy >5500 Gastroscopy >3500 Flexible sigmoidoscopy >2000

I was appointed clinical lead for the Cambridge Bowel Cancer Screening Programme from inception in 2007 and remained in this post until my appointment as divisional director for medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in 2013 (now Division C following restructure).

Private contact details

Telephone 01223 266990
Private secretary Denise Cattermole
Private secretary telephone 07761973476
Private secretary fax 01223 348729
Private secretary email
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Qualification and professional memberships

MD / Cambridge / 2006
Doctor of Medicine

MA / Cambridge / 1997
Master of Arts

MB BChir / Cambridge / 1995
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

FRCP / London / 2010
Fellow, Royal College of Physicians

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Gastroenterologist, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Personal Profile

Away from work I spend time supporting my daughter’s horse riding and keep fit by running. I have a passion for hill walking and am currently trying to 'bag' the Munros (282 Scottish mountains over 3000 feet).

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