Gastroenterologists are medical professionals who work specifically in matters of the digestive system, including the treatment of conditions which can impact this important part of the body.
At Spire South Bank, the dedicated team of gastroenterologists near Worcester are happy to help. They can offer you rapid diagnosis and care for a wide range of gastroenterological conditions, including everything from anemia to colon polyps and bowel cancers. Using all the latest tools and techniques, they can devise a treatment that puts your long-term health and quality of life first.
Treatments offered in Worcester
At Spire South Bank Hospital, the private gastroenterologists near Great Malvern have plenty of experience in this field. As soon as they’re able to make a diagnosis, they’ll get to work planning you a safe and effective form of treatment, which may include medical procedures such as:
Conditions treated in Worcester
If you find you experience the symptoms of a gastroenterological issue often, including things like diarrhoea and indigestion, it could be the sign of a bigger problem. Based on the symptoms you describe, Spire’s gastroenterologists near Evesham will invite you in for some tests, so they can check you for common conditions like:
Symptoms treated in Worcester
The symptoms of a gastroenterological problem can prove really tough to live with. If not looked into, they can even get worse, which is why the team at Spire South Bank always do all they can to ensure you can live free from:
Test and scans carried out in Worcester
If digestive complaints are a common problem for you, let the team at Spire South Bank help you understand what’s going on. They’re able to do this through a range of tests and scans they have at their disposal, including innovative technology like:
You’ll find South Bank Hospital on the southern outskirts of Worcester, a little along Bath Road. That means it’s really close to the M5, which you should exit at junction 7 if you’re heading in this way. This is also our closest gastroenterology departments for surrounding towns like Bromyard, Great Malvern, Ledbury, Pershore and Tewkesbury.
Spire South Bank is convenient for both the city of Worcester and junction 7 of the M5 which is just two miles away.
Dr. Gee qualified from Leicester University in 1993. He was appointed a specialist registrar in Leicester in 1997 where he undertook his higher training in Gastroenterology and General Medicine. He spent 2 years undertaking research into liver disease for his …
Consultant Gastroenterologist and General Physician
I trained at Birmingham Medical School in spring 2000. My MD thesis at University Hospital Nottingham was in gastro-intestinal injury associated with NSAIDS. I was appointed senior registrar in gastroenterology at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary before appointment a…