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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 5 specialists
18 years of experience

Dr Rehan Haidry is a Consultant Gastroenterologist and Endoscopist practising at University College Hospital, London, regarded as one of country's leading teaching and research hospitals. His expertise encompasses such areas as general gastroenterology and hepatology, with a particular interest in the management and treatment of acid reflux symptoms and Barrett’s Oesophagus (abnormal changes to the cells lining the oesophagus).

In addition to this, Dr Haidry also sees patients suffering with conditions such as diarrhoea, bloating, abdominal pain, as well as those suffering from issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, andvarious food intolerances.

He initially trained at St Mary’s Hospital in London and subsequently completed his gastroenterology training in North East London. Following this, he undertook a 2-year research fellowship at UCLH, examining novel diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic techniques in the upper gastrointestinal tract, which included research into the endoscopic treatment of early stage cancers.

Along with his commitment to clinical practice he has a keen interest in furthering his field of practice through conducting important and high-impact research at locations such as the National Medical Laser Centre,located at the prestigious University College London. His research is targeted at developing novel treatments for conditions called dysplasias (early cancer) associated with Barrett’s oesophagus, as well as other pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract. Further to this, he also takes part in the coordination of Europe’s largest patient registry, the UK HALO radiofrequency ablation registry, which collects the nationwide outcomes for the use of new interventions in patients with early stage cancer of the oesophagus. He now regularly presents his findings at both local and international conferences.

Dr Rehan Haidry’s unparalleled commitment to gastroenterology, both in the clinic and in the research setting, has supplied him with the skillset to ensure the highest standards of treatment and care for his patients.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 10 specialists
22 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Farooq Rahman is a Consultant Gastroenterologist practicing in the heart of London at University College Hospital. In addition to this he is an Honorary Associate Professor at University College London, allowing him to pursue his interest in research and undergraduate/postgraduate education. Dr Rahman qualified from the Royal Free School of Medicine in 1997. Subsequently, he completed his Gastroenterology specialist training on the North East London Rotation and went on to obtain a PhD from UCL investigating the immuno-pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease.

Dr Farooq Rahman is a luminal Gastroenterologist, that is, a gastroenterologist concerned with conditions affecting the lining of the GI tract (e.g. gastric ulcers, coeliac disease, etc.). His interests include inflammatory bowel disease, clinical nutrition & intestinal failure, and endoscopy. In addition to this, he is regularly consulted by patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, bile acid malabsorption, and radiation enteropathy as well as a whole host of other conditions.

As well as Dr Rahman’s clinical and teaching responsibilities, he is committed to furthering the field of gastroenterology through conducting research into conditions such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis (inflammatory bowel diseases) and intestinal failure, which has lead to many high impact peer-reviewed publications in renowned scientific journals, such as The Lancet, Gut, Journal of Experimental Medicine, Journal of Crohn's & Colitis and Inflammatory bowel disease.

This combination of education, research and clinical practice ensures Dr Rahman has the skills to provide the highest level of treatment and an excellent standard of care to his patients.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
33 years of experience
Hepatology , Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , neuro-gastroenterology + 1 more

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Dr Mike Mendall qualified from Cambridge University and the Middlesex Hospital Medical School with distinction in 1985. He was one of Tatler's top private gastroenterologists in 2013. He undertook specialist training in gastroenterology at St George's in south west London. He is an experienced gastroenterologist and is frequently sought for second opinions on difficult cases. His main NHS base is Croydon University Hospital where he is lead clinician for gastroenterology which delivers 12000 endoscopies per year and he leads the Inflammatory Bowel Disease service which serves 1700 patients. He is an expert interventional endoscopist having performed more than 7000 colonoscopies, 10000 upper GI endoscopies and 3000 ERCPs as well as a large number of other endoscopic procedures. including emergency endoscopy for uncontrolled gastrointestinal bleeding, stenting to relieve obstructions of the oesophagus and gut, videocapsule endoscopy, double balloon enteroscopy and oesophageal physiology studies.

He has served on the British Society of Gastroenterology Clinical Services committee, the Upper GI Cancer London Cancer Alliance board, the National Cancer Intelligence Network Upper GI Cancer committee, and the South Wes London Gastroenterology Training Committee. He has also served on a variety of hospital committees. Dr Mendall has always had a strong research focus and remains actively involved, presenting at and attending many international meetings. HE has made and continues to make important and original contributions in a number of different areas of gastroenterology including dyspepsia, inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel. He has more than 100 publications many in prestigious journals including the Lancet, British Medical Journal, Gastroenterology, Gut and the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

Dr Mendall works with dedicated GI radiologists, a specialist histopathologist, upper and lower GI surgeons and GI dieticians.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
24 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Jonathan Hoare is a Consultant Gastroenterologist based in London. He has a special interest in reflux, swallowing and management of difficult gastrointestinal bleeding as well as the detection and treatment of early gastrointestinal cancer using endoscopic techniques.

Dr Hoare completed his undergraduate training at Cambridge University and St Mary's Hospital Medical School. He went on to complete a PhD as an MRC research fellow, focusing on viral hepatitis and gene therapy. Dr Hoare then trained in gastroenterology in North London and his first consultant post was at St Mary's Hospital. Dr Hoare achieved fellowships in endoscopy, one of which focused Barrett's oesophagus and oesophageal cancer. He also held the position of Head of Endoscopy at St Mary's Hospital and Imperial College Healthcare for 10 years.

Dr Hoare has an interest in medical education and he provides teaching on endoscopy nationally and internationally. His research interests include colonoscopy techniques and early detection and treatment of gastrointestinal cancer. Dr Hoare's was awarded the Marsha Dreyer research award by the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy in 2015 for his research on coloscopy techniques.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
23 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Charles Murray is a Gastroenterologist and Consultant Physician at the Royal Free Hospital. He also works in a few other clinics: Wellington Hospital, The London Clinic, The London Digestive Centre and London Digestive Health and the Princess Grace Hospital. He is also the Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Clinical Director at the Royal Free Hospital. Dr Murray sees patients with a variety of problems, across all aspects of his speciality, however, his main interests are endoscopy, IBS, IBD, and functional gut disorders. 

In his earlier career, Dr Murray was a researcher at St Mark's Hospital which led to a PhD from Imperial College London. He gained his medical qualifications after studying at Cambridge and the University of London. He became a consultant in 2003.

Moreover, Dr Charles Murray was a part of the British Society of Gastroenterology from 2009 to 2013 and a senior secretary. He is currently involved in academia as he is the Chair of the United European Gastroenterology e-learning Taskforce. 

His work was appreciated and awarded many times. The American Association of Gastroenterologists awarded him with the Moti L. and Kamla Rustgi International Fellowship in 2005. Two years later, he received the award of the Young Investigator of the Year in the Functional Brain-Gut Research Group. 

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 1 specialist
17 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Adam Humphries is a consultant gastroenterologist and specialist endoscopist at St Mark's Hospital, Harrow, an internationally recognised centre of excellence for intestinal disorders and endoscopy. He is the Clinical Lead for Endoscopy and his sub-specialist interests include bowel cancer screening and prevention (nationally accredited bowel cancer screening colonoscopist), colonoscopy and polypectomy, gastroscopy, small bowel diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, video capsule endoscopy, trans-nasal endoscopy and double-balloon enteroscopy. Dr Humphries also leads the small bowel endoscopy service at St Mark's Hospital, a national referral centre and one of only a few sites in the UK that provides double-balloon enteroscopy for the diagnosis and treatment of small bowel diseases.

In 2007 Dr Humphries was awarded a Cancer Research UK Clinical Research Fellowship and subsequently gained a PhD in 2012 from University College London for his research into the biology of gastrointestinal tumours. He has published in prestigious, peer-reviewed scientific journals, presented work at a variety of national and international meetings and published a number of book chapters. Dr Humphries' current academic interests include bowel cancer prevention, evolution of pre-cancerous growths (polyps) within the gut and the diagnosis and treatment of small bowel diseases.

Dr Humphries qualified from Imperial College Medical School in 2002 and undertook his specialist gastroenterology training within London from 2005-2013. He then completed a fellowship in advanced and small bowel endoscopy at St Mark's Hospital before being appointed to the Consultant staff.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
24 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Irving trained in Medicine at Cambridge University and The London Hospital Medical College, qualifying with distinction in 1995. He conducted his research at Bart’s and The London on inflammatory bowel disease before moving to Australia for a further period of research.

He is internationally known as an expert in inflammatory bowel disease (Crohns disease and ulcerative colitis) and leads the inflammatory bowel disease service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London where he also runs a large research and clinical trial programme. He has previously sat on the IBD Section of the British Society of Gastroenterology and Chaired the Education Committee of the European Crohns and Colitis Organisation.

Dr Irving also has a specific interest in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Together with dietetic colleagues at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King’s College London, he introduced the low FODMAP diet to the UK and continues to conduct research in this field. Overall he has over 150 publications and has published 3 books.

His practice includes all aspects of luminal gastroenterology with a particular interest in inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). His endoscopic interests include small bowel capsule endoscopy as well as gastroscopy and colonoscopy.

Along with his interest in inflammatory bowel disease, Dr Irving is interested in irritable bowel syndrome, and endoscopy, gastroscopy and colonoscopy.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
24 years of experience

Dr Sean Preston is a Consultant Gastroenterologist based at the Royal London Hospital, Barts Health, the UK's largest NHS Trust. He graduated from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, Paddington in 1995. The majority of his postgraduate training was centred at Barts and the London NHS Trust (a major London Teaching Hospital), in addition to a year spent in Sydney as an Advanced Endoscopy Fellow, prior to his appointment as a Consultant at Barts in 2006.

 

His clinical practice includes the diagnosis and treatment of gastro oesophageal reflux disease (heartburn), Barrett's oesophagus, irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, in addition to diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy of the oesophagus, stomach and colon. He has a keen interest in gut health and gastrointestinal microbiota (bacteria, viruses and fungi) and uses both diet, pre and probiotics in the achievement and maintenance of optimal conditions within the bowel. Clinical consultations are structured to allow patients sufficient time to explain all their symptoms and to fully understand for the cause of their concerns.

 

His PhD, undertaken at Cancer Research UK, London, outlined the role of stem cells in gastrointestinal cancers and led to several significant publications in the field.

 

He is Director of Endoscopy at Barts Health and his endoscopic expertise relates to gastroscopy, colonoscopy and endoscopic ultrasound and he is an accredited colonoscopist for the National Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (requiring a rigorous accreditation process and continual audit of key performance indicators). He has written numerous key papers and book chapters on gastrointestinal cancer and continues his research in Barrett's oesophagus.

 

Dr Preston also featured in the 2013 Tatler Doctors Guide of Britain's top 250 consultants. He was President of the Gastroenterology and Hepatology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine from 2015-2017 and is currently Chairman of the Specialists' Committee for the Independent Doctors' Federation.

 

As a founding partner of London Digestive Health, within London Digestive Centre, he works within the framework of first class clinical team of other London Teaching Hospital Gastroenterologists, in addition to GI surgeons, Radiologists, Oncologists and a Dietician.

 

Dr Preston is also the Chair of Digestive Diseases and Renal Department at HCA Healthcare UK.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 1 specialist
12 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , Hepatology

Dr. Laith Al-Rubaiy is an award-winning consultant
gastroenterologist and hepatologist. After completing medical school with “distinction”,
he won two competitive scholarships to complete his post-graduate medical
studies at the New York State University and then King's College London, UK.

Dr. Al-Rubaiy then moved to wales in order to pursue
academic clinical fellowship in Gastroenterology, Hepatology and General
Medicine. Part of his advanced Hepatology training was completed at the Royal
Free Hospital, London. He has also been awarded a Ph.D. for his work in
applying health technology in Gastroenterology health service research and
clinical trials to asses and measure patients' reported outcome measures
(PROMs). He has been awarded 3 competitive local and national awards for his
work in Gastroenterology and Hepatology and has also been the recipient of 2
highly coveted scholarships and 12 grants throughout the duration of his
career.

As of 2017, Dr. Al-Rubaiy was selected for the prestigious
title of "Young Gastroenterologist of the year: Emerging Leader" for
his research, clinical work, medical education, and collaborations by the
British Society of Gastroenterology.

He has also published 14 case reports, 30 peer-reviewed
articles, 37 abstracts, and conference presentations and he's been involved in
the writing of 3 chapters/books.

He is clinical work at Northwick Park and St Mark’s hospitals.
In addition to a very broad experience in gastroenterology, he has developed specialist
interest in various liver and bile ducts problems as well as other
gastroenterology problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Inflammatory
Bowel Disease (IBD), diarrhoea, anaemia, weight loss, and acid reflux disease.
He is an accredited endoscopy trainer. He regularly performs upper and lower
gastrointestinal endoscopy to investigate.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 2 specialists
20 years of experience

 Dr Hayee is a Consultant Gastroenterologist at King's College Hospital and has been
Clinical Lead for the department since 2015. He trained at Guy’s Hospital (GKT
Medical School), graduating in 1999, and was appointed a Fellow of the Royal
College of Physicians in 2015. His PhD, awarded in 2010, examined the role of
innate immunity and neutrophil function in Crohn's disease.  

He is also a Reader in Gastroenterology at King’s College London and maintains an active
research interest, supervising several PhD fellows and basic scientists. 

He is nationally-accredited for bowel cancer screening colonoscopy and has specialist
interests in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and high-quality endoscopy. He is
training lead for Endoscopy at King's and led development of the specialist IBD
service from 2012-2017, being shortlisted for an HSJ Excellence in Healthcare
award in 2017. In 2011, he was awarded a travelling fellowship to Yokohama,
Japan to study advanced endoscopic techniques with Professors Haruhiro Inoue
and Shin-ei Kudo and is co-director of the King’s Institute of Therapeutic
Endoscopy.  

He has a commitment to innovation and delivering the highest quality service possible;
with thoughtfulness, rapid communication, clarity of information and
partnership. 

Dr Hayee is a member of the British Society of Gastroenterology (for whom he serves as a
member of the Endoscopy section committee), the American Gastroenterological
Association, the European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation, the American and
European Societies for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and the Association for
Bariatric Endoscopy.  

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What is a Gastroenterologist?

When there is something wrong with the stomach and digestive processes of the body, it can be difficult and frustrating to diagnose exactly what the problem is. Many of the disease and disorders of the gastrointestinal tract have similar symptoms and present in the same manner. In all cases, any kind of oesophageal, stomach, intestinal, or colon problems that persist beyond the terms or severity of a “stomach bug” or “food poisoning” often necessitate a visit to a specialist. Finding a gastroenterologist in London to diagnose and treat these problems is the first step towards management and recovery.

When to see a Gastroenterologist?

Some typical examples of the kinds of problems that top gastroenterologists in London deal with on a regular basis. Include bleeding in the digestive tract, problems with the liver or gallbladder, heartburn or acid reflux, ulcers, cancers, colon diseases like IBS and Chron’s, uncontrolled nausea or vomiting, haemorrhoids, certain types of hernias, malnutrition or malabsorption problems with the intestines, and similar problems. Patients can easily find a top gastroenterologist in London using Doctify.

It is important to note that the best gastroenterologists in London can offer a range of treatment options, including medication, diet and lifestyle changes, and minimally-invasive outpatient procedures. If a particular problem requires surgery, however, gastroenterologists will typically refer or recommend patients see a colorectal surgeon, as they are not, strictly speaking, trained to perform major surgical procedures. Between the two specialities, any kind of digestive issues that a patient may have, from the oesophagus to rectum, can be identified, managed, and treated.

What procedures can you find at a Gastroenterology clinic?