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Best Gastroenterologists in London, UK

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
35 years of experience
Hepatology , Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , pancreaticobiliary medicine (bile ducts & pancreas)

Dr Andrew Thillainayagam qualified in Medicine from the University of Manchester in 1984. He then undertook specialist medical training in St Bartholomew’s Hospital and St Mark’s Hospital in London, and then the John Radcliffe Hospital and Royal Berkshire Hospital in Oxford. He then decided to specialise into the field of Gastroenterology having completed his PhD in 1995. His doctoral research involved investigating fluid therapy of acute infections of diarrhoea.  

Dr Thillainayagam has specialist interests in therapeutic endoscopy, malignancy of the digestive system, inflammatory bowel diseases and hepatopancreatic biliary medicine.

Following the completion of his PhD, he was appointed the title Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medicine for the Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and the Royal Postgraduate Medical School. More specifically, he is the lead clinician for cancer of the upper GI tract, the lead interventional endoscopist and coordinator for the GI curriculum for undergraduate students for the Faculty of Medicine of Imperial College London. The research he is currently undertaking includes cholangiocarcinoma, endoscopic imaging, anaemia, bile salt malabsorption and palliation of GI cancer.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
16 years of experience
pancreaticobiliary medicine (bile ducts & pancreas)

Dr Philips is an experience consultant gastroenterologist and HPB specialist, she also runs her own private practice and currently holds a post at Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust with a special interest in gastroenterology. 

She has undertaken an international fellowship in Sydney and a post-CCT fellowship at the Hammersmith Hospital in EUS, ERCP and advanced endoscopy. She performs EUS, ERCP as well as upper and lower diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy including stenting.

 

 

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Expert in: General Surgery
27 years of experience
Colorectal Surgery , Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery + 1 more

Mr Pasquale Giordano has been a consultant surgeon at the Royal London Hospital and   Whipps Cross University Hospital (Barts Health NHS Trust) since 2002 , later being appointed clinical lead for the Colorectal Department of the Barts Health Trust in 2012. Mr Giordano is currently the Clinical Lead for the Pelvic Floor and Functional Bowel Disorders of the Royal London Hospital and Clinical Lead for the Abdominal Wall Surgery service. 

After graduating from the University of Naples, Italy in 1990, Mr Giordano has accumulated a wealth of surgical experience. He initially trained in Italy and the UK before specialising in colorectal surgery by pursuing a fellowship at the Department of Colorectal Surgery of the Cleveland Clinic, Florida and a Senior Colorectal Fellowship at the Centre for Academic Surgery at the Royal London Hospital. Furthermore, he has given lectures and live surgical demonstrations all over the world to go with his numerous scientific papers, which have appeared in prominent medical journals.

This expanse of professional experience, which has taken place around the globe, has helped Mr Giordano to build an international reputation for his high standard of care and training, so much so that both senior colorectal trainees from nearby and abroad are attracted to work with him. Moreover, many of the patients that he has treated are referred from all over the UK and even overseas.

In recent years, Mr Giordano has focused on developing new treatment methods for common conditions such as haemorrhoids, anal fissure and faecal incontinence. Subsequently, he was the first UK-based surgeon to use the transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization (THD) technique and is currently the surgeon with the most experience of this procedure in the UK. He also directs the only THD training course that is both available in the UK accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons.

It is therefore easy to see why Mr Giordano is regarded as one of the UK's leading colorectal surgeons—a consultant who remains reknowned for his dedication to both his work with both patients and research.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 1 specialist
25 years of experience
Hepatology

 

Please be aware that during the COVID-19 Outbreak Professor Khan will not be undertaking any face-to-face consultations. Telephone consultations are available, please contact for further information.

 

Professor Shahid Khan is a Consultant Physician based at St Mary's and Hammersmith Hospitals, London. He is a consultant Gastroenterologist with Special accreditation in Hepatology.  

Prof Khan obtained his medical degree from Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals Medical School and went on to complete his specialist training at St Mary's Hospital and University College Hospital, London. Prof Khan has also been awarded a PhD for his studies in liver cancer. 

Prof Khan's special interests include investigation of abnormal liver function tests, liver cancer, alcoholic liver disease, dyspepsia, fatty liver disease investigation of change in bowel habit and endoscopic procedures. Since his appointment as a consultant, Prof Khan has set-up a dedicated clinic for decompensated cirrhotic patients. He also runs a general Hepatology/Gastroenterology clinic, performs endoscopy lists and is the clinical lead for liver cancer. 

Further to his role, Prof Khan lectures nationally and internationally on liver disease, he is the Hepatology Unit Lead for liver cancer and he is an accredited Royal College of Physicians Educator, teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has also extensively published in peer-reviewed medical journals. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

Prof Khan is also an Professor of Practice in Hepatology at Imperial College London University where he is Director of Admissions and Inclusivity for Imperial College Medical School and also Course Director of the Gastroenterology &  Hepatology BSc Programme. He as an active research interest in live disease and has supervised several PhD students. 

Prof Khan's Professional Memberships include the British Medical Association, the British Association for Study of the Liver, the International Liver Cancer Association, the European Association for Study of the Liver and the British Society of Gastroenterology. 

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Recommended by 6 specialists
20 years of experience
Hepatology , pancreaticobiliary medicine (bile ducts & pancreas)

 

Please be aware that during the COVID-19 Outbreak Dr Kallis will not be undertaking any face-to-face consultations. Telephone consultations are available, please contact for further information.

Dr Yiannis Kallis is a Consultant Hepatologist and Gastroenterologist at the Royal London Hospital (Barts Health NHS Trust) and the Royal Free Hospital London, two of the UK's leading teaching hospitals, where his practice covers a broad range of gastro-intestinal diseases. He specialises in liver disease and disorders of the pancreas and bile ducts, and runs the NE London outreach liver transplant network. He is Clinical Lead for Hepatology at the Royal London Hospital.

He is a highly skilled in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy and colonoscopy, with a particular expertise in complex ERCP (endoscopy of the bile duct and pancreatic duct). He is clinical lead for ERCP services at Bart Health for the HPB cancer board. He is at the forefront of research into developing novel endoscopic treatments for pancreato-biliary cancers, and is a specialist advisor to the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in this field. He serves on the British Society for Gastroenterology (BSG) liver committee.

He graduated from Cambridge University with Distinction and undertook postgraduate specialty training across several leading London teaching hospitals. He was awarded a PhD in 2010 for his research into liver fibrosis, stem cells and regeneration at Imperial College London and Cancer Research UK, and publishes his work in high impact peer-reviewed journals. 

He is currently an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, QMUL, where he is a principal investigator on several multi centre clinical trials in treatments for advanced liver disease and for inflammatory disorders of bile ducts. He regularly lectures in gastroenterology and hepatology and supervises MSc student projects in liver disease at QMUL. He sits on the writing group for national guidelines in liver disease. 

 

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
42 years of experience
General Medicine

Dr Colin Ainley is a Consultant Gastroenterologist currently working at the private practices The London Clinic, BMI The London Independent Hospital and Princess Grace Hospital, in London. His areas of interest include Neurogastroenterology, Inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatico-biliary disease and Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography (ERCP).

Dr Ainley qualified as a doctor in 1976, when he graduated from The University of Cambridge. He has conducted training at St Thomas’ University Hospital and Middlesex Hospital. He has a Master of Arts, a Doctor of Medicine and a Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians.

He has many professional memberships the British Society of Gastroenterology, American Gastroenterology Association, American Society of Gastroenterological Endoscopy and Pancreatic Club of Great Britain & Ireland. He was also named of Britain’s Top 250 private doctors by Tatler Magazine in 2005.

 
 
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Expert in: Gastroenterology
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Dr Ravi Misra is a luminal gastroenterologist with a specialist interest in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

He qualified from Imperial College in London in 2005 and undertook specialist training in the North West Thames London rotation. He has completed a fellowship in advanced endoscopy at St Mark’s Hospital and is skilled at diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy.

He took time out of his training to pursue a PhD on the impact of ethnicity on epidemiology, metabolic and microbial profiling. He has collaborated with the Centre for Digestive Health at Imperial College to study how the microbiome changes in IBD. He also has an interest in the impact of diet in newly diagnosed patients with IBD. Dr Misra’s research has provided him with the opportunity to present at international conferences and publish articles in peer-reviewed journals.

Dr Misra sees all aspects of gastrointestinal disorders in outpatients as well as a specialist IBD clinic.

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
21 years of experience
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) , pancreaticobiliary medicine (bile ducts & pancreas) , Gastroenterology

Dr Sameer Zar is a consultant gastroenterologist practising at the Royal Marsden NHS Hospital and at Epsom and St. Helier NHS Trust, where he is currently lead for Upper GI Cancer.

He also practices privately at Spire St Anthony’s Hospital, at the Royal Marsden Hospital’s private Unit, at Bupa Cromwell and at Spire Gateway Park Hospital.

His specialist clinical interests include upper and lower GI cancer, IBS, Crohn’s and colitis, reflux disease, Barrett’s oesophagus and pancreas and liver disorders, treating and managing patients with these conditions. He is a recognised expert in colonoscopy, endoscopy and ERCP, and runs a GI physiology laboratory and specialist hepatitis service at the St Helier Hospital. He also offers oesophageal manometry and pH studies. Dr Zar underwent his postgraduate training in gastroenterology and general medicine in 2005 in the South West Thames Scheme. As part of his training, he undertook a PhD on the topic of food-specific serum antibodies and the effect of food on bowel motility in irritable bowel syndrome.

He has an interest in academic research, having published a number of articles in peer-reviewed international journals.  As well as English Dr Zar can speak Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi with his patients in the clinic.

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Expert in: General Surgery
20 years of experience
Upper GI (Gastrointestinal) Surgery , Laparoscopic (key-hole) Surgery , Colorectal Surgery + 1 more

Mr Pasha Nisar FRCS, is a Consultant Colorectal and Laparoscopic (keyhole) surgeon at Ashford & St Peter’s NHS Trust appointed in 2011. He is lead for colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease surgery at the Trust. He performed the first single incision ‘scarless’ operation for cancer and the first artificial sphincter implant at the Trust. He established the department's research programme with Royal Holloway, University of London and supervises PhD studies on genetic biomarkers for colon cancer. He is co-ordinating development of robotic surgery and is clinical lead for endoscopy at Princess Margaret Hospital.

Mr Nisar grew up in Sunningdale and attended King’s College School, Wimbledon. He read medicine at Trinity College, Cambridge University and Addenbrooke’s. He was awarded a doctorate from The University of Nottingham for his thesis at the Academic Surgical Unit. Specialist surgical training was completed in the London Deanery including St George’s, Frimley Park, Royal Surrey Hospitals. Mr Nisar spent one year at the Cleveland Clinic USA, a world renowned centre of excellence, at the Department of Digestive Disease training under Professor Vic Fazio. Mr Nisar is a high volume surgeon with expertise in all aspects of colorectal disease, hernia repair and endoscopy. His focus is on achieving the best clinical outcomes and excellent results for patients. He is an international conference speaker with over 50 articles and book chapters published. Mr Nisar was voted Global Health and Pharma Colorectal Surgeon of the Year 2019. 


Mr Nisar's Private Practice is based at The Runnymede Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, The Lister Hospital Chelsea and The Woking Nuffield Hospital. 


Expert areas: 

Groin and abdominal hernia surgery, laparoscopic and mesh free repair 

Advanced colonoscopy, EMR polypectomy, endoscopy, bowel cancer screening, screening for colitis

Keyhole surgery for bowel cancer and diverticular disease

Surgery for stage IV endometriosis

Laparoscopic rectopexy for prolapse

Sacral neuromodulation for faecal incontinence

Surgery for Crohn’s and colitis including ileo-anal pouch

Treatment for haemorrhoids, anal pain, fistula and fissures

Rafaelo, HALO surgery for piles and botox injections for pain

 

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Expert in: Gastroenterology
24 years of experience
pancreaticobiliary medicine (bile ducts & pancreas) , neuro-gastroenterology

Having graduated from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1995, Dr Matthew Foxton undertook his specialist training in the South East London region and completed his training in 2007, having gained sub-specialty accreditation in hepatology-gastroenterology . In 2009, he completed his thesis on "Hepatitis C recurrence after liver transplantation", for which he was awarded an MD from the University of London. 

With a vast expertise in liver disease and associated conditions, Dr Foxton was appointed Consultant Gastroenterologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich in 2007. In 2010, he took up a post as consultant hepatologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and King's College Hospital. Dr Foxton has a particular interest in viral hepatitis, early detection of liver disease and hepatocellular carcinoma.

In 2011, Dr Foxton became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He is also a member of British Society of Gastroenterology, British Association for the Study of the Liver and American Association for the Study of Liver Disease.

 

 

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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?