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Expert gastroscopy and colonoscopy tests at The Holly Private Hospital

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World-class consultant doctors

Minimal waiting times: fast access to the care you need

Specialist appointments from £200*

Expert gastroscopy colonoscopy tests at The Holly Private Hospital

Private healthcare
appointments
available now

World-class consultants

Fast access to care

Appointments from £200*

Minimal waiting times and expert gastroscopy and colonoscopy tests
at The Holly Private Hospital

If you are suffering with unexplained and long-term symptoms such as indigestion, abdominal pain, vomiting, or signs of blood loss such as anaemia, passing black motions, or vomiting blood, further investigations may be required.

Oesophago-gastro-duodenoscopy (OGD) also known as a Gastroscopy 
One effective way to find out what is causing these symptoms is through an oesophago-gastro-duodenoscopy (OGD), sometimes known more simply as a gastroscopy. A gastroscopy examination allows your doctor to look inside your upper digestive tract to investigate symptoms, confirm a diagnosis, and treat conditions of your stomach, oesophagus, or duodenum. A gastroscopy allows your doctor to examine the lining of the upper section of your digestive tract. A long, thin, flexible tube with a camera and light source on one end, called a gastroscope, is passed into your mouth and travels down your oesophagus to your stomach and duodenum, to allow your surgeon to view these areas. The procedure takes around 15 minutes.

Colonoscopy 

Your doctor may also wish to examine your lower large intestine including your rectum and colon and suggest you have a colonscopy. A colonoscopy is an examination of the large bowel using a long, flexible tube called a colonoscope. It is an outpatient procedure that examines your large bowel for changes or abnormalities such as colon polyps and bowel cancer, and to investigate bowel symptoms.

During the colonoscopy, a long, thin, flexible tube with a video camera and light source on one end is inserted through your anus and passed into your colon and rectum to allow your doctor to see inside. No cuts are required as the colonoscope passes through the natural opening of your anus. Air is pumped into your bowel through the colonoscope to lightly inflate it so your surgeon has a better view of your bowel.

If you require expert gastroscopy tests our surgeons can offer a range of advanced treatments. We offer all-inclusive self-pay packages for patients who require expert gastroscopy tests procedure and who wish to pay for their own treatment (terms and conditions apply). Prices start from:

• Therapeutic colonoscopy (with biopsy or excision of lesion) with prices starting from £2,150
• Diagnostic colonoscopy (with biopsy of colon and ileum) with prices starting from £1,900
• Diagnostic Oesophago-Gastro-Duodenoscopy (OGD) also known as gastroscopy with prices starting from £1,595
• Diagnostic Oesophago-Gastro-Duodenoscopy (OGD) also known as gastroscopy and immediate colonoscopy with prices starting from £2,250

For more information and eligibility criteria, speak to one of our self-pay advisors by calling 020 3918 9554 .

Why choose The Holly Private Hospital?

Highly experienced world-class surgeons

Excellent patient satisfaction and outcomes 

No waiting times - fast access to diagnosis and treatment

Outstanding hospital rated 5 star on Doctify and TrustPilot

Experienced and friendly team here to support you at every step of your journey

A team that goes above and beyond to care for you

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We are committed to protecting our patients and staff from Covid-19.

We have introduced additional risk assessments, new health and safety and infection control measures, and additional staff training to protect everyone on our premises from Covid-19, in line with all official guidelines. Read more about our measures to protect patients from Covid here.

What's included in your inclusive self-pay package?

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Personalised treatment plan

We know everyone is different, so your treatment plan will be individually tailored to you and designed to suit your specific healthcare needs and lifestyle

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Preoperative care

All pre-operative assessments and any tests or scans undertaken while you are at Parkside Hospital for the procedure will be covered - so no hidden costs or fees

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World-class expert team

All inpatient treatment costs as part of your procedure are included. This includes consultant, hospital, nursing, imaging and physiotherapy fees as applicable

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Aftercare

Our expert care doesn't end when your procedure does. All aftercare including medication for up to 7 days and one follow-up appointment post-surgery is included in your package

Three flexible ways to pay

Pay for yourself

You can choose to pay for the treatment you have with us with consultations from £200.

Private insurance

We work with all the leading providers and your treatment could be covered by your insurer.

Interest free loan

We offer finance options so you can pay for your treatment in regular interest-free installments*.


We'd love to hear from you

If you are considering paying for your own surgery and need more information or have a price enquiry and would like to speak to our Self-Pay Team, please fill in the form below and one of our team will contact you as soon a possible.

For more information and prices, speak to one of our friendly self-pay advisors by calling 020 3918 9554 or click here to book an appointment


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