Due to the review of the COVID-19 restrictions, we are still providing our normal services.
However, we do require proof of a COVID vaccination certificate in order to attend the rooms for your consultation.
One vaccination and a negative COVID screening test will also allow an in-person consult.
Otherwise, telehealth services are still available for any patient who prefers not to attend the rooms. Please don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions.

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Who should consider a colonoscopy?

Patients with the following conditions should consider a colonoscopy;

  • Rectal bleeding
  • Iron deficiency anaemia.
  • Abdominal pain and alteration in bowel habit
  • The presence of colorectal cancer risk factors
  • Clarification of barium enema findings
  • Positive Faecal occult test

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