What we do
We treat all diseases of the digestive tract, which includes the oesophagus and stomach as well as the small and large intestines. Liver or pancreatic problems are treated by our colleagues in hepatology (liver medicine).
We have specialist outpatient clinics which diagnose and treat common conditions, such as dyspepsia, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
We also treat diseases of the small and large bowel in close collaboration with the specialist colorectal surgery clinic.
Outpatient appointment locations
Appointments take place in one of the following locations:
- Suite 7, first floor, Golden Jubilee Wing
- the Venetian building.
Preparing for your appointment
We will send you a letter telling you the day and time of your clinic appointment. This will also have tell you how to prepare for any tests or investigations.
For further information please contact the Main Reception.
- Main Reception: +44 (0)20 3299 8306
- Outpatient Clinic Appointments: +44 (0)20 3299 1919
Patient information leaflets
|Capsule enteroscopy||435 KB|
|Constipation care pathway||194 KB|
|OGD (Gastroscopy)||44 KB|
Conditions we treat
At King’s we see and treat patients with a full range of gastrointestinal diseases. Patients with gut, pancreatic and liver diseases are managed by our colleagues in hepatology.
We run specialist clinics in dyspepsia, inflammatory bowel disease, coeliac disease, gastrointestinal complications of diabetes and irritable bowel syndrome.
We also closely collaborate with the specialist colorectal surgery clinic for patients with diseases of the small and large bowel.
What is required before referring a patient
We send many routine patients a letter requesting that they have certain studies before being seen in outpatients. This is so we can make a quicker diagnosis and keep the number of visits they make to the hospital to a minimum.
Booking a patient at King’s
GPs should refer via NHS e-referral (e-RS) wherever possible.
Other ways to refer
Call switchboard on 020 3299 9000 and ask to speak with the SpRs in gastroenterology or one of the four consultants.
Patients at risk of cancer can be referred via the two-week cancer pathway.
Key Clinical Staff
|Dr Danielle Adebayo||Gastroenterology|
|Dr Maxwell Asante||Consultant|
|Dr Vinod Audimoolam||Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist|
|Prof Ingvar Bjarnason||Professor Of Digestive Diseases/Consultant Physician|
|Mrs Tyeisha Blake||IBD CNS|
|Dr Sukh Chatu||Consultant|
|Dr Guy Chung-Faye||Consultant Physician|
|Dr Howard Curtis||Consultant|
|Dr Patrick Dubois||Consultant Physician|
|Miss Judith Elingo||IBD CNS|
|Dr Yasser Moh El-Sherif||Consultant|
|Dr Bu Hayee||Consultant|
|Dr John Hunt||Consultant Gastroenterologist|
|Dr Cheryl Jordan||Consultant CBT therapist|
|Dr Alex Kent||Consultant Gastroenterologist|
|Dr Mayur Kumar||Consultant Gastroenterologist|
|Dr Robert Logan||Consultant Physician|
|Ms Monica Lyons||Clinical Nurse Specialist|
|Miss Lucy Medcalf||Lead Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Nurse Specialist|
|Dr Polychronis Pavlidis||Consultant Gastroenterologist|
|Dr David Reffitt||Consultant Gastroenterologist|
|Mrs Sally Remnant||CNS Bowel managment and Constipation|
|Dr Raj Srirajaskanthan||Clinical Lead of Gastroenterology|
|Mrs Sarah Tentis||Clinical Nurse Specialist - Nutrition|
|Mrs Aldea Waters||Lead Inflammatory Bowel Disease CNS|