The gastroenterology department specialise in all aspects of gastroenterology and the investigation of gastrointestinal cancer. We have specialist teams for cancers, inflammatory bowel disease, nutrition, liver and alcohol.
Inpatients are based on Victoria Ward. Outpatient appointments and investigations such as endoscopy and X rays/scans take place at both the Royal Hampshire County Hospital and Andover Memorial Hospital.
|Dr Harriet Gordon||Clinical lead for gastroenterology||01962 825629||GastroAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk|
|Dr Frank Murphy||Consultant gastroenterologist||01962 825629||GastroAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk|
|Dr John Gordon||Consultant gastroenterologist||01962 825629||GastroAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk|
|Dr David Lloyd||Consultant gastroenterologist||01962 825629||GastroAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk|
|Tammi Pidgeon||Medical secretary||01962 825629||GastroAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk|
|Alex Wiltshire||Upper GI cancer nurse|
|Louanne McCabe||Inflamatory bowel disease nurse|
|Sarah Cotton||Inflamatory bowel disease nurse|
|Debbie Britton||Inflamatory bowel disease nurse|
|Sabine Burningham||Bowel cancer screening nurse|
|Emily Abanco||Iron deficiency, anaemia and haemachromatosis nurse|
|Charlotte Madgwick||Iron deficiency, anaemia and haemachromatosis nurse|
|Sarah Carter||Stoma nurse|
Inflamatory bowel disease team
After you have been referred to the gastroenterology department you will be contacted by the booking team to arrange an outpatient appointment.
On arrival in the outpatients department you will be checked in by the reception staff. During your appointment, you will meet the clinc nurses, who will weigh you and provide you with any additional documentation you need for the clinic.
You will meet your consultant and there will may occasionally be a medical student present.
Following your consultation, the administration tyeam will be in touch to arrange further appointments, if required. A letter will also be sent to your GP, informing them of the outcome of the consultation.