You’re in safe hands

At InHealth Endoscopy, our focus is on you. We know that having an endoscopy is not top of everyone’s list so we do everything we can to make the experience as pleasant as possible. Learn more about the procedure, where to find us and details of our high-tech facilities below.

Endoscopy explained

What is an endoscopy?

The latest equipment

More comfort & better results

Quality assured

Accredited & CQC registered

Located nearby

Conveniently located clinics

You’re in safe hands

At InHealth Endoscopy, our focus is on you. We know that having an endoscopy is not top of everyone’s list so we do everything we can to make the experience as pleasant as possible. Learn more about the procedure, where to find us and details of our high-tech facilities below.

Endoscopy explained

What is an endoscopy?

The latest equipment

Comfort & better results

Quality assured

Accredited & CQC registered

Located nearby

Conveniently located clinics

What is an endoscopy?

An endoscopy is a procedure where the inside of your body is examined using an instrument called an endoscope. An endoscope is a long, thin, flexible tube that has a light source and camera at one end which is used to look inside the stomach or bowel.

This is a safe and very effective way for you to be examined for evidence of bleeding, swelling, unusual growths or ulcers and can also be used to look for early signs of cancer in the lower bowel.

We provide 4 types of endoscopy procedures: Colonoscopy, Flexible Sigmoidoscopy, Capsule Endoscopy and Gastroscopy.

What is an endoscopy?

An endoscopy is a procedure where the inside of your body is examined using an instrument called an endoscope. An endoscope is a long, thin, flexible tube that has a light source and camera at one end which is used to look inside the stomach or bowel.

This is a safe and very effective way for you to be examined for evidence of bleeding, swelling, unusual growths or ulcers and can also be used to look for early signs of cancer in the lower bowel.

We provide 4 types of endoscopy procedures: Colonoscopy, Flexible Sigmoidoscopy, Capsule Endoscopy and Gastroscopy.

The latest equipment

We are proud of the high-quality Olympus Medical endoscopic equipment which we use across all of our clinics. We have invested in special devices to make your endoscopy more comfortable, such as:

The Transnasal endoscope – this is a super fine, very thin endoscope which is used when you have a gastroscopy procedure in one of our clinics. The scope is inserted via your nose (instead of your throat) which avoids the “gag” reflex and enables you to continue talking to the doctor during your procedure. We also find that fewer patients need any form of sedation when a transnasal endoscope is used, meaning you can go about your day soon after the procedure has finished.

The ScopeGuide – this device tracks the endoscope during the procedure, enabling the doctor to smoothly navigate through your colon.

The latest equipment

We are proud of the high-quality Olympus Medical endoscopic equipment which we use across all of our clinics. We have invested in special devices to make your endoscopy more comfortable, such as:

The Transnasal endoscope – this is a super fine, very thin endoscope which is used when you have a gastroscopy procedure in one of our clinics. The scope is inserted via your nose (instead of your throat) which avoids the “gag” reflex and enables you to continue talking to the doctor during your procedure. We also find that fewer patients need any form of sedation when a transnasal endoscope is used, meaning you can go about your day soon after the procedure has finished.

The ScopeGuide – this device tracks the endoscope during the procedure, enabling the doctor to smoothly navigate through your colon.

Quality assured endoscopy

We’re serious about quality. All of our services are accredited by the Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy (JAG).

InHealth is CQC registered and is rated “Good” overall across all of our services and “Outstanding” for our mobile and peripatetic services in a recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.

Quality assured endoscopy

We’re serious about quality. All of our services are accredited by the Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy (JAG).

InHealth is CQC registered and is rated “Good” overall across all of our services and “Outstanding” for our mobile and peripatetic services in a recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection.

Convenient locations

All of our units are located in a community setting and are easy to access

Bicester

Braintree

Bristol

Cirencester

Ipswich

Manchester

Peterborough

Romford

Witney

Mobiles

Convenient locations

All of our clinics are located in easy to access community settings

Bicester

Braintree

Bristol

Cirencester

Ipswich

Manchester

Peterborough

Romford

Witney

Mobiles

Patient Leaflets

Download our Patient Advice Sheets in English, Hindi and Arabic, and our Pre Procedure Advice Sheets in Easy Read

Leaflets in English

Leaflets in Hindi

Leaflets in Arabic

Easy Read