High quality colonoscopy for bowel cancer screening and polypectomy, Endosocpic mucosal resection (EMR) of large polyps, Haemorrhoid treatment, Gastroscopy for Barrett’s, oesophageal cancer, dysphagia, variceal banding, Endoscopic Ultrasonography (EUS)
Dr Vipul Aggarwal is an Interventional Gastroenterologist with extensive training and specialisation in various diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. He is currently the Director of the Gastroenterolgy and Hepatology Unit at Canberra Hospital. Dr Aggarwal, completed his Basic Physician and General Gastroenterology training at the Royal Prince Alfred and St George Hospitals in Sydney.
Colorectal cancer screening, Inflammatory bowel disease, Functional gut disorders, Upper and Lower gastrointestinal endoscopy
Dr Nadeeka Samarakoon (BSc(Med) MBBS MMed FRACP) graduated from the University of NSW in 2001. She completed most of her gastroenterology training at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney. She is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and Gastroenterological Society of Australia. Dr Samarakoon moved to Canberra from Sydney in 2016. Dr Samarakoon has an interest in all areas of gastroenterology including colorectal cancer screening, inflammatory bowel disease, functional gut disorders and upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy. Dr Samarakoon is our leading specialist in the practice and sees patients in consultation and for endoscopic procedures. She approaches care holistically and will take a multidisciplinary approach to patient treatment when required.
Endoscopy, Gastroenterology, Colonoscopy, Quality improvement in screening Colonoscopy, Small bowel video capsule endoscopy
Jonathan Bromley MBChB(uk) FRACP was born in Yorkshire and underwent his medical training at the University of Bristol in the West of England, graduating in 1998. Following a period of work in the south west of England, including the Gastroenterology unit at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, he moved to Canberra where he completed his postgraduate training in internal medicine, sub specialising in gastroenterology. He was awarded his fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians in 2007. In 2008 he was awarded an endoscopy fellowship from the Gastroenterology Society of Australia and travelled to St. Mark’s hospital in London where he spent 12 months working with, and learning from, world experts in colonoscopy. St Mark’s is one of only 19 endoscopy centres in the World to be recognised by the World Endoscopy Organization (WEO) as a centre of excellence.