- General gastroenterology
- Upper GI endoscopy
- Bowel cancer screening
- Reflux disease
- Coeliac disease
- Bowel disease
Training & Background
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Dr Ellis qualified in 1987, from St Thomas’ Hospital, University of London. He then undertook higher training at The Institute of Liver Studies, Kings College Hospital and held an Honorary Senior Registrar position with St Marks Hospital.
In 1997, Dr Ellis entered the GMC’s specialist register for Gastroenterology and for General (internal) Medicine. He has supported patients as a consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist since that time.
Liver disease, including alcohol related and auto-immune related disease are particular interests for Dr Ellis. As are gastroenterological investigative techniques, including colonoscopy, endoscopy and bowel cancer screening.
Using the best diagnostic techniques for areas of our body which can not be seen directly matters. An early step in the fine care Dr Ellis offers, which is valued by his patients and others in his profession.
In 2019, he was elected by The British Society of Gastroenterology to represent the UK, on The European Board of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. An opportunity to contribute to his field and to the support offered to patients.
Research & Teaching
Dr Ellis has served as the national lead for Higher Specialist Training in Gastroenterology, at The Royal College of Physicians. He has also been on the examining board for The Specialty Certificate Examination in Gastroenterology.
He currently sits on the standard setting committee for this examination and is the Chair of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Gastroenterology.
- British Medical Association
- British Society of Gastroenterology
- British Association for the Study of the Liver
- Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians