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“I was nervous! It was easy – very professional with the right touch of empathy.”

5th July 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“The service I received from Dr Sarkar was excellent. The appointments were conveniant for me. There was sufficient time for me to discuss my concerns and agree to the suggested investigations. The gastroscopy and colonoscopy that I had which were carried out by Dr Sarkar went very smoothly. The service I received was first class.”

28th June 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“From my initial consultation with Dr Sarkar to my endoscopy, I felt assured and relaxed about the procedure (having heard so many disturbing reports from friends). I can only compliment Dr Sarkar for his superb professionalism in every respect. I would never again be afraid if I had to undergo further investigation under his care. The procedure was carried out by Dr Sarkar and his team whilst I was under sedation and was not in any way uncomfortable or caused me any distress. I can only add two words – thank you.”

27th June 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Michael Broom

“Very pleased with treatment. Excellent sedation procedure.”

21st June 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“I have appreciated the very prompt appointment service for both consultation and examinations required. I found all staff, clinical and administrative alike to be pleasant, helpful, friendly and professional. I found no adverse effects and the examinations were both thorough and made as comfortable as possible. I found Dr Sarkar to be of the utmost consideration, skilled and professional. Results were explained thoroughly and clear advice given. I like Dr Sarkar and would consult again if necessary with confidence.”

May 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


May 2019

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

P E Berger

“Very efficient service and care at the hospital”

May 2019

Service – ★★★★★

Philip Taylor

“Brilliant Service”

Service – ★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★

W Chambers

“Dr Sanchoy Sarkar is a friendly, approachable consultant who gave a good overview of his diagnosis, offered additional details where necessary. He made the procedure itself relaxed and as easy as possible. He was calm, professional and offered explanations throughout the procedure. An excellent all round service. ”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Victoria Spurole

“Mr Sarkar provided excellent quick consultations. Procedure was quick and painless. Would Highly Recommend. ”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

H Bennet

“Seen on time. Good Communication felt given time to answer questions”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Mr Williams

“Excellent service for preparation and surgery’”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Mrs Woan

“I find Dr Sarkar extremely adept at giving you confidence in what he is doing. Explaining where necessary as the procedure proceeds. I cannot believe his expertise could be improved upon. This this my second experience with Dr Sarkar and I appreciate his approach’”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Kenneth Merrett

“I was treated very courteously by Dr Sarkar and the staff at Spire Liverpool. I am very grateful that my treatment was organized so quickly. Thank you so much Dr Sarkar. I can’t believe how much better I feel after being treated so quickly by the staff at the Royal Hospital.”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

M Pearson

“Dr Sarkar is a terrific professional. He explains all of the issues clearly and sensitivity. I have absolute faith in him. The procedure was very professional and carried out with minimum fuss”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Anthony Coyne

“The procedure adopted by Dr Sarkar saved me from having to undergo bowel surgery. Skills were immaculate”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“I have rated the overall service as 5 stars because everything was explained exactly what to expect. I was dealt in a professional manor. The procedure was quick and painless with thanks to all who carried out the procedure.”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

S. Chadwick

“Service Excellent. Was able to see the consultant quickly and have the procedure quickly. All the staff was very nice and reassuring. The only minor negative was that I was sent something via email with a secure link and I was not able to open this on my computer so I never read it. Procedure was very comfortable. No negatives to the procedure I experienced, was able to have the procedure quickly with no discomfort Felt Dr Sarkar was very approachable and professional. Thank you”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Lucy Wigley

“Excellent care. Considerable time taken due to nature of the procedure, diagnosis and anxiety.Procedure- absolutely excellent. Put at ease. Procedure was painless and very little discomfort if any.”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★

Veronica Jones

“5 start service and speedy treatment.Consultant Mr Sarkar very professional and puts you at ease. Treatment options and procedure fully explained which helps a great deal at the consultation stage. Would highly recommend Mr Sarkar. Procedure- excellent. Endoscopy suite team were brilliant. Procedure over in 10 minutes. Sedation was great- no recollection of anything. If you have any worries about this procedure, please don’t worry- very safe hands looking after you!”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“Mr Sarkar provided excellent, quick consultations. I would highly recommend.”

Service – ★★★★★
Procedure – ★★★★★


“Dr Sarkar was very professional and courteous. I was treated with kindness and sensitivity during a very difficult time.”

Service – ★★★★★

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Useful Websites A to Z for Patient Help Groups and Information


Action on Addiction
An independent UK research charity dedicated to finding ways to prevent and treat nicotine, alcohol and drug abuse. The charity is mainly funded by the general public & funds research at the National Addiction Centre.

Addiction Related Websites
Addiction / Substance misuse related websites:-

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
A worldwide informal society of men and women who share a desire to stop drinking alcohol. Personal anonymity is assured.

Alpha-1 UK
An on-line mailing list to make contact with other people living with alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency in the UK.

Artificial Nutrition
Patients on Intravenous and Nasogastric Nutritional Therapy (PINNT)

Providers of homecare artificial nutrition:-


Barrett’s Oesophagus Foundation
A national charity dedicated to Barrett’s Oesophagus which has a patient support group for sufferers and their families (see PROBE).

Beating Bowel Cancer
A charity for bowel cancer patients, working to raise awareness of symptoms, promote early diagnosis and encourage open access to treatment choice for those affected by bowel cancer.

Bladder & Bowel Foundation
The UK’s leading charity providing information and support for people with bladder and bowel disorders their carers and families. Faecal incontinence, Diverticular Disease and Neurogenic Bowel Disorders are covered in detail.

Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (BCSP)
Comprehensive overview of the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (BCSP)

Bowel Cancer UK
A national charity for bowel cancer which aims to save lives by raising awareness, campaigning for best treatment and providing practical support and advice

British Liver Trust
A national charity which aims to inform, support and advise people on all aspects of liver disease.

British Porphyria Association 
An association which seeks to promote greater understanding of the condition amongst both healthcare professionals and the public.


Calea UK Limited
A private company who work in partnership with healthcare professionals to provide quality tailored artificial nutrition packages in the privacy and comfort of your own home.

Cancer Websites
General cancer related websites:

Specialist cancer websites:

Cancer Back Up
Macmillan affiliated website providing up to date information on all cancers as well as practical advice and support for cancer patients, their families and carers.

Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK is the largest charity in the UK. It is dedicated to research on the causes, treatment and prevention of cancer and also provides a wealth of information for patients and their families.

Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF)
This group provides emotional support to children and families affected by liver disease and funds medical research.

Providers of specialist home healthcare services for patients with long-term medical conditions including those on artificial nutrition.

Coeliac UK
A charity for people with coeliac disease and dematitis herpetiformis which aims to improve the lives of people living with the condition. They provide information to help sufferers manage their diet and research new treatments.

Coeliac Society

Colostomy Association
A charity which provides support, reassurance and practical information to anyone who may be about to have, or already has a colostomy. Support and advice is also provided for families and carers both before and after surgery.

CORE aims to fund research to prevent, cure or treat digestive disorders, provide information for sufferers, their families and friends and increase the knowledge of the symptoms of digestive disorders. A wide range of patient information leaflets are available.

Crohn’s Disease Websites

Crohn’s Organisation
A website resource for the management of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis designed to help both patients and healthcare professionals.

Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome Association (CVSA) UK
A registered charity providing information and supporting sufferers and their families affected by Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome.


Daily Strength
The largest health network of people sharing their treatment experiences and offering support for a multitude of medical problems (including non-alcoholic fatty liver disease).

Diverticular Disease – Including Diverticulitis


The Eosinophilic Disease Society (TEDS)
To provide support and the sharing of information to sufferers of gastrointestinal eosinophilic diseases


Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP) Websites

FAP Gene
GeneA comprehensive patient run site dedicated to Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP)


Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD) Websites
Living With Reflux

Gut Trust
A self-help organisation which is the only charity in the UK dedicated to supporting people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). Provides a free telephone helpline, staffed by specialist


Haemochromatosis Society UK
Provides help, support and information for those affected by this genetic iron overload disorder.

Hepatitis B Foundation UK
Raises awareness of hepatitis B, offers advice and support to patients and their carers, and campaigns on issues of interest to hepatitis B sufferers and workers.

Hepatitis C Centre
The UK Hepatitis C Resource Centre (UKHCRC) aims to provide information, support and advice to patients as well as healthcare professionals.

Hepatitis C Trust
Provides support, information and representation for people with Hepatitis C and also raises awareness of the disease.

Hospital To Home (H2H)
The Abbott Nutrition Hospital to Home (H2H) service is designed to help make the move from tube feeding in hospital to tube feeding at home or in the community easier. 

Hypnotherapy directory

This site provides a hypnotherapy support network, enabling patients to find a hypnotherapist close to them and appropriate for their needs.


An online service providing information and discussion on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Support Group (IA)
A UK registered charity whose primary aim is to help people who have to undergo surgery which involves the removal of their colon (known as a colectomy) and the creation of either an ileostomy or an ileo-anal pouch.

Incontinence (Bowel)

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD):Including Ulcerative Colitis & Crohn’s Disease

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)


Lactose Intolerance Websites
No Cow’s Milk For Me Thanks

Liver Disease Websites
General liver disease related websites:-

Specialist liver disease websites:

Liver Transplant Support

Living With Reflux


Macmillan Cancer Support
A registered charity who aim to support and improve the lives of all people living with cancer and their families and carers.

A charity that works across blood-borne viruses, drugs and sexual health to promote standards and access to related services.

Marie Curie Cancer Care
Marie Curie Nurses provide free nursing care to cancer patients and those with other terminal illnesses in their own homes. A range of patient information leaflets providing general health related information to people with cancer and a variety of support and information links are provided.

My Wave Length
A free, web-based support network where you can contact other people with the same cancer type as you or your relative or friend.


Narcotics Anonymous
A fellowship of recovering addicts who aim to help each other to stay clean. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using.

National Association for Colitis & Crohn’s Disease (NACC)
Offers support and information for those who have Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease, their families and friends and health professionals.

National Cancer Institute (NCI)
Detailed and comprehensive American website dedicated to cancer

NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (BCSP)
Comprehensive overview of the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (BCSP)

NHS Direct
NHS Direct is the online portal for NHS patients, giving information on the NHS itself plus guides to health and common illnesses.

NHS Hepatitis C Awareness
A site put together by the NHS to provide patients and healthcare professionals with information on Hepatitis C.

No Cow’s Milk For Me Thanks
The UK’s first site for people who are dairy allergic or lactose intolerant.


Obstetric Cholestasis Support (OCS)
Aims to provide support to mothers who have the condition and information to those who think they may have the condition.

A national cancer charity for people affected by oesophageal cancer.

Oesophageal Cancer Websites

Oesophageal Patients Association (OPA)
A registered charity aimed at supporting patients and their families with newly diagnosed oesophageal and gastric cancer through engagement with former sufferers of these conditions.


Pancreatic Cancer UK
The only national charity dedicated to pancreatic cancer funding research and providing support to patients and their families.

Pancreatitis Supporters’ Network
Aims to educate patients and the general public about pancreatitis and emphasise the importance of treatment by a specalist in the field.

Patients Association
A charitable organisation providing patients with an opportunity to raise concerns and share experiences of healthcare and by working with healthcare providers improving services.

Patients on Intravenous and Nasogastric Nutritional Therapy (PINNT)
Aims to help patients, carers and healthcare professionals to understand intravenous and nasogastric nutritional therapy and to provide contact between patients undergoing these treatments.

Patient Support & Research Into Barrett’s Oesophagus (PROBE)
The patient support network of the Barrett’s Oesophagus Foundation.

Patient UK
Free, up-to-date health information aimed at patients.

Polyposis Registry
The Polyposis Registry at St. Mark’s Hospital, London provides information and support for families with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis in the UK.

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC) Foundation UK Ltd
A charity which provides help, support and information for PBC sufferers, their families and friends.

Primary Sclerosing  Cholangitis (PSC) Support
Aims to support patients suffering from PSC by providing information on the condition and to help PSC sufferers keep in touch.


Reflux Disease Websites
Living With Reflux


Self-Help Addiction Recovery Programme (SHARP): Liverpool
A therapeutic haven for addiction recovery based in Liverpool city centre.

SALTS Healthcare
Salts Healthcare is a provider of user friendly stoma care products designed to promote quality of life.


Telangiectasia Self-Help Group
A self-help group which maintains a register of sufferers and facilitates contact between affected families.

Transplant Support Network (TSN)
A nationwide network of volunteer transplant patients and their carers who provide local support (usually over the telephone) for others coping with solid organ transplants and mechanical implants.


Ulcerative Colitis Websites

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