Eccleshill Treatment Centre, Harrogate Rd, Bradford
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Westcliffe Healthcare Innovations was established in August 2014 based at Eccleshill Treatment Centre to deliver Consultant led high quality Endoscopy Services to NHS patients  in Bradford and Leeds. 

Here at Eccleshill Treatment Centre we offer a safe and friendly environment that is calm and welcoming. Our staff are experts in their field and will offer a supportive, friendly professional approach to your care.

At Eccleshill Treatment Centre we have ample free car parking and is easy to get to either by car or public transport.

We are a Sister organisation of the Westcliffe Medical Practice and as a result have a legacy of experience in delivery services in a patient-focused and efficient way using the skills and knowledge available through their experience.

The service has been developed in a clean modern environment that has the comfort and satisfaction of the patient at its heart, providing a safe effective service.

Upper GI Endoscopy

An upper GI endoscopy (gastroscopy) is a procedure that uses an endoscope—a small, flexible tube with a light—to see the lining of the upper GI tract, (the stomach).
A gastroscopy is not usually painful, although it may feel uncomfortable. However, you may be given a local anaesthetic to numb a specific area of your body. This may be in the form of a spray to numb your throat, or you may also be offered a sedative, which makes you feel more relaxed and less aware of what is going on around you.

Colonoscopy

Colonoscopy is a procedure where a long, flexible, narrow tube with a light and tiny camera on one end, called a colonoscope or scope, is used to look inside your rectum and large bowel.

Colonoscopy can also show irritated and swollen tissue, ulcers, polyps and cancers. It’s also used for cancer screening, to find early changes in the bowel lining enabling you a better chance of better chance of curing the disease

Flexible Sigmoidoscopy

Flexible sigmoidoscopy is a test that uses a flexible, narrow tube with a light and tiny camera on one end, called a sigmoidoscope or scope, to look inside the rectum and the lower, or sigmoid, colon.

Flexible sigmoidoscopy can show irritated or swollen tissue, ulcers, and polyps—extra pieces of tissue that grow on the inner lining of the intestine. During the procedure, the doctor may take biopsies for the lab.

All our services are governed by the current professional guidelines and regulations, meeting all appropriate clinical governance and quality assurance criteria as required by the NHS and other professional bodies.  This is in place and monitored to ensure and demonstrate to patients and partner organisations that we have a system for assurance of the highest standards of treatment and care.