Gastroenterology &
Hepatology Center

  • Room 2006, 20/F, Crawford House 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Central Gastroenterology & Hepatology Center

Service Pricing

We can provide the following services

Ultrasound Examination

Ultrasound scans use high frequency sound waves to capture images and video of the inside of the body. It can be used to check the major organs in the abdominal cavity. These organs include the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and spleen, etc.

Our clinic provides ultrasound scans for patients.

Service Fee $1000 ( w.e.f. 11 March 2022)

Gastroscopy ( w.e.f. 11 March 2022)

Endoscopy Center ( In Central)  
no polyp or biopsy $7800
with polyp or biopsy $8800

Packages Include 
– Doctor’s fee 
– IV sedation
– Report with photos
– Facility fee
– Pathology fee
– Helicobacter pylori testing (CLOTEST)
– Equipment fee.

Optional: Monitored anesthetic sedation by anesthetist $1800

Endoscopy or other services at private hospital
Varies according to different hospitals, please contact us


Colonoscopy ( w.e.f. 11 March 2022)

Endoscopy Centre ( In central)
no polyp or biopsy $9,800
1-3 polyps or biopsies $11,800
4-9 polyps or biopsies $12,800
10 or more polyps or biopsies $13,800

Hemorrhoid rubber band ligation $3,800

Packages include 
–  IV sedation
– Doctor’s fee 
– Report with photos
– Facility fee
– Equipment fee
– Pathology fee 

Optional: Monitored anesthetic sedation by anesthetist $2200

Endoscopy or other services at private hospital
Varies according to different hospitals, please contact us


Colorectal Cancer Screening

The Government’s Colorectal Cancer Screening Programme subsidises asymptomatic Hong Kong residents aged between 50 and 75 to receive screening service in private sector for prevention of colorectal cancer.

Participants will first take a Faecal Occult Blood Test (FOBT) that can detect small amounts of blood in stool, even if they are invisible to the naked eye. If there is blood, colonoscopy will be arranged to remove polyps, if any, to prevent them from developing into cancer.

For more details, please click here.



ERCP is a procedure which allows the doctor to pass an endoscope (a flexible tube) through your mouth, stomach and duodenum to examine the bile duct and/or pancreatic duct. It can diagnose lesions of pancreatic and bile ducts (e.g. gallstone, tumour etc). Doctor can use instrument to remove bile duct stones (if necessary) and place a plastic tube to relieve bile duct obstruction.


Single balloon enteroscopy is a new endoscopy system. It is longer than ordinary endoscope. With the help of the overtube which is equipped with an inflated balloon at the tip, could help to advance the scope to the deeper part of the small bowel to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedure.


Capsule Endoscopy (CE)

Capsule endoscopy is a simple and non-invasive procedure that uses a tiny wireless camera to take pictures of your small intestine. The camera sits inside a capsule, slightly larger than an oral pill, and swallowed. Photos are taken as the capsule travels through your digestive tract and wirelessly transmitted to a receiver in vitro.
Patients with the following conditions would need the examination(s):

• Unexplained gastrointestinal bleeding
• Intestinal Crohn’s disease, ulcer, protein loss enteropathy
• Small bowel tumors or polyps

Endoscopic ultrasonography

Endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) is now widely used in the diagnosis of esophagus, stomach, gallbladder and pancreas diseases. It is particularly useful in the diagnosis of tumors and staging of cancers of the various organs mentioned above. An examination that encompasses both the functions of an endoscopy and an ultrasound, EUS assists doctors in reaching accurate diagnoses through minute inspection of the internal organs where tissue diagnosis may also be obtained using ultrasound guidance.

Esophageal pH monitoring

Esophageal pH monitoring is a test used to evaluate for gastroesophageal reflux disease and to determine the effectiveness of medications that prevent acid reflux. This test measures the amount of acid refluxing or backing up from the stomach into the esophagus (food pipe).

1) Catheter-based esophageal pH monitoring: A thin wire-sized plastic catheter is passed into one nostril, down the back of the throat, and into the esophagus as the patient swallows. The catheter contains one or two pH sensor that senses acid.

2) Wireless, capsule esophageal pH monitoring:  Monitoring esophageal pH can also be performed with Bravo pH monitoring which uses a capsule that is attached to the esophageal lining. The capsule is approximately the size of an eraser on a pencil. The capsule contains an acid sensing probe, a battery, and a transmitter.

Esophageal Manometry

Esophageal Manometry is a test that provides information regarding the muscle function of the upper and lower esophageal sphincters as well as peristalsis. Common indications are difficulty in swallowing and non-specific chest pain

Intestinal microbiota test

There are approximately 1000 types and about 100 trillion intestinal bacteria in the gut, and as a whole, these bacteria are called the intestinal flora or microbiota.

Intestinal bacteria can be broadly classified into three categories: helpful bacteria, harmful bacteria, and opportunistic bacteria. Helpful bacteria suppresses the overgrowth of the harmful bacteria to maintain the balance of intestinal flora and maintains good health. However, the overall balance of intestinal flora varies depending on various factors including aging, diet, stress, medications, and bacterial infections.

The relationship between an unbalanced intestinal microbiota and various diseases has been elucidated, and investigating your intestinal microbiota can be helpful to understand the current status of your intestinal environment and to improve your overall health through diet and lifestyle habits.


Gastrointestinal Diseases , Liver Diseases, Internal Medical Diseases

Please contact 23888430 for more details.

Emergency Consultation : Canossa Hospital