Welcome to the The Victorian Gut Centre
Melbourne’s Premier Comprehensive Gastrointestinal Centre, located in Bundoora. We offer high quality Gastroenterology services in a state-of-the-art facility. Client care and integrity is our priority. You can find more details about our endoscopy services on our About Page.
Quality Gastroenterology Services
A warm and caring professional atmosphere in a modern, state-of-the-art facility.
We will book you in as soon as possible, on a day and time that is convenient for you.
First-class Client-centred Medical Care
The colonoscopy and gastroscopy services we provide, are delivered with the highest degree of care and integrity.
High Quality and Excellent Care
The Victorian Gut Centre is a full-service Gastrointestinal diagnostic centre, located north of Melbourne, in Bundoora. We provide high-quality, effective and affordable Gastrointestinal Endoscopy by certified specialists.
We are pleased to offer direct access Gastroscopy and Colonoscopy services. Most people can be booked directly for their procedure without a prior consultation. Please contact our reception staff if you have any enquiries regarding our open access Endoscopy and Gastroscopy services.
Under light anaesthetic sedation, gastroscopy examines the inside of your food passage (oesophagus), stomach and duodenum (first part of the small intestine), using a thin, flexible fibre optic scope. Gastroscopy is used to diagnose swallowing problems, heart burn, gastritis, stomach ulcers, and Coeliac disease amongst other things.Read more
Under light anaesthetic sedation, colonoscopy involves assessment of the rectum, colon (large bowel) and terminal ileum (end of the small bowel), using a thin, flexible fibre optic scope. The examination allows your specialist to diagnose polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, haemorrhoids and bowel cancer.Read more
A procedure in which iron is delivered directly into the body via a small canula, into the vein, in the setting of iron deficiency.Read more
A flexible sigmoidoscopy evaluates the lower part of the large intestine (colon) and rectum using a fibre optic scope under anaesthetic sedation.Read more