Dr Chris Groves


Chris Groves trained at the London Hospital in Whitechapel and in gastroenterology with general internal medicine in the NW Thames region. A clinical research fellowship at the Cancer Research UK Colorectal Unit at St. Mark's Hospital led to an interest in familial colonic polyps and cancer and enabled him to become experienced in endoscopy and polypectomy. He then trained in pancreatic and biliary diseases and ERCP before he took a position as Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist at St. George's Hospital.

His interests include general medicine and gastroenterology, familial bowel cancer and intestinal polyps. He is an accredited provider of colonoscopy for the national bowel cancer screening program. His teaching commitments include endoscopy courses at St George's Hospital, now a National Endoscopy Training Centre. He is an assessor of colonoscopy technique at national level. He is responsible for developing endoscopic ultrasound at St George's Hospital and is a member of the hepatobiliary team running the ERCP service for the SW Thames area.

Dr Chris Groves Consults at: Parkside Hospital Wimbledon; Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge.