Dr Bob Grover qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1996 and obtained a First Class honours BSc during his medical school training. After extensive training in Gastroenterology, General Medicine and Hepatology at teaching and district general hospitals across North West London, Dr Grover was awarded a competitive Royal College of Physicians Fellowship to train towards a PhD. He was a clinical research fellow at Imperial College London and was awarded his thesis in 2010 for his work on Brain Imaging in Liver disease.
He has presented his work at International meetings and published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr Grover then undertook further training in advanced Hepatology at the Internationally-renowned King’s College Hospital Liver Unit and St Mary’s Hospital and was awarded sub-specialty accreditation in Hepatology. Dr Grover is a full-time Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and General Physician at Hillingdon and Mount Vernon Hospitals.
He looks after NHS in and outpatients with gastroenterological and liver conditions. He is the clinical lead for the Trust’s Alcohol strategy and runs the service for treatment of patients with hepatitis. He also provides endoscopy services to both in and out patients, performing over 1000 NHS colonoscopies and gastroscopies per year and is an accredited colonoscopy trainer. Additionally he provides emergency out-of-hours endoscopy cover to both Hillingdon and the Harefield Hospitals.
Dr Grover’s private practice reflects his NHS practice at both Bishops Wood Hospital and the Clementine Churchill Hospital. He performs outpatient clinics every week, seeing new and follow-up patients with acute and chronic gastroenterological and liver conditions. He will also perform gastroscopy and colonoscopy tests when indicated. He strives to provide a compassionate, high quality, safe and efficient service to all of his patients.
- Upper GI endoscopy
- Sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy
- General gastroenterology
- Upper GI symptoms - dyspepsia and dysphagia
- Lower GI symptoms - change in bowel habit and diarrhoea
- General hepatology
- Viral hepatitis
- Chronic liver disease
- Royal College of Physicians
- British Association for Study of the Liver
- British Medical Association
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