Why have colonoscopy & Gastroscopy at the same time?

The procedure involves a flexible tube (colonoscope) inserted through the rectum so it can view the inside of the large bowel (colon). This tube transmits images to a screen where signs of a medical condition can be seen.

The colonoscope is about half the thickness of an electrical cord, with a camera and light, for viewing the bowel up-close and in detail. It is flexible and can be turned around curves, allowing it to travel through the entire length of the colon.

Gastroscopy involves using a thin flexible tube (endoscope) to examine the upper digestive tract, usually to look for ulcers or polyps. A colonoscopy procedure involves a flexible tube (colonoscope) inserted through the rectum so it can view the inside of the large bowel (colon). This tube transmits images to a screen where signs of a medical condition can be seen. Getting both done at the same time can give you a full diagnosis of your entire digestive tract.

Colonoscopy & Colonoscopy

Public Wait Time can be up to

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The Public health system nationally has a maximum wait time for this procedure

Colonoscopy & Gastroscopy at the same time = SURGERY DETAILS

Who is Colonoscopy & Gastroscopy surgery for?

A Colonoscopy is for anyone with unexplained changes in bowel habits or a family history of chronic bowel disease or bowel cancer.

A Gastroscopy is for anyone with chronic indigestion, nausea, or difficulty swallowing — and whose doctor detects or suspects inflammation of the stomach caused by an ulcer or polyp.

What are the benefits?

The benefit for having a Colonoscopy is that you’ll be able to identify the cause of any gut-related issues like unexpected weight loss or anal bleeding; and even catch bowel cancer early and eradicate it.

The benefits for having a Gastroscopy include:

  • investigate symptoms such as indigestion, nausea, or difficulty swallowing.
  • to show if there is inflammation, an ulcer or a polyp or other growth.
  • to treat conditions, such as bleeding ulcers,
  • to widen a narrow oesophagus (known as dilatation), or to remove a foreign body.
  • Doctors can take tissue samples (biopsies) of anything unusual they see, and can remove polyps.

What happens During Surgery?

A Colonoscopy can take 25 – 45 minutes. Most people have a mild anaesthetic to minimise any pain or discomfort.

Gastroscopies take 15 – 30 minutes. Most people have a mild local anaesthetic to minimise any pain or discomfort.

How long will I stay in hospital?

You will go home the same day.

What is my recovery time?

You should make a full recovery within one day.

Self Pay Surgery Costs for Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy at the same time

Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy Self Pay Surgery Package includes
Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy Self Pay Price 

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SURGERY - criteria

Do you qualify for This Self Pay Procedure?

You are suitable for this surgery if:

  • You have a Body Mass Index under 40
  • You are over 16 years of age
  • You are not pregnant
  • You do not require complex rehabilitation or have a chronic disease that would require immediate post-operative care in an intensive care unit
  • You do not have sickle cell anaemia, renal failure or have had a cardiac arrest or cardiac intervention (e.g. insertions of stents) in the last six months

How it works

Welcome to Self Pay!

Get in touch with Us

Our friendly team is on hand to answer any questions you might have, and explain our self pay solution to you before you start. We’ll make sure you have all the information you need.

Step 1

Speak to your GP

Get your referral

Before you come to see us, speak to your GP or other healthcare professional (e.g. dentist) and ask for an open referral letter.

Step 2

We book your appointment

Consultation booking

Once you have decided you would like to meet your surgeon, we will arrange your first consultation.

Step 3

Visit your specialist

Meet your surgeon

Your specialist will discuss treatment options with you and explain any diagnostic tests you might need as part of your individual care package.

Step 4

Surgery Booking

Book your treatment

You will be given a surgery time with very little wait. Payment is made before you start your treatment.

Step 5

Paying for your surgery


Payment for your surgery is due once you receive your booking and have accepted and signed your surgery quote. We accept bank cheque, Mastercard, Visa or EFTPOS. Please note that all credit card transactions will incur a 1.5% surcharge.

Step 6

Self Pay Surgery

Have your surgery

Unlike public hospitals, you're going to get in to have your surgery as quickly as the surgeon can do it.

Step 7

Recovery time

Return home after surgery

We will inform you of your expected recovery time and anything to watch out for.

Step 8

Post surgery appointment

Follow up with your surgeon

We will give you an appointment time and date to follow up with your surgeon, at their consulting rooms. This consultation is included in your Self Pay Surgery Package.

Step 9

Enjoy your health

Get your life back on track

We’ll take care of the rest, leaving you to focus on treatment and recovery while our professional medical teams deliver your personalised care.

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