The Diagnostic Endoscopy Centre has not been effected by the NSW Government guideline to cease elective surgery announced on 7th January 2022.
As a day-only procedure centre, we are permitted to continue to treat our patients.
For patients undergoing procedures:
You must provide us with evidence of your negative rapid antigen test result (completed within 24 hours of your appointment). Failure to provide us with a current test result may result in your appointment being rescheduled. We have limited capacity to perform rapid antigen testing on site if required. Please STAY AT HOME from the time of testing until your scheduled appointment. Face masks are required at all times. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you - we are doing this to protect you, other patients and our staff.
Please contact our reception staff on 8382 6622 or or our nursing staff on 8382 6615 if you have any queries
Changes to Government guidelines, Public Health orders and infection control guidelines for Covid-19 may result in changes to our admission policy from time to time. Our staff will advise you prior to your attendance of any changes (e.g. the need to wear a mask during your attendance or pre-appointment testing requirements).
Our doctors offer the option of telehealth (via video) consultations as well as face to face consultations to suit your personal needs.
If you have any symptoms on the day of your appointment or you have been in contact with a Covid 19 positive or suspected Covid 19 positive person please do not attend your appointment. Please telephone our staff on 8382 6622 or email to book or reschedule an appointment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find out the answers to Diagnostic Endoscopy Centre’s most frequently asked questions.

What should I bring with me when I come for my endoscopy?
  • A referral from your GP
  • Your insurance information
  • Any recent blood test results or imaging reports
  • A completed Medical History form ( if you have not already returned one to us)
  • A list of the current medications you are taking including any known medication allergies
How long will I be at the clinic for?

Please allow 2 – 3 hours from the time you arrive at the clinic. Procedure times can vary from patient to patient.

Will I see a Doctor before I go home?

Your clinician will see you before you are discharged to discuss the findings of your test and to organise and follow up appointments if required.

Can I drive myself home?

The IV sedation given during your test can affect your judgement and reflexes. It is for this reason that you will be considered legally impaired and are not permitted to drive for a minimum of 12 hours after having your procedure. For your safety you must have a responsible adult come to the clinic and escort you home.

Can I catch public transport?

You cannot catch public transport home unless you are accompanied by a responsible adult. This is for your safety and that of fellow travellers.

Can I go to work after my procedure?

We advise that you keep the day of your procedure free to recover. You must not drive a motor vehicle, operate any form of machinery or make any important decisions for the rest of the day. You should be fine to resume normal activities including work and exercise by the following day.

Can I get a medical certificate for taking time off for the procedure?

Yes, the admitting nurse will ask if either you or your carer requires a medical certificate for the day of your procedure. This will be given to you on discharge from the clinic.

What should I wear?
  • Loose, comfortable clothing and non-slip shoes
  • Make-up should be kept to a minimum. Excess eye makeup can cause irritation to the eyes.
  • Valuables including jewellery should be left at home. We do not accept any responsibility for loss or damage of your valuables.
Health Fund Information

The Diagnostic Endoscopy Centre has contractual arrangements with most health funds for accommodation and theatre fees.