Dr Raghu Gill - Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Advanced Endoscopist
For Appointments & Enquiries:
Phone: 1300 898 632
Fax: 1300 898 691


Welcome to the practice of Dr Raghu Gill, an experienced specialist in all aspects of adult Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Advanced Endoscopy. Dr Gill specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the digestive tract, pancreas and the liver.

At Dr Gill's rooms we provide our patients with a warm and welcoming environment. Dr Gill will help you understand your condition and explain available treatment options. He uses the latest in endoscopic equipment and techniques to examine and treat problems of the digestive tract. Please take time to explore our website which has a wide range of information for our patients.

All privately performed procedures with Dr Raghu Gill, including anaesthetic and pathology fees, are strictly ‘NO GAP’.

Dr Gill is dedicated to the North West Sydney and looks forward to caring for his patients.

If you would like to make an appointment, please call us on 1300 898 632.


Dr Gill treats the following conditions and offers the following services:


At your consultation, Dr Gill will review your medical history, conduct an examination, and make recommendations for your care and treatment. He will also determine what medical examinations and/or procedures, if any, are appropriate. Dr Gill provides out-patient consultation at The Specialist Medical Centre at Norwest, Baulkham Hills, and Macquarie Towns Specialist Centre, Richmond.

Bowel Cancer Screening

People who receive a positive screening result will generally be referred for a colonoscopy. A key advantage of this technique is that it allows both imaging of abnormal findings and also therapy or removal of these lesions during the same examination. Finding bowel cancer before symptoms develop dramatically improves the chance of survival. Identifying and removing polyps before they become cancerous actually prevents the development of bowel cancer.

Oesophageal diseases

Gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms such as heartburn, bloating and indigestion/dyspepsia are common in the community. Diseases and conditions of the oesophagus and stomach require advanced diagnostics, experienced gastroenterologist and careful counseling and explanation for effective treatment. Dr Gill offers treatment for Oesophageal conditions including Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GORD), achalasia, barrett's oesophagus and eosinophilic oesophagitis

Diseases of the Pancreas

Conditions affecting the pancreas and biliary tract can be life threatening and often difficult to diagnose. Dr Gill will listen carefully to your symptoms, ask appropriate questions and order tests to accurately diagnose your condition and provide a treatment plan for you. He treats conditions including acute and chronic pancreatitis, autoimmune pancreatitis, hereditary pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, pancreatic cysts

Diagnostic and
Therapeutic Endoscopy

The first step to successful treatment is an accurate diagnosis. Diagnosing a digestive disorder is complex because symptoms are often nonspecific. However, Dr Gill is an expert in this field and has extensive experience diagnosing these conditions. Dr Gill also performs specialty procedures to diagnose certain gastrointestinal disorders. These include colonoscopy, gastroscopy, enteral stents, banding of oesophageal varices, small bowel enteroscopy, and endoscopic treatment for gastrointestinal bleeding


Gastrointestinal infections are viral, bacterial or parasitic infections that cause gastroenteritis, an inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract involving both the stomach and the small intestine. Symptoms include diarrhea, vomiting, and abdominal pain. Gastrointestinal infections can be caused by a large number of microorganisms, including Adenovirus, Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, Escherichia coli, Helicobacter pylori, Rotavirus, Salmonella and Shigella. Dr Gill offers treatment for Gastrointestinal infections.


The liver is the largest solid organ in the body and serves the critical function of cleaning the blood and providing other metabolic functions. Diseases of the liver and biliary system are caused by viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections, neoplasia, toxic chemicals, alcohol consumption, poor nutrition and metabolic disorders. Dr Gill offers effective treatment and management of these conditions.

Inflammatory bowel

IBD develops due to inflammation in the intestine which can result in bleeding, fever, elevation of the white blood cell count, as well as diarrhea and cramping abdominal pain. The abnormalities in IBD can usually be visualized by cross-sectional imaging (for instance a CT scan) or colonoscopy. Dr Gill offers treatment for these conditions including Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, microscopic colitis and pouchitis

Dr Raghu Gill

Dr Raghu Gill

Dr Gill is an Interventional Endoscopist with extensive clinical experience in the endoscopic diagnosis and management of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. His clinical practice is enhanced by his interest in evidence based treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, the bile duct, the pancreas and the liver. He has published widely and participated in research covering a wide spectrum of gastroenterology and liver related diseases and their outcomes.

Dr Gill undertook his physicians training at the Royal North Shore (RNS) Hospital and Gastroenterology fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital. He went on to complete an Advanced Fellowship in ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio Pancreatography), EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound) and Interventional Endoscopy at the premier Duke University Hospital in North Carolina (U.S.A) which is ranked among the best in the country; he was also a Faculty member at Duke University Hospital until his return to Sydney.

Dr Gill is a member of the Gastroenterological Society of Australia (GESA); and a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP).

Special Interests / Areas of Research:

  • Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Iron deficiency anaemia, Reflux, and Coeliac disease.
  • Endoscopic screening of: Barrett’s oesophagus, pancreatic cysts, pancreatic cancer screening, bowel cancer screening.
  • Endoscopic diagnosis, staging and treatment for gastrointestinal cancer including: oesophageal cancer, gastric (stomach) cancer, bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma), pancreatic cancer and bowel cancer.
  • Interventional endoscopy including advanced imaging, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), ERCP, radiofrequency ablation (RFA), endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR).

Languages Spoken:

Dr Gill is fluent in English, Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu.



A colonoscopy (koe-lun-OS-kuh-pee) is an exam used to detect changes or abnormalities in the large intestine (colon) and rectum.

During a colonoscopy, a long, flexible tube (colonoscope) is inserted into the rectum. A tiny video camera at the tip of the tube allows the doctor to view the inside of the entire colon.

If necessary, polyps or other types of abnormal tissue can be removed through the scope during a colonoscopy. Tissue samples (biopsies) can be taken during a colonoscopy as well.

Why It's Done

Your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy to:
  • Investigate intestinal signs and symptoms. A colonoscopy can help your doctor explore possible causes of abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea and other intestinal problems.
  • Screen for bowel cancer. If you're age 50 or older and at average risk of bowel cancer — you have no bowel cancer risk factors other than age — your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy to screen for bowel cancer. Colonoscopy is one option for bowel cancer screening. Talk with your doctor about your options.
  • Look for more polyps. If you have had polyps before, your doctor may recommend a follow-up colonoscopy to look for and remove any additional polyps. This is done to reduce your risk of bowel cancer.


Gastroscopy is a procedure used to visually examine your upper digestive system with a tiny camera on the end of a long, flexible tube. A specialist in diseases of the digestive system (gastroenterologist) uses an endoscopy to diagnose and, sometimes, treat conditions that affect the oesophagus, stomach and beginning of the small intestine (duodenum).

Why It's Done

An upper endoscopy is used to diagnose and, sometimes, treat conditions that affect the upper part of your digestive system, including the oesophagus, stomach and beginning of the small intestine (duodenum).

Your doctor may recommend a gastroscopy to:
  • Investigate symptoms. An endoscopy may help your doctor determine what's causing digestive signs and symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, difficulty swallowing and gastrointestinal bleeding.
  • Diagnose. Your doctor may use an endoscopy to collect tissue samples (biopsy) to test for diseases and conditions, such as anemia, bleeding, inflammation, diarrhea or cancers of the digestive system.
  • Treat. Your doctor can pass special tools through the endoscope to treat problems in your digestive system, such as burning a bleeding vessel to stop bleeding, widening a narrow oesophagus, clipping off a polyp or removing a foreign object.

An endoscopy is sometimes combined with other procedures, such as an ultrasound. An ultrasound probe may be attached to the endoscope to create specialized images of the wall of your oesophagus or stomach. An endoscopic ultrasound may also help your doctor create images of hard-to-reach organs, such as your pancreas. Newer endoscopes use high-definition video to provide clearer images.

Many endoscopes allow your doctor to use technology called narrow band imaging, which uses special light to help better detect precancerous conditions, such as Barrett's oesophagus.

Capsule Endoscopy

Capsule Endoscopy

Capsule endoscopy is a procedure that uses a tiny wireless camera to take pictures of your digestive tract. A capsule endoscopy camera sits inside a vitamin-size capsule you swallow. As the capsule travels through your digestive tract, the camera takes thousands of pictures that are transmitted to a recorder you wear on a belt around your waist.

Capsule endoscopy helps doctors see inside your small intestine — an area that isn't easily reached with more-traditional endoscopy procedures. Traditional endoscopy involves passing a long, flexible tube equipped with a video camera down your throat or through your rectum.

Why It's Done

Your doctor might recommend a capsule endoscopy procedure to:
  • Find the cause of gastrointestinal bleeding. If you have unexplained bleeding in your digestive tract, capsule endoscopy can help find the cause.
  • Iron deficiency anaemia. It can assist in detecting small bowel lesions likely to cause iron deficiency anemia.
  • Diagnose inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn's disease. Capsule endoscopy can reveal areas of inflammation in the small intestine.
  • Diagnose cancer. Capsule endoscopy can show tumors in the small intestine or other parts of the digestive tract.
  • Diagnose celiac disease. Capsule endoscopy is sometimes used in diagnosing and monitoring this immune reaction to eating gluten.
  • Screen for polyps. People who have inherited syndromes that can cause polyps in the small intestine might occasionally undergo capsule endoscopy.
  • Do follow-up testing after X-rays or other imaging tests. If results of an imaging test are unclear or inconclusive, your doctor might recommend a capsule endoscopy to get more information.

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)

ERCP, or endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, is a procedure that examines the tubes that drain the liver, gallbladder and pancreas. The test combines the use of a flexible, lighted scope (endoscope) with X-ray pictures.

It is used to provide important information that cannot typically be obtained by other diagnostic examinations such as an abdominal ultrasound, CT scan or MRI.

Why It's Done

Your doctor might recommend an ERCP to:
  • Remove or crush gallstones. Remove gallstones from the common bile duct if they are causing problems. These may include a blockage (obstruction), inflammation or infection of the common bile duct (cholangitis), or pancreatitis.
  • Check persistent abdominal pain or jaundice.
  • Open the entry of the ducts into the bowel
  • Stretch out narrow segments Open a narrowed bile duct or insert a drain.
  • Take tissue samples. Get a tissue sample for further testing (biopsy).
  • Drain blocked areas
  • Measure the pressure inside the bile ducts (manometry).

Endoscopic Ultrasound (EUS)

Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) is a minimally invasive procedure to assess digestive (gastrointestinal) and lung diseases. A special endoscope uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of the lining and walls of your digestive tract and chest, nearby organs such as the pancreas and liver, and lymph nodes

When combined with a procedure called fine-needle aspiration, EUS allows your doctor to sample (biopsy) fluid and tissue from your abdomen or chest for analysis. EUS with fine-needle aspiration can be a minimally invasive alternative to exploratory surgery.

EUS techniques are also used in certain treatments, such as draining pseudocysts

Why It's Done

EUS is used to find the cause of symptoms such as abdominal pain, to determine the extent of diseases in your digestive tract, and to evaluate findings from imaging tests such as a CT scan or MRI.

EUS may help in the evaluation of:

  • Cancer of the colon, esophagus, pancreas or stomach, and ampullary and rectal cancers
  • Lymphoma
  • Barrett's esophagus
  • Neuroendocrine tumors
  • Pancreatitis and pancreatic cysts
  • Bile duct stones

EUS can help:

  • Assess how deeply a tumor penetrates your abdominal wall in esophageal, gastric, rectal and pancreatic cancers
  • Determine the extent (stage) of cancer, if present
  • Determine if cancer has spread (metastasized) to your lymph nodes or other organs
  • Evaluate abnormal findings from imaging tests, such as cysts of the pancreas
  • Guide drainage of pseudocysts and other abnormal collections of fluid in the abdomen
  • Permit precise targeting for delivering medication directly into the pancreas, liver and other organs

For Patients

Frequently Asked Questions

A Gastroenterologist is a doctor who has dedicated training and unique experience in the management of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver. A Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist diagnoses and treats disorders of the pancreas, liver, gallbladder, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and colon.
  • Referral letter from your GP or other doctor
  • Medicare card, DVA card, Pension card, Healthcare card
  • Private Health Insurance card
  • Copies of any imaging or pathology you have had in the last 6 months
  • A list of all medications that you are currently taking
  • A list of any known drug allergies and the symptoms you may have from taking these medicines
Your medical file is handled with the utmost respect for your privacy. Our staff are bound by strict confidentiality requirements as a condition of employment regarding your medical records.
Ordinarily we will not release the contents of your medical file without your consent. Communication will undertaken with your GP, and if other specialists need to be involved in your care, relevant details will be passed to them, but you will be asked about this beforehand.
Dr Gill accepts only referred patients. This is to ensure that the specialist you are seeing is appropriate for you and your condition.
No, private health insurance cannot be used to cover part of the consultation cost. There is a Medicare rebate for the consultation but this does not cover all of the consultation cost.
Your first appointment with Dr Gill will entail you discussing your particular concern or problem with him. He may do a physical examination as well as ask you questions. You may be sent for further tests and be asked to return for follow up. The result of your appointment(s) will be a diagnosis being made and appropriate treatment being offered and explained fully to you.


Dr Gill's consulting rooms are located at:

    • Level 2, Suite 207, 10 Norbrik Drive, Bella Vista NSW 2153

    • 41 March Street, Richmond NSW 2753

Dr Gill has admitting rights and conducts procedures at:


Dr Raghu Gill

Address: Level 2, Suite 207, 10 Norbrik Drive, Bella Vista NSW 2153

Country: Australia

Phone: 1300 898 632

Fax: 1300 898 691

Email: reception@westernsydneygastro.com.au

Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians
Gastroenterological Society of Australia
Lakeview Private Hospital
Norwest Private Hospital
Duke University Hospital