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The bowel cancer screening test is for people aged 60 to 74 and is a test you can do at home.
If your test comes back with an abnormal result, you will be offered a colonoscopy to check for signs of bowel cancer.
Our endoscopy units at Royal Derby Hospital, Queen's Hospital Burton and Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital are all JAG accreditated, meaning that the units have demonstrated competence to deliver against the criteria set out in the national JAG standards.
Our team consists of screening practitioners (SSPs) and screening accredited consultant colonoscopists. We also work closely with the radiology department, colorectal team and histopathology service.
Bowel Screening Clinics
Nearest entrance: Main entrance
Nearest car park: 1 and 8
Nearest entrance: Main entrance or 24
Nearest car park: 1 and 8 (Main entrance), 7 (Entrance 24)
Telephone: 01332 786 429