Associate Professor Rupert Leong is a gastroenterologist at Macquarie University Hospital and Director of Endoscopy at Concord Hospital. 98123880Assoc Prof Rupert Leong is a medical specialist who provides state-of-the-art treatments for inflammatory bowel diseases and conducts complex endoscopic advanced imaging procedures in Sydney. He has over 100 peer-reviewed publications on gastroenterology and endoscopy and has been awarded national and international prizes and research grants. His research interests include inflammatory bowel diseases and epidemiology.Prof Leong is available for Rapid Access Endoscopy (gastroscopy and colonoscopy) - please call 98123880 for further information. For information on research and donations please contact Concord Hospital on 9767 5553.
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