Welcome to mercyascot endoscopy

MercyAscot Endoscopy was the first private endoscopy clinic to be opened in New Zealand. Backed by world-class nurses and services, our clinics provide a full range of endoscopy services from diagnostic through to therapeutic, interventional and palliative treatments.

Leading endoscopists choose MercyAscot Endoscopy for good reason - we provide outstanding care for patients and relentless focus on quality through ongoing and rigorous auditing.

One of the clinics is situated in Epsom on the Mercy Hospital site and the other on Auckland's North Shore in Takapuna.

Our Procedures


Gastroscopy is a visual examination of the lining of the oesophagus, stomach and duodenum (first part of your intestine).



Colonoscopy is a visual examination of the lining of your large bowel (colon) with sedation.



ERCP is a technique used to study the ducts (drainage routes) of the gall bladder, pancreas and liver (bile ducts). 


PEG Insertion

A Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) is the procedure where a tube is inserted through the skin of your abdominal wall into your stomach, to enable you to have liquid food.



Intravenous or IV means giving something directly into the blood stream of the body through your vein.


Haemorrhoid Banding

Haemorrhoids, often called piles, are areas in the anal canal where tissue containing blood vessels have become stretched or swollen.


Other Procedures

Find out more about other procedures we offer.


North Shore Consultations

MercyAscot Endoscopy are proud to introduce a one stop gastroenterology and endoscopy consult service in Takapuna. 



In this section, you will find relevant and useful information for your referral process.

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GP Referrals

As a GP, you can refer your patients directly to MercyAscot Endoscopy. Click below to download a referral form. 

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Patient Admission Information

This section provides you with relevant information about admission to our clinics.

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Patient Resources

This section provides you with important information relating to your procedure at our clinics. 

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