6A Napier Road, Annexe Block #05-35C Gleneagles Hospital
Mount Alvernia Medical Centre A  #06-07,  820 Thomson Road

Dr Bhavesh Kishor Doshi

Dr Bhavesh Kishor Doshi

BMedSci. (Hons), BMBS (Nottingham), MRCP, CCT Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine (UK)
Dr Bhavesh Doshi graduated from the University of Nottingham in 1997 and trained as a specialist gastroenterologist at the Mersey Deanery (Liverpool training programe). He then completed an Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship (at the Mersey School of Endoscopy) with his focus on Endoscopic therapy in Pancreatico-biliary diseases, cancer diagnosis and therapy. During this time, he was awarded the British Society of Gastroenterology award to visit the Medical University of South Carolina at Charleston, US.

Over the past 20 years, Dr Bhavesh Doshi has developed and cultivated his practice in endoscopy, having performed more than 15000 scopes both in the UK and in Singapore. These ranged from the simplest diagnostic scopes to the most complex scopes with a referral base extending across hospitals in Singapore and internationally.

Dr Doshi served as Endoscopy director at NUHS between 2017- 2020. Today, he remains a Visiting Consultant at NUHS and NTFGH to help with complex endoscopic procedures.

During his storied career at NUHS, Dr Doshi was the lead ERCP operator for post liver transplant complex biliary strictures, leaks, and disconnected ducts. 

In addition, Dr Doshi performed tertiary level endoscopy for pancreatic lesions such as pancreatic cancer, pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours, pancreatic cyst diagnosis and drainage of pancreatic cyst.

Dr Doshi is a firm believer in multidisciplinary care and was regularly involved with Pancreatobiliary tumour board and liver transplant meetings when at NUHS and was also the founding member of the original pancreas clinic at NUHS.

Mentoring & Trainership

He was endoscopy training director at NUH and was also co-director of SHOLEC (Singapore Live Hands on Endoscopy Course) at NUHS. He regularly travels internationally to perform and teach endoscopy at conferences and meetings. The most recent being at the request of the Malaysian Society of Gastroenterology (Endoscopy 2022).

• Invited speaker PEG workshop Singapore 30th June 2012
• Invited speaker Cytopathology workshop 8-10th June 2012/2015
• Invited Faculty Asian Pacific Digestive week 2011
• Invited Faculty for the Asia Pacific Hands on EUS course from 2010
• Sedation system RIE member 10-14th Jan 2011
• Invited speaker 10th Asia pacific congress of endoscopic surgery 11-13th August 2011
• Invited speaker at Liver Transplant Symposium Singapore 2015
• Invited speaker at the University Santa Thomas Post Graduate GI program (Philippines) 2016
• SHOLEC (Singapore Hands On Live Endoscopy Course) 2014/2016/2016/2017 Director of workshop
• Invited Speaker Endoscopy Forum Japan- Aug 2017
• Live Endoscopy workshop demonstrator GI Hep 2018 (TTSH)
• GI TAP pancreas meeting Penang 2018 speaker
• Invited speaker- 25th National Meeting on Gastroenterology in Hanoi, Vietnam. (2019)
• Moderator for Spyglass Summit in 2021
• Invited speaker for Axios stent Taiwan 2021
• Invited speaker and demonstrator Endoscopy 2022 (KL)


Dr Doshi has been involved in several publications in Gastroenterology during his time at NUH some of these include articles on pancreatic cyst and management of difficult bile duct stones.

  • Doshi, B., & Sarkar, S. (2009). Topical administration of chloramphenicol can induce acute hepatitis. BMJ, 338(b1699).

  • Doshi, B., Yasuda, I., Ryozawa, S., & Lee, G. H. (2018). Current endoscopic strategies for managing large bile duct stones. Digestive Endoscopy, 30, 59–66.

  • Lim, L. G., Lakhtakia, S., Ang, T. L., Vu, C. K., Dy, F., Chong, V. H., Khor, C. J. L., Lim, W. C., Doshi, B. K., Varadarajulu, S., Yasuda, K., Wong, J. Y. Y., Chan, Y. H., Nga, M. E., & Ho, K. Y. (2013). Factors determining diagnostic yield of endoscopic ultrasound guided fine-needle aspiration for pancreatic cystic lesions: A Multicentre Asian study. Digestive Diseases and Sciences, 58(6), 1751–1757.

  • Soh, T. I., Doshi, B. K., Putti, T. C., Ang, B. W., Aw, D. C., Cheong, W. K., Lee, S.-C., & Chuah, B. Y. (2011). Common bile duct obstruction by intraluminal colorectal metastasis without evidence of liver or intraabdominal nodal metastasis. International Journal of Colorectal Disease, 27(1), 127–128.

  • Teh, J. L., Wong, R. K., Gowans, M., Shabbir, A., Doshi, B., Ong, D. E., & Fan, V. T. (2013). Gastric metastases of oral carcinoma resulting from percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy placement via the Introducer Technique. Gastroenterology Report, 1(3), 211–213.

We treat all types of gastrointestinal conditions and specialise in performing endoscopic procedures such as Advanced Endoscopy, ERCP and EUS
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6A Napier Road, Annexe Block #05-35C Gleneagles Hospital
Singapore 258500
820 Thomson Road, #06-07 Mount Alvernia Medical Centre A Singapore 574623

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