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Best Endocrinologists in London, UK

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Expert in: Endocrinology
26 years of experience

Dr Paul Carroll  qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 1991 and then undertook his speciality training in Endocrinology at St. Bartholomew’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals in London, where he developed his specialist interests in pituitary, adrenal and thyroid disease. In 2000, he was awarded a doctorate (University of London) and has written over 50 research papers and many textbook chapters and since 2003, Paul has been a Consultant Endocrinologist at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.

Paul supervises the care of a large number of patients and leads the thyroid Group at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals, as well as coordinating the teaching and training of a large number of trainees in endocrinology. He works closely with surgeons, radiologists, specialist nurses and other team members in delivering comprehensive endocrine care within a multi-disciplinary team to all endocrine disorders, looking after patients from across the UK and abroad.

Paul is a member of the Society for Endocrinology, and acts as a reviewer for several international journals and contributes to educational programmes and lectures in the UK and abroad. 

Please call 02070346215 to book an appointment.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
23 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

In 1988, Luigi Gnudi obtained his MD with Honours from the University of Parma. He then joined the residency programme at the School of Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Padua, Italy until 1993.

For the next two years, Gnudi worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston.

In 2005, he became a Fellow of both the Royal College of Physicians and the American Society of Nephrology. Dr Gnudi joined the Unit for Metabolic Medicine in 1997 as Senior Lecturer and in 2011 was promoted to Professor of Diabetes and Metabolic Medicine in 2011. 

Professor Gnudi is an Honorary Consultant Physician in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Medicine at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Prof Gnudi see patient at the Lister Hospital after 6 pm on ad hoc basis on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. For appointment please contact Ms Valerie Hassan at:  , thank you.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
9 years of experience

Dr Andrea Pucci is a Consultant Obesity Physician (Obesity Medicine, Diabetes, & Endocrinology) at the Centre for Obesity Research, Department of Medicine, Bariatric Centre for Weight Management and Metabolic Surgery, University College London Hospital (UCLH).

Dr Pucci graduated in Medicine and Surgery and completed his training in Endocrinology at the University of Pisa, Italy, where he also obtained his PhD degree in Neuroscience and Endocrine and Metabolic Sciences. Dr Pucci has been working in the UK for 10 years. 

Dr Pucci specialises in general endocrinology and sees patients with a range of od endocrinological conditions. However, he is particularly interested in the treatment of obesity and obesity-related co-morbidities (including type 2 diabetes) and thyroid gland conditions. Dr Pucci is an expert in ultrasound screening of thyroid glands and fine-needle aspiration biopsy of thyroid nodules. 

Dr Pucci is actively involved in research and works on the identification of pre-operative predictors of bariatric surgery health outcomes. He is an honorary lecturer at University College of London and has authored more than 30 peer-reviewed publications in international journals and textbook chapters.


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Expert in: Endocrinology
15 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology


Professor Dworakowska has a broad clinical practice in endocrinology, diabetes, obesity and general/internal medicine. She provides a holistic assessment of complex medical problems and difficult to treat disorders including problems with libido, appetite and tiredness. She collaborates with other specialties to help the patients with their problems.

She completed her training in endocrinology and diabetes in London at Barts and the London Hospital, as well as at Kings College Hospital and Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital. She undertook her specialty training in general/internal medicine at Medical University of Gdansk (Gdansk, Poland), Otto-von-Guericke University (Magdeburg, Germany) and Katharinen Hospital (Stuttgart, Germany). 

Professor Dworakowska worked as a Consultant Physician in Medicine and Endocrinology (locum) at Kings College Hospital (2012-2017) and as a Consultant in Endocrinology and Diabetes (locum) at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital (2013-2014). 

Professor Dworakowska speaks English, Polish, Russian and German. She has exceptional feedback from her patients and their families that she acts with dignity, empathy and respect, communicating information in a way everybody can follow. Having experience of working in several countries, she understands and appreciates cultural differences.

Professor Dworakowska has an extensive research portfolio in endocrine oncology and in Jan 2019 has received a title of professor of medicine. 

She is a Visiting Professor at Medical University of Gdansk, Poland and an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Cancer Studies at Kings College London. She has published a significant amount of original research papers, reviews and book chapters. She acts as a Fund Adviser for Kings College Hospital Charity ‘Endocrine Cancer Research Fund’. Charitable work is an important part of her practice. She has been awarded multiple international awards and fellowships including:

  • Foundation for Polish Science and European Union grants (pituitary and adrenal tumours)
  • The TOP 500 Innovators Programme in Oxford and Cambridge Universities
  • L’Oreal Poland for Women in Science award
  • Lyon’s club award Stefan Batory’s fellowships



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Expert in: Endocrinology
32 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Andrew Bates is a Consultant Endocrinologist & Diabetologist with over 20 years of experience. He is based at the University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust, and is clinical lead for endocrinology at the Heart of England foundation trust in Birmingham. He has a clinical interest in all of the main areas of main areas of Endocrinology and Diabetes.

Dr Bates qualified from Leeds University Medical School in 1987, with an additional degree in Chemical Pathology and a Distinction in Microbiology. His postgraduate experience and training was obtained in West Yorkshire and the Midlands. He obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1990 on his first attempt. Following this, he was awarded a Sheldon Research Fellowship, to fund three years of research, under the supervision of Professor RN Clayton. This research into the molecular genetics and epidemiology of pituitary tumours, culminated in the award of his MD thesis in 1997. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 2003 and is a member of the Society for Endocrinology, European Society of Endocrinology, Endocrine Society (USA) and Diabetes (UK).

Alongside his clinical work, Dr Bates continues to publish in peer reviewed journals and attends national and international conferences regularly in order to maintain up to date and high standards of clinical care.

Patient feedback is central in ensuring high quality care. Following his last 360 deg appraisal, 25/26 patients were 'very satisfied' with their consultation. Comments such as ‘The doctor was excellent and always has been’ ' A very competent doctor’ ‘Prepared to listen and give his time’ ‘Friendly and made me feel at ease, provide strong evidence of high quality care.

Feedback from colleagues is also very relevant. In the same 360 deg appraisal,15/15 colleagues rated him as good/outstanding for clinical assessment and 16/16 good/outstanding for patient management. Both scores were above the national/specialty average. Across the whole spectrum of clinical care, 80/80 responses were good/outstanding. 

Outside of work he enjoys playing sport, cycling, gardening, listening to music and reading.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Recommended by 1 specialist
32 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Former President of The British Thyroid Association, Dr Vanderpump is a consultant endocrinologist currently working privately within several London Clinics. Having graduated from University of Birmingham in 1987, he underwent specialised training in diabetes and endocrinology, working through various training posts in both the Midlands and North East England.

Later in his career, he started working as a consultant at the North Middlesex Hospital NHS Trust in 1996. His work as an NHS consultant would span 20 years, before Dr Vanderpump's NHS career came to an end at the Royal Free in 2016, following 17 year career at the hospital.

Dr Vanderpump's main area of expertise is thyroid disease, however owing to his extensive medical expertise, his clinical practice includes all aspects of diabetes and endocrinology. In addition to this, he also undertakes medico-legal work within his specialty. He is the current Chair of the London Consultants’ Association.

Due to his vast experience and knowledge about diabetes and endocrinology, it should come as no surprise that he has frequently been present on national television to talk about these topics. As a patient of Dr Vanderpump’s, not only will you be under the care and supervision of one of the country’s leading experts in endocrinology; where necessary, Dr Vanderpump ensures that you benefit from the expertise and skills of a meticulously chosen multidisciplinary team.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
46 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

In 1972, Dr John Stevenson qualified in medicine at King’s College Hospital Medical School (now part of King’s College London), then undertook training in general medicine in London and Southampton.

He undertook specialist training in endocrinology and metabolism at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School at Hammersmith Hospital (now part of Imperial College London). He went on to extend his research and expertise into the effects of sex hormone deficiency and replacement both on the skeleton and on the cardiovascular system.

In 1993, he jointly established the UK’s first female heart disease clinic at Royal Brompton Hospital.

Dr Stevenson is a consultant metabolic physician, based at Royal Brompton Hospital. He is also a Reader in Metabolic Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London.

He runs the heart risk clinics at Royal Brompton Hospital.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
Recommended by 1 specialist
25 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology , General Medicine

Dr Abbi Lulsegged is a consultant physician with a specialist interest in endocrinology and diabetes. He undertook his undergraduate training at Guy's Hospital Medical School, qualifying in 1994. He later went on to complete his specialist training in diabetes and endocrinology, working at both North and South Thames Deaneries, alongside postings at University College Hospital, the Royal Free and Guys St Thomas’ Hospitals. Later in his career, he was appointed a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in recognition of his service to his field and medicine in general.

He has a passion for his chosen speciality and enjoys the variety of unselected cases requiring specialist endocrine and diabetes input including thyroid adrenal, pituitary, bone/calcium metabolism, parathyroid, reproductive endocrinology, obesity, and diabetes. He strongly believes in updating himself and has attended training programmes with some of the top institutions in the world.

Due to the overlap with endocrinological disorders, he also sees patients with specific complaints such as tiredness and excessive sweating. Not only this, he has a vested interest in nutrition and integrative (general) medicine and sees patients who have unexplained symptoms or those who fall in the category of general medical conditions. Furthermore, he has a particular interest in the management of unexplained illnesses, obesity and reversing type 2 diabetes, when conditions allow. He believes strongly in trying to determine the root cause(s) of a patient's problems and treating patients holistically. He sees patients from all over the Country and Overseas.

Dr Lulsegged developed the endocrine service at Princess Royal University Hospital, part of Kings College Hospital.

Beyond his medical achievements and exploits, Dr Lulsegged has a patient-centred approach, appropriately being awarded clinical excellence awards for his contribution to the care of patients. An academic phenom, alongside his healthcare interests, Dr Lulsegged also has a degree in biochemistry.

He enjoys teaching and has lectured at international conferences, grand rounds, academic half-days, GP talks and on professional MRCP courses, all of which reflects his broad extra-curricular interests. He wrote questions for the postgraduate examinations in Endocrinology for the Royal College of Physicians and has reviewed clinical papers for Editors of medical journals.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
18 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Harvinder Chahal is a consultant in Endocrinology, Diabetes, Bariatric Medicine and General Internal Medicine at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He's also Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London.

Dr Chahal is an experienced endocrinologist in all aspects of diabetes and endocrinology. He qualified from St Bartholomew's and the Royal London School of Medicine in 2001. He trained in endocrinology and diabetes at St Bartholomew's Hospital. Owing to his medical excellence, in 2007, he was awarded the prestigious Medical Research Council training fellowship to undertake research in the field of pituitary tumorigenesis, resulting in several influential research papers in high impact journals. His expertise has seen him receive several national and international prizes for his research and clinical work. Additionally, he has written several textbook chapters and is the co-investigator on several diabetes and endocrinology research studies.

Furthermore, he is the Lead Bariatric Physician and medically manages patients prior to and after bariatric surgery and pharmacotherapy in order to reduce their complication risks and optimise the health benefits of weight loss.

He is an enthusiastic teacher of undergraduate students and postgraduate doctors. In 2016, he was appointed the Director of Clinical Studies at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He is a teacher and examiner on the Middlesex University London Postgraduate Diploma course in Diabetes and Endocrinology. He is also the module lead on the Obesity Medicine MSc course at Imperial College London.

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Expert in: Endocrinology
31 years of experience
Diabetes & Endocrinology

Dr Paul Jenkins is a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist practising on London’s world renowned Harley Street.


He qualified with a degree in Medical Sciences at Cambridge University; and undertook his clinical training at The Royal London Hospital. Shortly afterwards he joined the internationally renowned Department of Endocrinology at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, where he gained unrivalled experience in clinical endocrinology. After completing his MD research degree he was appointed as Senior Lecturer and then Reader in Endocrinology and Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist. For over 10 years he also ran the Endocrine service at Homerton University Hospital. Within the Medical School, he was Dean for Pre-Registration Doctors and an enthusiastic teacher of undergraduate students across all years. He led an active research group into the interactions between hormones and cancer and has published 80 peer-reviewed scientific papers in this field as well as writing several books and textbook chapters.


In 2009, he decided to devote more time to clinical work and after 20 years in practice established The London Endocrine Centre where he is the senior consultant. Dr Jenkins has a particular interest in disorders of the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary glands, as well as diabetes. He has also developed considerable expertise in the diagnosis and management of chronic fatigue. He firmly believes in a holistic approach to his patients with his consultations allowing plenty of time to discuss all of their concerns and wishes before fully involving them in a shared approach to their optimum management.

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What is an Endocrinologist?

Hormonal and developmental disorders and related problems can be extremely vexing. Unlike many medical issues, it is not possible for patients to see their glands or the substances they produce, yet they play such a huge role in every aspect of our lives. Whether suffering from metabolic problems, diabetes, early or late-onset puberty, too little or too much growth, menopause, thyroid issues, menopause, infertility, or other disorders linked to hormones, the best practitioners to consult are endocrinologists. Finding a top endocrinologist near London is easy with Doctify.

When to see an Endocrinologist?

The top endocrinologists in London have extensive training in diagnosing and treating all the aforementioned disorders. In addition to general medical training and a residency, the best endocrinologists around London must then study for several more years to become masters of the glands and hormones/hormonal and metabolic disorders that they will treat in their practice. Diabetes and thyroid problems are the most regular reason for patient visits to top-rated endocrinologists in London, followed closely by puberty, menopause, and infertility issues (when hormones are the suspected cause).

Making sure your chosen expert endocrinologists in London are fully qualified and certified is important – the advice and diagnoses that they can provide are only as good as their skills and abilities. Top endocrinologists in London found with Doctify are generally members of the Society for Endocrinology and the European Thyroid Association, at a minimum. Although dealing with hormonal and developmental problems can be daunting, owing to the “hidden” nature of what glands and hormones do in the body, the best endocrinologists in London can help and often fix major problems with medication, supplements, or related treatments. Sometimes, health and happiness really are just a pill away!