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Diabetes Services York

We run a patient centred service for adults, children and teenagers, comprising:-

  • General outpatient clinics in diabetes, endocrinology, metabolic disorders and general medicine
  • Joint thyroid service
  • Joint gynaecology endocrine service
  • Transition clinic for children with diabetes
  • Antenatal and preconception counselling services
  • Diabetes, renal and hypertension service
  • Insulin pump service (adults and children)
  • Clinical trials and research
  • High risk foot service
  • Dietetic services

Where to find us

The Diabetic and Endocrinology Centre is situated on the second floor of the recently built Ophthalmology/Diabetic Department at York Hospital.

Children and young people’s service

Children and young people's diabetes team - Operational Policy


Meet the team

 Name Specialist Interest  Contact details
 

Dr Vijay Jayagopal
Diabetologist/-Endocrinologist

Diabetes renal disease, hypertension, obesity and osteoporosis, insulin pumps

Secretary:

Wendy Vaughan


Tel: 01904 721175

Dr Jagannath Gopalappa Diabetologist/-Endocrinologist Diabetes/Podiatry, obesity, acute medical admissions, insulin pumps

Secretary:

Wendy Vaughan


Tel: 01904 721175

Dr Paul Jennings
Diabetologist/-Endocrinologist

Ante-natal diabetes and endocrinology, research, in-patient diabetic services

Secretary:

Angela Jones


Tel: 01904 725604

Dr Jonathan Thow
Diabetologist/-Endocrinologist

Diabetes education, adolescent, retinal screening service, thyroid disorders, endocrinology

Secretary:

Angela Jones


Tel: 01904 725604

Name Position 
Sharon Lewis Directorate Manager 
(to be appointed) Directorate Secretary
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