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Patients & Visitors

Lipid Clinic

Clinic | The Team | Preparation | Facilities | Location | Travel

About the Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Department

The staff in this department offer care and advice to patients with Diabetes, Diabetes related illnesses, or who may have a particular glandular or metabolic problem.

The Clinic

Appointments & Reception
Telephone: 01225 824101
Reception will be open from 8:00am – 3:30pm, Monday to Friday

An answer phone will be in use at busy times, out-of-hours, and bank holidays. Please leave a message and your call will be attended to as soon as possible.

How often
Every Tuesday
09:00 – 12:30

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The Team

The department team consists of Consultants, Registrars, Associate Specialists, Diabetes Specialist Nurse, Diabetes Liaison Nurse, Dietitians, Podiatrists, Retinal Screening Technicians, Clinic Nurses, Secretaries to the Consultants, Research Nurses and Receptionists.

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You may be required to prepare for your appointment

Having a blood test prior to, or on the day of your appointment. An eye test, blood pressure recording, measurement of height and weight, or an examination of your feet.

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Hot drinks machine is situated in the patients' waiting area. Please note the machine does not accept 50p or £1 coins. Information leaflets and magazines, toilets/Assisted toilets are available.

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From the main entrance, come through doors behind the atrium coffee bar. Follow the corridor round to the right and left and up to a T-junction. Turn right and follow the corridor until the second corridor on the left. The Diabetes & Endocrinology department is a short way along this corridor on the right-hand side.

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Travel arrangements

Hospital transport is limited and reserved ONLY for those who have no other means. Therefore, we ask you to make your own arrangements wherever possible.

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