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Dr Mark Vanderpump

Endocrinology and Diabetes

Qualifications: MD FRCP

Medical interests: Common and rare thyroid disorders, reproductive endocrinology, particularly polycystic ovary syndrome. Type 1 and type 2 diabetes.


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About

Dr Mark Vanderpump has a busy private practice in diabetes and endocrinology within North, West and Central London. He supports in-patient services and participates within Multidisciplinary Teams at the Physicians' Clinic, BUPA Cromwell Hospital and Wellington Hospital. He liaises with London Neurosurgery Partnership, London Oncology Clinic and fertility services at the Lister Hospital and CRGH. He has published widely in his main area of expertise of thyroid disease but his clinical practice includes all aspects of diabetes and endocrinology.

Dr Vanderpump's clinical work involves caring for people within all aspects of diabetes and endocrinology. He has a special interest in people with thyroid conditions and participates in a thyroid multidisciplinary meeting twice a month to discuss individual cases. He also treats rare cases of thyroid disease in adolescent children. His other major interests in endocrinology include pituitary disorders and reproductive endocrinology, including treating women with polycystic ovary syndrome. Dr Vanderpump sees patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes and is experienced in treating patients with diabetes who have kidney problems, including those on dialysis or who have had kidney transplants.

He also undertakes medico-legal work within his specialty.

He is regularly asked to contribute to publications and the media.

Medical training

Dr Mark Vanderpump qualified at the University of Birmingham Medical School before gaining experience in general medicine and specialising in diabetes and endocrinology through various training posts in the Midlands and North East England. He then started as a consultant at the North Middlesex Hospital NHS Trust in 1996. He was appointed as Consultant Endocrinologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust in 1999 and continued there until he resigned from the NHS in 2016 after 30 years of service in the NHS.

Current appointments

Dr Vanderpump has a special interest in thyroid disease and is a member of the British Thyroid Association, the European Thyroid Association and the American Thyroid Association. He was the President of the British Thyroid Association from 2014-2017 and a Trustee of the patient-support group in the British Thyroid Foundation from 2012-2017. He is an active member of the Society for Endocrinology and is a member of the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists. He acts as a reviewer of original research submitted to prestigious journals in his field of medicine. He has published and lectured nationally and internationally in both diabetes and endocrinology. For full details of his CV, Audit Supervision, Publications & Research and Invited Lectures please see www.markvanderpump.co.uk.

NHS practice

He has an Honorary Consultant contract at UCH to continue Joint Adolescent Thyroid Clinics.

Availability

 
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*additional appointments can be provided at patient convenience.

Feedback

Dr Vanderpump was welcoming personable and gave relevant useful advice I shall definitely recommend him.
Dr Vanderpump was excellent reassuring and pitched the information given at the right level.
Dr Vanderpump actively listen to me and was totally in tune with my issues and priorities. He communicated effectively and I was able to understand his explanations.

Fees

Dr Mark Vanderpump's fees

Type of patient Initial consultation Follow up consultation
Self pay Not more than £325 Not more than £225
Insured* Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies* Within the schedule of charges for specific insurance companies*

*If your policy covers consultations, in most cases, there will be no shortfall to pay (but you may have an excess liability on your policy).
Please note however, some policies do not cover the full cost of consultations, and there may be a shortfall to pay. In that instance, it is the responsibility of the patient to pay the shortfall in full. Please always check your policy conditions or contact your insurer as necessary.

Declaration of Interest

Dr Mark Vanderpump has a financial interest in the Devonshire Diagnostic Centre Limited.

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