Diabetes Outpatient Services are held at Dundee House (City Hospital) and Clinic 2 (QMC). Some specialty clinics are held jointly with other services.
Inpatients are supported at both QMC and City Hospital.
Community services receive support from NUH.
If you have any questions or concerns about individual health matters or the management of your diabetes, please consult your diabetes care team.
General diabetes clinics
These are run by consultants, diabetes specialist nurses and diabetes specialist dieticians.
Clinics for special groups
Young people with diabetes
These clinics have been designed to see and support people aged 16 to 25.
This clinic takes place at Dundee House (Nottingham City Hospital). A daily clinic is held for patients with foot problems.
Nephropathy (kidney) clinic
This clinic is run for people who have kidney problems caused by diabetes (nephropathy).
This clinic runs jointly with the obstetricians (doctors who specialise in pregnancy) for women with diabetes who are pregnant so that obstetric and diabetic check-ups can be done at the same time.
This clinic has been specially designed to support insulin pump users and is run jointly by a nurse, a doctor and a dietitian.
We run joint clinics with the respiratory team.
If you have had surgery to your pancreas we will see you in a clinic supported by a consultant, dietitian and nurse with a special interest.
Counselling service for patients with diabetes.
Dundee House, City Hospital
Appointments service - Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Tel: 0115 962 7622
Diabetes nurses (for advice on diabetes-related problems) Mon-Fri 9am-4.30pm
Tel: 0115 962 7621
Diabetes Unit, QMC
Appointments service Tel: 0115 970 9215 Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Diabetes nurses (for advice on diabetes-related problems) Mon-Fri 9am-4pm
Tel: 0115 970 9215
Emergency (outside Mon-Fri 9am-4pm)
Contact NHS 111