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     - Endocrine system & hormones
     - Diabetes
     - Bones joints & muscles
     - Heart disease
     - General health
     - High blood pressure
       (hypertension)

     - PCOS
     - Obesity
     - Osteoporosis
     - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
     - High cholesterol
     - Other Topics

     



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  Welcome to the Website of Dr Hisham Maksoud
       MB BCh BAO LRCP & SI (NUI) FRCP (Edinburgh) FRCP (London) FACE MD
I am a Consultant in Diabetes, Endocrinology, Metabolism and General Internal Medicine at the Nottingham Spire Hospital, Lincoln and Nottingham BMI Hospital and The Nuffield Hospital Derby. After graduating from the Royal College of Surgeons Dublin, I gained significant clinical experience in both Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Oxford Teaching Hospitals.

I have a specialist interest in Thyroid disease, PCOS, hirsuitism, diabetes, obesity and endocrine disease. For a list of current clinics see the Biography page, or to arrange an appointment, please click here.
Hisham Maksoud
The purpose of my website is to inform visitors to my site about my current clinical practice, experience, training and research interests.

  Private Practice

The Spire Nottingham Hospital
Tollerton Lane
Nottingham
NG12 4GA


Nuffield Health Derby Hospital
Rykneld Road
Littleover
Derby
DE23 4SN
 
Tel:   07736 373307  or  07720 888988       Fax:   0115 857 7009


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