The joint London Centre for Paediatric Endocrinology consists of Great Ormond Street (GOSH) and UCLH. Together we are one of the largest child and adolescent endocrine centres in Europe and are internationally recognised for our research.

Where possible we aim to treat our patients in the right environment. Children 0-13 are seen at GOSH and teenagers at UCLH. We are also happy to take direct GP referrals at the UCLH site.

Our consultants work across both sites and we are supported by a dedicated team of specialist nurses, psychologists, dieticians, psychiatrists and psychotherapists play specialists and activity coordinators.

Service management

Address

Children and young people's endocrinology
University College Hospital

Inpatients:
T11 (under 12-year-olds) and T12 (13- to 18-year-olds)
235 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BU

Outpatients Clinic:
Lower Ground Floor
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing
235 Euston Road
Kết quả xổ số Quảng Nam London, NW1 2BU

Referral address

Children and young people's services
UCLH Referrals Centre
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Ground Floor North
250 Euston Road
London, NW1 2PG

We care for a range of conditions including: 

  • Problems with growth and puberty
  • Problems with the pituitary gland
  • Problems with Glucose and calcium metabolism, salt and water balance 
  • Adrenal disease and endocrine oncology (including endocrine toxicity of cancer therapies) 
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Gynaecomastia in adolescent males 
  • Disorders of sex development
  • Growth, puberty and fertility problems in association with sex chromosome variations (Turner and Klinefelter syndrome) 
  • Gender dysphoria in children and adolescents (in association with the Tavistock Centre)  
  • Diabetes 

We have approximately 3000 appointments per year in our outpatient department. Waiting times for outpatient appointments is around 4 weeks.

Patient feedback

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