Clinics & services

Blyth Community Hospital - Diabetes Outpatient Clinic

  • Patient types/symptoms

    Advice on complications of diabetes and their management (e.g. painful neuropathy, gastroparesis)

    Special situations (e.g. Class 2 driving licences, consideration of newer agents, GLP1 agonists)

    Patients with newly diagnosed Type 1 diabetes (followed up for the first year)

    Patients with Type 1 diabetes for DAFNE courses/follow up and for those with raised HbA1c or/and recurrent hypoglycaemia, insulin pump therapy and CGMS

    Patients with Type 2 diabetes with raised HbA1c, especially those on insulin (to offer a second opinion)

    Hypoglycaemia unawareness

    Steroids causing problems with control

    Differentiation of Types of diabetes if clinically relevant (i.e. Type 1 vs. Type 2, secondary)

    Complex cases

  • Location

    Blyth Community Hospital

  • Opening Times

    1st and 3rd Thursday AM of the month

Referral Information

Via e-Referral or fax referral to 0191 2932571

Specialist Staff