Endocrine Wellbeing

Dr Moulinath Banerjee

Taking care of patients from Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Merseyside, Staffordshire and Cumbria

Qualifications: MBBS, MD, PhD, CCT (Diab&Endo), FRCP, MA (Clinical Education)

Current roles:
  • Consultant Physician: ENDOCRINOLOGY & DIABETES & GENERAL MEDICINE, Royal Bolton Hospital
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer & Systems lead for Endocrinology - Edge Hill University Medical School
  • Honorary Lecturer - Manchester University
  • Lead for Ante-natal Diabetes care & Member of the Diabetes Board - Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network.
  • Co-lead for Professional Development and Executive Committee member: Association of British Clinical Diabetologists.
  • Clinical Champion: Diabetes UK
  • Associate Editor: British Journal of Diabetes.

Conversant in: English, Bengali, Hindi, and Urdu.

Dr. Banerjee qualified in 1992 and obtained his MD degree in 1996. He furthered his medical training in the North-West of England and Wales. During his higher training, he completed his Ph.D. from Manchester University as a recipient of a very prestigious grant from the British Heart Foundation.
After completing his specialist training in 2009, he worked as a Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust, and Wirral University Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust before joining The Bolton Foundation NHS Trust in 2015, where he was the Clinical Lead for 5 years until very recently. In 2020, he was selected as a Clinical Champion of Diabetes-UK and he continues to serves this excellent charity in that capacity. He serves as a member of the Diabetes board and leads the Antenatal Diabetes service at the Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network.
He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer and Lead tutor for Endocrinology at Edge Hill University Medical School. He is deeply involved in teaching and currently supervises and teaches Undergraduate medical students (Manchester University and Edge Hill University) as well as trainee doctors placed at the Diabetes & Endocrine unit at the Royal Bolton Hospital. Over the years, he has taught medical trainees, Primary Care physicians, nurses and patients in his field of Diabetes and Endocrinology as well as General Medicine. He is the joint lead for Professional Development of the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists and a co-opted member of its Executive Committee. In this role, he spearheads the Consultant Development Programme and the Mentorship programme of the ABCD.
He has designed and run the UK's first course to help prepare the Specialist Registrars in Diabetes and Endocrinology for their Specialty Certificate Examination since 2009. This has been running for the last 14 years and now attracts international attendees. He has been selected to join as a Senior Lecturer at Edge Hill University. He is a recipient of the prestigious fellowship of Royal College of Edinburgh, for improving Quality and Governance in healthcare.
He has led research projects, and quality improvement projects, and published peer-reviewed articles in various journals of Diabetes and Endocrinology. He has been invited to speak at meetings, conferences and institutes both within the UK and internationally, including in India, Egypt and Bahrain. He is an Associate Editor of the British Journal of Diabetes.
His hobbies include reading, cricket, traveling, and landscape photography.
He has been in private practice since 2018 and on the panel of all major insurers – being fee-assured and available for face-to-face as well as remote consultations. He has been assigned a Platinum status by the BUPA.

Endocrinology

Thyroid disorders – overactive, under-active, and other challenging disorders of the thyroid gland. Adrenal gland disorders – Addison’s disease, Cushing’s syndrome, and other adrenal disorders. Testicular abnormalities including low testosterone levels, erectile dysfunction and others. Ovarian disorders including polycystic ovarian syndrome and menopause. Parathyroid gland dysfunction Bone metabolic disorders including vitamin D deficiency and osteoporosis. Pituitary disorders. Salt and Electrolyte imbalance. Polyglandular autoimmune syndromes. Tests for endocrine gland function.

Diabetes and other metabolic disorders

Reactive hypoglycaemia. Weight management - for both overweight and underweight patients. Pre-diabetes states and prevention of diabetes. Diabetes mellitus - Type 1, Type 2, monogenic and secondary forms. Associated conditions with diabetes. Use of technology in blood glucose management - sensors, pumps, etc. Complications of diabetes - neuropathy, nephropathy, macrovascular complications of diabetes.

Cardiovascular and General medical care

Essential and secondary hypertension. Cardiovascular (heart attack and stroke) risk management. Lipid disorders including cholesterol and triglyceride disorders General medical conditions

What is Endocrinology?
Endocrinology is the specialist branch of medicine that deals with hormonal and associated metabolic disorders that influence the overall health and well-being of an individual.
When should I see an Endocrinologist?
Some endocrine or hormone related problems can be diagnosed and managed by primary healthcare professionals (General Practitioners). 

Your GP could refer you to an Endocrinologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan if they have reason to believe that your body may be experiencing hormone-related problems.

A visit to an endocrinologist might be of benefit to you, as they are better familiar with your disease condition and up to speed on the many drugs, medical advancements, and clinical studies in this specialty.

If your primary healthcare physician (GP or Practice nurse) has identified an endocrine disorder in you, they could suggest that you visit an endocrinologist to help manage the disorder, particularly because these conditions are often chronic (lifelong), complex, and can affect multiple organ systems.

What to expect at an appointment with an Endocrinologist?
A visit to the endocrinologist usually involves:
  • a detailed medical history
  • a thorough clinical examination related to the endocrine dysfunction being suspected and any other associated system
  • plan for blood and urine tests
  • plan any imaging tests - ultrasound/ CT scans/ MRI scans
  • an explanation of your management plan.
What do endocrine tests involve?
Endocrine tests are designed to check the levels of hormones and related chemicals within our bodies. They will be discussed with you before the tests are undertaken.

Depending on which test you’re having, you may:
  • require a blood test at any time or at a particular time of the day. 
  • require a number of blood tests taken at regular intervals.  To make this easier, a cannula will be put in place first, and subsequent samples taken from there.
  • require an injection or a tablet or to drink a particular liquid to help facilitate the test.
  • have to ‘fast’ for a number of hours before the test. 
Clinic details:
The Beaumont Hospital, Lostock, Bolton BL6 4LA, UK
Every Friday evening - 18.00-20.00 pm
To book an appointment please ring 01204 898768 or 01204 404404.
You can also book directly via the booking link of The Beaumont Hospital.


The Spire Regency Hospital, West Street, Macclesfield SK11 8DW
Alternate Thursday evening - 18.30-20.30 pm
To book an appointment please ring 01625 507462 or 01625 324321.
You can also book directly via the booking link of The Spire Regency Hospital.

NB: Some clinic dates might change due to other commitments (NHS, ABCD, University, and others).


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SCE- Weekend Revision Course - Not being held this year.

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