At a GlanceWe care for children and young people with diabetes from the ages of 0-18 years, predominantly with Type 1 diabetes.
We also care for children with Type 2 diabetes and Cystic Fibrosis-related diabetes. We provide a multi-professional service supporting children, their families, school and other organisations.
How can I refer my child to this service?
Children are referred via their GP to the Paediatric Assessment Unit at diagnosis. Children based outside of Gloucestershire are referred to us by their previous Consultant or GP.
How are children transitioned to adult services?
Children in Gloucestershire start the transition process at the age of 11 using the Ready, Steady, Go programme. They are transferred to adult services between the ages of 16-18 year depending on the individual circumstances.
Consultants: Dr Abitha Kujambal, Dr Cheney, Dr Balapatabendi, Dr Lehal
Nurses: Sam Adams , Emily Yiend, Rosie Shield, Jodie Padmore, Vicky Cullen, Helen Harding, Kiera Maller,
Dieticians: Natalie White, Irene Odeny, Ella Newbould
Useful links and information
Paediatric Diabetes Enquiries
Tel: 0300 422 8473
Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm
Emergency contact Tel: 07880 794616
This number is for emergency contact only and will be answered Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Outside of these hours please contact the Paediatric Assessment Unit.
Paediatric Assessment Unit
Tel: 0300 422 8305
Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm