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Diabetes in pregnancy service - clinic 21 (Rosie hospital)

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The diabetes in pregnancy service offers care and support to women in pregnancy with either pre-gestational diabetes, or who develop diabetes during their pregnancy (gestational diabetes).

Attend Anywhere video consultation

Did you know your outpatient appointment for this service may now be done by video consultation using Attend Anywhere. This enables you to be able to attend your appointment from home, saving you time and money.

Find out more about outpatient video appointments

We are a specialist team of diabetologists, obstetricians, specialist nurses, dietitians and midwives who support women who have either pre-gestational diabetes, or who develop diabetes during their pregnancy (gestational diabetes).

Find out more about gestational diabetes here.

We also offer a pre and post-pregnancy service for women with pre-gestational diabetes.

During pregnancy we offer regular ultrasound scans and appointments with the diabetes and obstetric teams to optimise the best care for women and their babies.

We provide women with support between appointments through telephone and email contact.

CUH Directions mobile app

The CUH Directions mobile app is for patients and visitors.

It helps you to find your way around Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie hospitals, making it easier to locate clinics, wards and other facilities on our campus.

CUH Directions – mobile app

Key personnel

Consultant diabetologists

  • Dr. Eleanor Gurnell
  • Dr. Vishakha Bansiya
  • Dr. Claire Meek

Consultant obstetricians

  • Miss Shazia Bhatti
  • Miss Charlotte Patient
  • Prof. Gordon Smith

Diabetes specialist nurses

  • Katy Davenport
  • Caroline Byrne

Diabetes specialist dietitians

  • Jeannie Grisoni
  • Hannah Dennis
  • Emma Musgrave
  • Kulbir Pabla

Diabetes specialist midwives

  • Lesley Bennett
  • Ruth Harding
  • Nicola Barker


If you have pre-gestational diabetes, please contact us on 01223 586901, with answerphone, if you are planning a pregnancy or are pregnant so we can arrange to see you.

If you had diabetes in a previous pregnancy (gestational diabetes) or know you have risk factors for developing diabetes in a current pregnancy, please discuss this with your community midwife.