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National Severe Insulin Resistance Service

National Severe Insulin Resistance Service
Institute of Metabolic Science
Box 289
Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Hills Road
Cambridge CB2 0QQ

Tel 01223 768455 (SIR office)

Fax 01223 330598

insulinresistanceservice
@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

About the service

The National Severe Insulin Resistance Service provides services for investigation and management into severe insulin resistance and associated conditions in both adults and children at the Wolfson Diabetes and Endocrine Clinic within the Institute of Metabolic Science.

There is a weekly multidisciplinary clinic which consists of a consultant, nurse specialist,  dietitian, genetic counsellor in some cases, and paediatric endocrine consultant for children (up to the age of 18).

The aim of the service is to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and educational support for both patients and their local clinical carers, and to establish and disseminate evidence-based recommendations for the therapy of this severe group of conditions.

Finding us

Wolfson Diabetes and Endocrine Clinic, Institute of Metabolic Science, which is in the Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre, Keith Day Road.

From the main hospital entrance: turn right into the main concourse. Follow signs towards the Addenbrooke's Treatment Centre and the Rosie Hospital. Walk straight along the main corridor until you reach the Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre. The Wolfson Diabetes and Endocrinology Clinic is located across the far side of the atrium on the right hand side.

From the main entrance to car park 2, turn left and follow the covered walkway along Robinson Way. Cross over the road and turn right up Keith Day Road.  The Addenbrooke's Treatment Centre is the first building on the right.