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Metabolic bone unit and bone density unit

Metabolic bone unit and bone density unit

Box: 252
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road,
Cambridge,
CB2 0QQ

Tel: 01223 217373
Fax: 01223 217804

About the unit

The most common metabolic bone diseases are osteoporosis and Paget's disease, and each of the three consultants who have a major interest in these disorders holds a weekly clinic devoted to them.

Finding the department

The bone density unit (BDU) is situated on level 3 behind ultrasound.

From the Outpatients entrance: go through the outpatients reception area. Turn right onto the main corridor leading to the hospital concourse. When you reach the first set of stairs/lift on the left hand side, go up to the third floor. On the third floor landing, turn left onto the long corridor. The Bone Density Unit is located a short way along the corridor on the left hand side.

Key contacts

Director: Dr Juliet Compston

Service manager and nurse specialist in osteoporosis: Shirley Love