Phoenix Hospital Groups specialist led Endocrine service offers a cohesive pathway with an emphasis on early diagnosis and state of the art medical and surgical treatment tailored to the needs of the patient.


Rapid diagnosis with tailored surgical treatment

At the Phoenix Hospital Group we have a multidisciplinary team who can consider your whole thyroid health, from General Practitioners who provide surveillance and dose titration for more stable hypothyroidism to Consultant Endocrinologists who specialise in all aspects of thyroid disease and head and neck.

Virtual appointments

GMC registered

Same day appointments

Conditions treated

We have onsite experts in ultrasound, CT, MRI and radio-frequency ablation of the thyroid aswell as an in-house  pathology laboratory capable of running simple and complex thyroid function tests, antibody tests and the more detailed metabolic and hormonal tests to properly consider your thyroid health.


Most women with PCOS have elevated levels of luteinising hormone and reduced levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).


Endocrine function usually declines with age. In women, the decline in estrogen levels leads to menopause.


Hormonal imbalances are the leading cause of infertility in women, but are often treatable with lifestyle changes and medications.


Endocrine disorders may present with nonspecific symptoms including fatigue. The possibility of endocrine disease in this setting is important.

Adrenal Disease

We diagnose and treat adrenal gland disorders, including pheochromocytoma, Cushing’s syndrome (elevated cortisol), and Conn’s syndrome (elevated aldosterone)


This is a type of high blood pressure caused by a hormone imbalance originating in the pituitary or adrenal gland and can be caused when the glands produce too much or not enough of the hormones they normally secrete.


Endocrine disorders can play a large role in the development of osteoporosis, including having high thyroid hormone levels, parathyroid hormone levels, and cortisol levels.

Pancreas (diabetes)

By regulating your blood sugar levels, the pancreatic hormones are directly related to some of the most common diseases of today, including diabetes

Surgery we offer

Our endocrine surgery service treats thyroid disease, including goitre, thyroid lumps and thyroid cancer.

Total Thyroidectomy

Your surgeon will remove the entire gland and the lymph nodes surrounding the gland. Both sections (lobes) of the thyroid gland are usually removed.

Thyroid Lobectomy with or without an Isthmectomy

If your thyroid nodules are located in one lobe, your surgeon will remove only that lobe (lobectomy). With an isthmectomy, the narrow band of tissue (isthmus) that connects the two lobes also is removed.

Subtotal (near-total) Thyroidectomy

Your surgeon will remove one complete lobe, the isthmus, and part of the other lobe. This is used for hyperthyroidism caused by Graves disease.

Endoscopic thyroidectomies can be performed via several small incisions through which a tiny camera and instruments are passed.

Parathyroidectomy (removal of the parathyroid gland)

Minimally invasive parathyroid surgery involves trying to locate the bad parathyroid gland using a sestamibi scan and ultrasound scan prior to surgery.
Once the effected parathyroid gland is located, the endocrine surgeon can then use a smaller incision of 2cm to gain access and remove the parathyroid tumour.

Afirma Thyroid Test

Our thyroid is easy to forget but really important to good health. This butterfly-shaped gland at the front of your neck releases powerful hormones that help regulate your metabolism.

The Afirma Thyroid FNA Analysis allows you to get the full clinical story about your thyroid nodule. More complete information helps to avoid unnecessary surgeries, cost and anxiety.

Radio Frequency Thyroid Ablation

Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation is a minimally invasive treatment used to reduce the size of symptomatic benign thyroid nodules.

Thyroid nodules are lumps in the thyroid gland, which are usually benign. If large enough, benign nodules can cause symptoms of pressure in the neck and difficulty in swallowing due to their size. They may also produce a visible or palpable swelling in the neck. Radiofrequency ablation reduces the size of benign thyroid nodules. The technique uses a special needle which is guided into the thyroid nodules under ultrasound guidance. An electric current is passed through the needle tip, heating the thyroid tissue immediately around it.

Why choose us?

A Consultant led service, from experts in their field, providing the highest level of care.

A dedicated and experienced team, able to cater for individual needs.

Same day diagnostic imaging and screening service.

State of the art facilities at the forefront of modern healthcare.

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