Dr Wycliffe Mbagaya
Consultant in Metabolic Medicine
MB ChB FRCP Edin FRCPath
"Spire Hospital Bristol is easy to access and offers a supportive environment for patients and staff."
I have been a Consultant in Metabolic Medicine since 2014, specialising in lipid disorders, diabetes, inherited metabolic diseases, electrolyte imbalance and laboratory medicine. As a practising lipidologist, I am actively involved in research of cholesterol lowering medications and offer latest treatments to my patients. I also have extensive experience in management of patients with side effects of statins or uncertainty over use of statins.
I see patients with cholesterol disorders, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome, disorders of electrolytes and investigation of rare metabolic disorders. I also advise patients and other doctors on the implications of blood tests. I consult patients with metabolic effects of antipsychotics and antidepressants; investigation of metabolic disorders and metabolic optimisation.
In addition to my clinical role, I am Clinical Lead for Pathology at Weston General Hospital. As an honorary senior lecturer for University of Bristol, I teach and mentor students and doctors in training. I provide education leadership as Year 3 Lead for University of Bristol North Somerset Academy, and regularly teach nationally on GP courses on laboratory medicine and metabolic disorders.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Wycliffe Mbagaya at Spire include:
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MB ChB / Moi Universty Kenya / 1999
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MB ChB is a degree given to physicians at the basis of their training
Association of Clinical Biochemistry
British Inherited Metabolic Diseases Group
European Atherosclerosis Society
Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
Fellowship of Royal College of Pathologists
I am the Clinical Lead for Pathology at Weston General Hospital and Year 3 Lead for University of Bristol North Somerset Academy.
Mbagaya W, Luvai A, Waise A. Diagnostic biochemical markers for heart failure. Pract Diab 2018: 35; 149-151 Barth JH, Luvai A., Jassam N, Mbagaya W, Kilpatrick ES, Narayanan D, Spoors S. Comparison of method-related reference intervals for thyroid hormones: studies from a prospective reference population and a literature review. Ann Clin Biochem 2017: 55;107-112 Mbagaya W, Luvai A, Lopez B. Biological variation of troponin in stable haemodialysis Patients. Ann Clin Biochem 2015: 52;562-568 Luvai
Consultant in Metabolic Medicine, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Trust
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Bristol
I enjoy spending time with my wife and two daughters, cycling and walking in the countryside.