Dr Emma Bingham

Consultant Endocrinology

Practising at

Spire Clare Park Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Emma Bingham at Spire include:

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Professional profile

Dr Bingham has been a consultant Endocrinologist and Physician at Frimley Park Hospital since July 2004. She is now clinical lead for the department and in addition deputy Clinical Director for Medicine and Elderly Care.

Dr Bingham trained in Medicine at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead and underwent junior training at Luton and Dunstable and St Thomas Hospital London where she developed an interest in Endocrinology and research. She continued specialist training at Medway Maritime Hospital, Guy's London and then started as a research fellow and then lecturer with Prof Amiel at Kings College Hospital, London.

Dr Bingham completed novel research in hypoglycaemia and brain glucose metabolism and sensing using positron emission tomography and then went on to present this work at several international meetings and have published in several prestigious journals. She was awarded my MD thesis in 2006, and also moved to Frimley in 2006 where she developed the service to provide specialist care for diabetic pregnancy, diabetic foot, teenagers with diabetes and endocrine disorders and am a member of the pituitary MDT at Kings College Hospital, London.

Dr Bingham hopes to develop the service to be a local centre of excellence with her strong team of colleagues.

Clinical Interests

Thyroid disease
Pituitary disease

Private contact details

Telephone Self-funding: 01252 895 490 / Insured: 01252 342 602
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Royal College of Physicians
British Endocrine Society
Association of British Clinical Diabetologists
British Medical Association
Medical Defence Union

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Personal Profile

Dr Bingham lives locally and has two energetic young children. Outside fo work Dr Bingham enjoys running, gardening and walking

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