Spire Manchester Hospital has moved!

We have now opened our brand new hospital in Didsbury.

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We have now opened our brand new hospital in Didsbury.

Please note your visit to Spire Manchester Hospital will take place at:

Spire Manchester Hospital
170 Barlow Moor Road
Manchester
M20 2AF
(For sat nav please use M20 2YA)

If you have any questions or queries about your visit to Spire Manchester Hospital call us on 0161 447 6677.

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Dr Haris Rathur

Dr Haris Rathur

Consultant Endocrinologist and Diabetologist
FRCP, MD, MRCP (Endocrinology and Diabetes), MBBS, BSc

Practising at

Spire Manchester Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Haris Rathur at Spire include:

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Professional profile

I have been a Consultant Endocrinologist, Diabetologist and Acute Physician at Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since May 2010.

I underwent my initial postgraduate training in Manchester and obtained MRCP (UK) in 2002. I pursued my career in field of diabetic neuropathy as a clinical research fellow at the University of Manchester, Manchester Medical School where I completed my MD thesis titled "Studies in the Pathogenesis and management of diabetic neuropathy and foot ulceration”. My endocrine, diabetes and general medicine training commenced when I took up a registrar post as part of the North West rotation. I have a keen interest in type 2 diabetes, obesity and bariatric medicine, Vitamin D deficiency, thyroid and parathyroid disorders.

I have an interest in, and am actively involved in both post and undergraduate medical education. I am an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Manchester as well as an undergraduate tutor at Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

I manage all aspects of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes and its complications. I have an interest in obesity and bariatric medicine. I am also interested in thyroid, parathyroid, vitamin D and adrenal disorders.

I also have an interest in and am actively involved in both post and undergraduate medical education. I am an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Manchester as well as an undergraduate tutor at Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. In addition to this I am the Mortality lead at my trust.


Clinical Interests


Adrenal disease, Lipid disorders, Type 2 diabetes

Private contact details

Private secretary Alison Barker
Private secretary telephone 0161 922 5189
Private secretary fax 0161 922 5222
Private secretary email alison.barker@tgh.nhs.uk
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Qualification and professional memberships

FRCP / Royal College of Physicians, London / 2015
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians

FRCPE / Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh / 2015
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

MRCP / Royal College of Physicians / 2012
Member of the Royal College of Physicians

The University of Manchester / MD / 2012
Doctor of Medicine

MRCP (UK) / Royal College of Physicians, UK / 2002
Member of the Royal College of Physicians, UK

MBBS / The University of Punjab, Pakistan / 1995
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

BSc / The University of Punjab, Pakistan / 1993
Bachelor of Science


Professional memberships

Royal College of Physicians, London
Society for Endocrinology
Association of British Clinical Diabetologists
Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
Society of Acute Medicine (SAM)


Professional leadership

Undergraduate tutor, Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Mortality Lead, Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Physician, Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Honorary Senior Lecturer, The University of Manchester

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Research and Publication

As a clinical research fellow at the University of Manchester, I gained valuable research experience in the management of diabetic foot problems and diabetic neuropathy. I have written scientific papers and presented research findings both nationally and internationally.


Articles

The incidence of asymptomatic onychomycosis in diabetes mellitus

The diabetic foot

The neuropathic diabetic foot

Recent advances in the diagnosis and management of diabetic neuropathy

Pathogenesis of foot ulcers and the need for offloading

Prevention of diabetic foot ulcers: Holy grail of foot clinics

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Personal Profile

I am a proud father of 4 children. I love travelling around the world. Other interests include chess, badminton and philately.

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