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Dr Nida Chammas, Consultant Endocrinologist

Specialist Details
Full name

Dr Nida Chammas




Consultant Endocrinologist


Endocrinology and diabetes, General Medicine

Site specialisation
Site specialisation 2
Clinical interests

Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, antenatal diabetes care, insulin pump, diabetic neuropathy and the diabetic foot, all diabetic emergencies and complications. General and complex endocrine patients, hypothalamus and pituitary patients, obesity, thyroid, parathyroid and calcium disorders, adrenal and gonadal dysfunction,diabetic foot, polycystic ovary syndrome, hirsutism, amenorrhoea and electrolyte disturbances. 

Background Information

An accomplished consultant physician in Diabetes, Endocrinology, Acute and General Medicine, Dr Chammas has extensive clinical experience gained in busy district general hospitals and teaching hospitals such as Hammersmith, UCLH and King's College Hospital. She has also undertaken additional training in the field of reproductive endocrinology at UCLH and obtained a postgraduate award in insulin pump therapy from Warwick University. 
Dr Chammas has a strong research background, including an MSc in Endocrinology and Diabetes at King's. She has also undertaken valuable research in the Diabetic Foot Clinic at King's, with results presented internationally and is currently undertaking further research into the management of the diabetic foot, having successfully applied for CLAHRC funding, with colleagues and collaborators. 
Dr Chammas is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer for Imperial College and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians where she develops questions for the College examinations.

Languages spoken

English, Arabic

Regular Cromwell clinics


Clinic days

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Appointments telephone number

020 7460 5700

Additional Career Information
Year qualified



British Endocrine Society, British Fertility Society, Diabetes UK

NHS hospitals

West Middlesex


Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer (Imperial College)

Research interests

Diabetic foot - clinical lead for NIHR CLAHRC funded DIAFOOT project  at West Middlesex University Hospital

Key published papers

Chammas NK, Hill R, Foster A, Edmonds ME. Is neuropathic ulceration the key to understanding increased mortality due to Ischaemic heart disease in diabetic foot patients? A population approach using a proportionate model. Journal of International Medical Research 2002; 30: 553-559. 
NK Chammas, JD Teale, JD Quin. Insulinoma: How reliable is the biochemical evidence? Ann Clin Biochem 2003, 40: 689-93. 
Chammas NK, Chambers SM, Harris PE. The GnRH test in the assessment of patients with pituitary and parapituitary lesions. Results of a 5-year retrospective study. Pituitary (2008) 11:271-278. 
Chammas NK and Harris PE. Lymphocytic Hypophysitis: something old, something new. CME Bulletin Endocrinology and Diabetes. 2000; 3: 49-51. 
Chammas NK and Shotliff KP. Blood pressure or glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Update 2002; 64: 154 - 163. 


Media coverage

Our consultants regularly contribute to hospital publications, as well as national newspaper articles and television coverage.