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Dr Paul Jenkins
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Dr Paul Jenkins is a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist practising on London’s world renowned Harley Street.


He qualified with a degree in Medical Sciences at Cambridge University; and undertook his clinical training at The Royal London Hospital. Shortly afterwards he joined the internationally renowned Department of Endocrinology at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, where he gained unrivalled experience in clinical endocrinology. After completing his MD research degree he was appointed as Senior Lecturer and then Reader in Endocrinology and Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist. For over 10 years he also ran the Endocrine service at Homerton University Hospital. Within the Medical School, he was Dean for Pre-Registration Doctors and an enthusiastic teacher of undergraduate students across all years. He led an active research group into the interactions between hormones and cancer and has published 80 peer-reviewed scientific papers in this field as well as writing several books and textbook chapters.


In 2009, he decided to devote more time to clinical work and after 20 years in practice established The London Endocrine Centre where he is the senior consultant. Dr Jenkins has a particular interest in disorders of the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary glands, as well as diabetes. He has also developed considerable expertise in the diagnosis and management of chronic fatigue. He firmly believes in a holistic approach to his patients with his consultations allowing plenty of time to discuss all of their concerns and wishes before fully involving them in a shared approach to their optimum management.

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Special Interests

  • Thyroid disorders
  • Primary Hyperparathyroidism
  • Adrenal and pituitary disease 
  • Male 'menopause'
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Hormone deficiencies
  • Chronic fatigue


  • MA BChir MD Cambridge University & The London Hospital 1988
  • FRCP Royal College of Physicians