Dr Tabitha Randell

Tabitha has been a consultant paediatrician since 2003. She graduated from Manchester Medical School in 1992 with an MBChB degree and further qualified as MRCP(UK) in 1996 and FRCPCH in 2005.

After completing specialist paediatric training in the West Midlands and Sydney, Australia, Tabitha worked as a consultant paediatrician at Stafford General Hospital from March 2003 to October 2005. She then became consultant in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes at Nottingham University Hospitals in October 2005, and is the Deputy Head of Service for Nottingham Children’s Hospital.

Dr Randell was instrumental in introducing a best practice tariff for paediatric diabetes in 2011/12 to incentivise the delivery of high-quality care to all children with diabetes.

Dr Tabitha Randell's current roles

  • Consultant in Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes at Nottingham Children's Hospital

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Dr David Unwin

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Dr Peter Foley

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Eliana Witchell

Optimising health with nutrition and lifestyle

Dr Jen Unwin

Improving health and resilience through hope

Dr Kesar Singh Sadhra

Approaches to diabetes management in the South Asian population

Professor Roger Gadsby MBE

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Dr Chris Gillespie

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Tara Kelly

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Dr Charles Fox

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June James

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