Dr Martin Whyte Training, Qualifications and Research
Dr Whyte qualified in medicine in 1998 from King’s College London, having previously been awarded a Bachelor of Science degree during his studies. He undertook general and specialist training in Diabetes & Endocrinology in London, including King’s College, Guy’s Hospital and St.Thomas’ Hospitals. His PhD was awarded in 2010 for the study of insulin action in critical illness. Since 2012 he has combined his clinical duties in general medicine and diabetes at King’s College Hospital, with a Senior Clinical Lecturer position at the University of Surrey. He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians and sits on the examination committee at the Royal College. He has published widely in the field of diabetes, fatty liver disease and metabolic medicine. Dr Whyte has a keen interest in general medicine and also sees patients for general health checks and for cardiovascular risk assessment.
Dr Whyte's academic interest is in obesity, type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. His publications are available here.
Providing you with the best care
The Out-Patient suite on the third floor of the Guthrie Wing contains our experienced team. If you need blood tests they can be done in the clinic. All specialist endocrine investigations can be performed on site and usually analysed at King's or within King's Health Partners. Our team will co-ordinate your investigations to ensure you get investigated quickly and appropriately. We have a fully equipped department of diagnostic imaging - including multidetector-CT, US, MRI, nuclear medicine with SPECT and PET-CT; endoscopy, vascular laboratory, lung function laboratory and department for cardiovascular investigations.
Dr Martyn Whyte MBBS BSc PhD MAcadMedEd
Consultant Endocrinologist in London.
Dr Whyte is an experienced Diabetologist, Metabolic and Acute Physician at London's King's College Hospital. He also manages obesity, NASH, thyroid and parathyroid disease, hypertension, cholesterol and dyslipidaemia, metabolic disease and cardiovascular risk.
If you are acutely unwell Dr Whyte can look after you in our dedicated in-patient facility on Guthrie Ward. He works with the team of specialist nurses, therapists, pharmacists, dieticians and speech and language therapists. The Service is fully supported by our world leading laboratories and diagnostic imaging. Please contact us and I, or a suitable consultant colleague, can arrange your care.