Professor Parag Singhal is a consultant physician and endocrinologist. In the field of endocrinology and metabolic medicine, his special interests lie in all aspects of diabetes, including diabetic foot, thyroid disease and reproductive medicine. He is available for consultations and treatment at the private practices of Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital, The Waterside Suite, Weston General Hospital and The Chesterfield Clinic, Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital.
Professor Singhal received his initial medical training in India at Jiwaji University before moving to the UK where he became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians of London in 1995. Following this, he gained further training in the US, after which he received his higher specialist training in Newcastle. He received his postgraduate MPhil at the University of Newcastle in 2002 and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London in 2004. Since 2000 he has worked as a consultant at Weston Hospital, which is part of the Bristol Teaching Hospital.
Professor Singhal has published many research papers. His past research involves insulin resistance and retinopathy.
His main areas of focus are the thyroid and thyroid conditions, especially hypothyroidism. He has a large cohort of patients he has successfully treated using a combination of therapies, and as such he has patients who travel to see him from all over the country for help with their thyroid condition. Professor Singhal as high patient satisfaction scores and has received many awards that reflect his attention to improving patient care.