Dr Sobia Arshad is a consultant endocrinologist based in south London, who specialises in thyroid disorders, prenatal endocrinology and gestational diabetes alongside weight management, endocrine causes of infertility and metabolic syndrome. She privately practises at The Sloane Hospital while her NHS base is King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Dr Arshad is a highly-qualified expert committed to hard work and dedication in order to achieve excellence in quality of care, alongside research, education and training. She treats patients, both those who require overnight stays and in outpatient clinical settings, for various other endocrinology conditions including Addison's disease, hyperaldosteronism (Conn's syndrome) and phaeochromocytoma as well as hypothyroidism.
Dr Arshad was awarded an MBBS from the University of Punjab. She also has two MRCP qualifications from the Royal College of Physicians, one in medicine and the other in endocrinology. She went on to complete her further specialist training in Kent and Sussex.
Dr Arshad's clinical research has been published in various peer-reviewed journals, while she has also shared her leading knowledge at various local and national seminars, conferences and patient support group meetings. She is the chair of the Thyroid Multidisciplinary Team Meeting at Princess Royal University Hospital, Bromley, and passes on her clinical experience as a mentor and tutor of postgraduate students.
Dr Arshad is a member of the Royal College of Physicians (London), Diabetes UK and the British Thyroid Foundation (BTF) alongside the Association of British Clinical Diabetologists, Society for Endocrinology (SFE/BES) and Endocrine Society. Furthermore, she has membership of the Young Diabetologists & Endocrinologists' Forum.