Dr.Mustafa Khan qualified in Medicine in 1997 from Dr.B.A.Marathwada University, India.He moved to UK in 2001 and undertook postgraduate medical training at various hospitals. His basic specialist training was at the Lincoln County Hospital where he did his Senior House Officer medical rotation for 3 years and received MRCP in 2006.He then worked at the Cheltenham General hospital as a Clinical Fellow (Registrar) in Endocrinology and Diabetes for 2 years. Dr.Khan subsequently joined the Cambridge rotation in the East of England deanery to receive higher specialist training in Endocrinology and Diabetes for the next 5 years.
During his training he worked at Addenbrookes University Hospital, Cambridge, Luton and Dunstable Hospital and Bedford Hospital. He obtained MRCP (Endocrinology and Diabetes) in Feb 2014 pursuant to his CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) in the specialty.He has also done postgraduate diploma in diabetes from Cardiff University. Dr.Khan was appointed as a Consultant Physician in Endocrinology and Diabetes at Bedford Hospital in Feb 2014.His clinical practice includes management of a wide range of endocrine disorders as well as acute medical inpatients.
His main areas of interest are management of diabetes in young people, transitional care for diabetes and endocrine problems, insulin pump treatment and management of thyroid, parathyroid and pituitary disorders. Dr.Khan runs general diabetes and endocrine clinics, young adult diabetes clinics and a transition clinic for young people with diabetes along with paediatrician at Bedford Hospital.
He is available to see at both the Manor Hospital in Bedford and The Saxon Clinic in Milton Keynes. Appointments can be booked via the link above or by calling the hospitals directly.