Dr Robert Moisey
Consultant Endocrinologist & General Physician
Practices at: BMI The Huddersfield Hospital
He achieved specialist consultant registration in Diabetes & Endocrinology and General Medicine in 2007 and started as a consultant that year, initially in North Lincolnshire before his current appointment in 2009. He is now a consultant working at the Calderdale and Huddersfield Hospitals. He elected as a Fellow to the Royal College of Physicians in 2017.
He is very happy to undertake telephone or video consultations with patients.
Dr Moisey is very happy to see patients referred by their GP as well as those patients who wish to discuss their symptoms, concerns or treatment without the need for a GP referral.
He was appointed to the senior position of Clinical Director for Medicine at CHFT in 2011 and continued in this role until 2020. He has been promoted to the role of Clinical Lead for the Development and Reconfiguration of Clinical Services at the Hospital. He lives with my wife and three children in Halifax. He enjoys regular trips to Filey and, when he gets the chance, enjoys a few holes of golf at his local course.
Dr Moisey’s clinical practice covers testosterone treatment for men, thyroid and parathyroid disease, chronic tiredness along with pituitary and adrenal disorders. He also has an established service for patients with diabetes. He has expertise in the evaluation and management of testosterone deficiency, something that is becoming increasingly recognised and treated. He offers a clinical assessment along with diagnostics tests and will agree a treatment plan with you. He has strong links with Primary Care and can support patients in having tests through their GP.
Dr Moisey has authored a number of studies in peer review journals on managing testosterone replacement therapy, managing type 2 diabetes on insulin, the impact of diabetes and cardiovascular risk following a heart attack, the impact of growth hormone deficiency on cardiac function and the impact of steroid treatment on blood clotting.
His study on testosterone treatment reported that the dose of testosterone each man requires must be individualised. The dose of testosterone will depend on a number of factors including the weight and overall health of the man. Testosterone can be given as regular injections every 8-14 weeks or as a daily gel that is rubbed into the skin. Choosing the right testosterone treatment for each individual is vital to ensure the best results. Regular monitoring of testosterone levels along with monitoring of symptoms is critical in ensuring each man gets the right dose and gets the most benefit from the treatment.
Dr Moisey runs a busy medico-legal practice. He is regularly instructed by solicitors to provide expert reports on the standard of care given to patients or in circumstances where a personal injury has resulted in a hormone imbalance.
More information can be found on his website: www.medicalexpertreport.co.uk
Symptoms of fatigue/'tiredness'
Irregular Menstrual Periods
Low Testosterone Levels
- Thyroid and parathyroid disease
- Testicular and pituitary disease
- Diabetes and obesity
- General medicine
- British Endocrine Society
- Diabetes UK
- American Endocrine Society
- Association of British Clinical Diabetologists
- Society for Acute Medicine
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians of London
- British Medical Association
- Medical Protection Society
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