dr-philip-kelly

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Written by a private patient at King's College Hospital
23rd May 2023


I had a terrible experience during a consultation with Dr Kelly. He did not offer me any specialist advice and instead ignored my medical history, belittled my experience and gave advice which my GP has since said is incorrect. I was offered expensive generic options to try (that you can find on a Google) but told they were unlikely to help me. When I was not interested in investing £300+ in these I was told there is not much he can do and told to read a book on an unrelated condition instead. My GP has given me more specialist advice than Dr Kelly and I would strongly advise you not to waste your money. My appointment was also nearly an hour late which the receptionist said is a very common occurrence. I really regret booking with Dr Kelly. It has been a step backwards in trying to find a solution to my condition. I have since tried to contact the office and been ignored.

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Written by a private patient at King's College Hospital
26th January 2022


Dr. Kelly is godsent. Finding him shortly after relocating to the UK was exactly what I needed at the right time to help me work towards getting healthy after my diagnosis. He is kind, professional, attentive, empathetic, friendly and his bedside manner is impeccable. He answered all my questions and i never felt afraid or shy to ask questions or seek clarification on any issue. He was responsive at all times even on text messages and email and gave me confidence. I was reassured and went through treatment without any fear and with a firm belief that I would recover fully. To say he is an excellent doctor is an understatement and for me, he has set a high standard for what a good doctor is and I hope future medical providers will be half as good as him. I am grateful to have met Dr. Kelly and worked with him towards getting healthy. Akosua.

30th January 2022
Response from Dr Philip Kelly

Thank you so much. You are extremely kind to have left a review, and even more so to say this. It was a pleasure and I am grateful you let me look after you.

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Written by a private patient at 25 Harley Street
28th June 2021


Dr Kelly is very professional which put me at ease. Everything went smooth, I was able to ask questions throughout the appointment.

3rd July 2021
Response from Dr Philip Kelly

Thank you very much for your feedback, it is very generous of you to have left it.

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Written by a carer at 25 Harley Street
19th August 2020


My mother had multiple symptoms post a stroke, thankfully successful thrombolysis occurred. She has type 2 diabetes, hypertension and recently diagnosed with persistent AFIB. She is seeing a cardiologist and has been seen by a urologist, gastroenterologist and a stroke specialist. With urinary, GI issues and low energy levels we were looking for a consultant who would be able to look at mother holistically. The urologist suggested that mother could benefit from seeing an endocrinologist. It is perhaps the first time I have truly appreciated how diabetes, cardiovascular, urology health and general well being is so connected. And indeed it's relation to stroke risk. This is where Dr Kelly is particularly suited. His endocrinology specialism and general medicine credentials means there is someone to offer my mother overall expert care and direction and keep a close specialist eye on her diabetes and interrelated diseases. He has already prescribed something for bladder control and tweaking medication to ascertain impact on energy levels and keeping an eye on HBA1C levels in a couple of months. I think certainly worthwhile for those patients at risk, but otherwise well, to invest in a consultation to mitigate those risks that can come about from diabetes, and to supplement those far too quick local GP consultations that have understandably become a reality of modern public health services. I recommend him wholeheartedly and wish all his patients good health.

1st October 2020
Response from Dr Philip Kelly

Thank you very much for your feedback, it is really very kind of you to have taken the trouble.

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Written by a patient at 25 Harley Street
13th August 2020


One of the best doctors in London, - very professional and friendly, which makes you feel at ease straight away. What sets him apart is his approach to looking at the underlying causes of the health issues rather than treating the symptoms only, as well as patiently explaining you about the treatment plan promptly answering your questions.

14th August 2020
Response from Dr Philip Kelly

Thank you very much for this feedback and review. It is extremely kind.

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Specialises in

  • Internal (General) Medicine
  • Endocrinology
  • Acute Medicine

Profile

I am an experienced consultant endocrinologist, thyroid specialist and general physician with clinical expertise with thyroid dysfunction, tumours and goitre, thyroid disease and conception and pregnancy, the investigation of fatigue and adrenal disease, pituitary disorders including prolactin problems, and endocrine causes of infertility. I also diagnose and manage diabetes (mostly type 2), lipids, hypertension, metabolism, iron deficiency and anaemia. I will also work to understand you and your problems, and deliver a high quality, easily accessible service. I offer rapid access to investigations, alongside up-to-date information and support.

I graduated in Medicine at The London Hospital Medical College and undertook specialist training in endocrinology, diabetes mellitus and general and acute internal medicine at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Hospitals. Alongside my clinical training I undertook research in the endocrinology of colon cancer and gained an MD from the University of London in 2010.

I have been a Consultant Physician to King’s College Hospital since 2013 and have been both Clinical Lead and Clinical Director of Acute Medicine across King's at Denmark Hill and The Princess Royal University Hospitals and currently co-lead the Medicine and Integrated Care Clinical Academic Group at King's Health Partners. My clinical interests are in general and specialist endocrinology, thyroid dysfunction, goitre and tumours, the natural or early menopause, diabetes mellitus, lipid disorders, hypertension, the diagnosis and management of anaemia, infections of the lungs, urinary tracts and central nervous system, and the diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism and its consequences on cardio-respiratory health. I also see patients for general health checks and in particular reducting in the risk of heart and cardiovascular disease.

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