Gerry Rayman

  • Consultant Physician
  • The Diabetes Centre and Diabetes Research Unit, East Suffolk and North East NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hon. Professor University of East Anglia and University of Suffolk
  • Associate Lecturer Cambridge University

Gerry Rayman is a Consultant Physician at the Diabetes and Endocrine Centre, Ipswich Hospitals NHS Trust, Hon Professor at University of East Anglia, Visiting Professor at the University of Suffolk and Associate Lecturer at Cambridge University. He contributes to research into complications of diabetes, particularly foot complications, new technologies in diabetes care including devices and diabetes education.

He has been the clinical lead for Diabetes UK’s ‘Putting Feet First’ campaign and has contributed to NICE guidelines on the diabetic foot (CG10, CG119 NG 19) and the NCEPOD recommendations on lower limb amputations and perioperative care. He has been the NHS Diabetes Clinical lead for diabetes in-patient care and foot disease. He is the STP lead for diabetes in Suffolk and NE Essex. He is the innovator and lead of the National Diabetes Inpatient Audit. He is past President of the Endocrine and Diabetes Section of the Royal Society of Medicine, Chair of DiabetesUK’s Clinical Study Group in Acute Care, Clinical lead of DiabetesUK’s inpatient initiative and the Getting it Right First Time co-lead for Diabetes aimed at improving diabetes care in England.