John C Stevenson

Consultant Endocrinologist

Prof Stevenson is a highly experienced Endocrinologist with specialist interests in the prevention of coronary heart disease and management of menopause, osteoporosis and metabolic bone diseases.


Prof Stevenson has clinics at the Royal Brompton Hospital, where he jointly established the UKs first Female Heart Disease Clinic. He also holds clinics at the Royal Brompton Specialist Care centre on Wimpole Street in the Harley Street area and at the Woking Nuffield Hospital in Surrey.

Prof John C Stevenson, MB BS, FRCP, FESC, MFSEM is a Consultant Physician and Endocrinologist at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London, Reader in Metabolic Medicine at Imperial College London, and Visiting Professor, Belgrade School of Medicine. 

Prof Stevenson has clinical expertise in:
- Menopause and HRT
- Coronary heart disease prevention
- Insulin resistance
- Cholesterol problems
- Calcium problems
- Osteoporosis and metabolic bone diseases
- Thyroid disorders
- General endocrine problems

He qualified in medicine at King’s College Hospital Medical School, London, in 1972 and undertook training in general medicine in London and Southampton. He completed his specialist training in Endocrinology and Metabolism at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London, where he developed a particular interest in calcium and bone metabolism, and their regulation by sex steroids. He subsequently extended his research and expertise into the effects of sex hormone deficiency and replacement both on the skeleton and on the cardiovascular system as Director of a Medical Research Institute in Imperial College London. In 1993, he jointly established the first Female Heart Disease Clinic in the UK at the Royal Brompton Hospital.

Academic research
He has presented his research extensively, with over 450 scientific publications including 11 textbooks, and lectures at scientific meetings and congresses throughout the world. He is an active member of several scientific societies, and has served on various committees and editorial boards. His current interests include the interrelation of cardiovascular disease risk factors and their modification by therapeutic means, as well as the effects of menopause on the heart and the skeleton.

Honorary posts and appointments
- Chairman of the charity Women’s Health Concern
- Trustee of the British Menopause Society
- Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology
- Foundation Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (UK)
- Executive Committee Member of the International Society of Gynecological endocrinology

Scientific Journals
- Editorial Board Member, Osteoporosis International
- Editorial Board Member, Climacteric
- Editorial Board Member, Postreproductive Health

Past appointments
- Past Chairman of the British Menopause Society
- Past Treasurer of the UK Bone Research Society
- Past Executive Committee Member of the International Menopause Society
- Past non-US Section Head, Cardiovascular diseases in women (reproductive and post-reproductive age), Women’s Health, Faculty of 1000 Medicine
- Past Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the National Osteoporosis Society (UK)
- Past member of the Medical Research Council (UK) Advisory Board
- Past Editor of Maturitas

Personal details
He has been happily married to Bonnie, previously a Nursing Sister, since 1977. They have 3 children.
Ben is a BSc graduate working as an area manager for Flight Centre UK. He is married to Claire with three daughters, Jessica, Molly and Annabel.
Tom is a Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy, training to be an orthopaedic surgeon in the Oxford Deanery. He is married to Naomi with a son, Monty, and a daughter, Delilah.
Emily is a BA drama graduate from the University of Hull running her own business, Animal Elves. She is married to Noah with a daughter, Lily.
The family is completed by Barney (a flat coated retriever), Nelson and Toby (two British Short-hair cats).
He is an honorary Vice-President and past honorary Medical Officer to Esher Rugby Football Club (an overriding sporting interest!).

Prof John C Stevenson
Royal Brompton Hospital
Sydney Street
London SW3 6NP


Secretary (Shelley):
020 7351 8112