Diabetes and Endocrine Centre (MOP 2)
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Diabetes and Endocrine Centre (MOP 2)


This clinic is located on the ground floor of the Outpatients Department.

Opening Hours

Clinics are open from Monday to Friday between 7.00 a.m. and 3.30 p.m., and on Saturday between 7.00am and 12.00pm.


MOP2 Clinics specialise in diabetes, however, consultants also see patients suffering from other medical conditions.
A number of employees, including nurses look after patients while they visit the clinic. 


MOP2 clinic may be contacted on telephone number +356 25454450.

How to make an appointment with MOP2 clinic

  • A new case appointment must be made through the Main Reception at MDH, by means of a referral from a general practitioner.
  • Follow-up appointments are arranged scheduled at the clinic and are written on the blue ticket.
  • An urgent appointment, be it a new case or a follow-up, must first be discussed between the referring doctor and the consultant concerned.
  • Appointments to and from other consultants have to be referred via a consultation form.

Referral to other clinics (Podiatry, Orthotics, Physiotherapy, Dietician)


If the patient is a Diabetic but does not yet attend the Diabetes Clinic, the patient makes an appointment with the Podiatry Department (extension number 4452), by presenting a referral letter from his/her doctor.
If the patient is diabetic and already attends the clinic, s/he is referred directly from MOP 2 to a Podologist and the appointment is noted on the blue ticket by the doctor.
If the patient is not diabetic, s/he has must refer to a Health Centre and presents a referral letter from a general practitioner.

Orthotics: A patient is referred to the Orthotics Department by the Podiatry Department with a referral from the Podologist signed by Dr.Kevin Cassar.


A patient is referred for physiotherapy by a doctor at the MOP 2 clinic with an apposite referral.

Dietician Service:

There are currently two dieticians attending the clinic, Ms Maria Schembri and Mr. Joe Sammut. A patient can be referred to a dietician by his family doctor and by presenting a referral.

Renewal of cards

Diabetes Treatment can be approved free of charge on a Schedule II Card (Pink Card). However, in order to be issued a Pink Card by the Social Services, a form must be completed by a doctor at the Diabetes Clinic. This document is only issued to those patients who attend the Diabetes Clinic. Due to the long appointments waiting list, for the Diabetes Clinic, the forms are currently being filled beforehand to first time patients. The patients are referred to the clinic by their general practitioner or by a doctor who serves at a Health Centre who should complete a referral, specifying the treatment that the patient takes.
Schedule V, Schedule II and DTC permit renewals and enquiries are managed by Ms. Rose Zarb (Senior Clerk).