Services We Provide

Diabetes Care

At ADEA Diabetes Centre, our comprehensive team approach takes on diabetes from all sides, combining ground-breaking medicine, highly specialised care, and lifelong education.

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Thyroid Care

Expert thyroid care for adults and children

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Diabetes and Pregnancy

Pregnancy and having a baby is one of the happiest times in a woman’s life. But, an unfortunate diagnosis of diabetes can make it more stressful. The team at ADEA Diabetes Centre treats pregnant women with diabetes so they can enjoy peace of mind during pregnancy and have a healthy baby

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Diabetes and Foot Care

At ADEA Diabetes Centre, we do all the tests related to Foot Care with special focus on preventive aspect rather than complications.

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Diabetes and Eye Care

Good eyesight helps protect you and allows you to enjoy the beauty in the world. At ADEA Diabetes Center, we’re committed to protecting your eyes for a lifetime.

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Diabetes and Nutritional Care

Our dietitians can provide one on one nutritional care to patients for a variety of conditions and diseases. These include, diabetes, heart disease, digestive disorders, food allergies/intolerances, weight management, and many other diseases and conditions.

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Diabetes and Obesity

Our team of specialists to help you successfully manage your weight and diabetes. Our team will recommend a highly personalised approach to weight loss and support you along the way.

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Diabetes and Cardiovascular

Patients with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease. That’s why we work hard to help our patients lower their risk for developing heart disease and stroke. And, the good news is that lifestyle changes and the right medication can help put them back on track.

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Diabetes and Neurological Care

Preventive and curative aspect of Diabetic Neurological complications are efficiently look after by our expertise team

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Diabetes and Kidney Care

Protecting your kidneys by screening and appropriate team care at ADEA Diabetes Centre

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Diabetes and Surgery

Pre operative, post operative diabetes care in surgical patients as well as minor surgeries are efficiently managed in our centre

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ADEA and Pathology Care

At ADEA Diabetes Centre, We are committed to do all the required tests with high and specific efficiency from reputed labs as a part of our channel partners including the facilities of home collections. For queries : Call : 9748580730 or 9748580882

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ADEA and Pharmacy

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ADEA and Packages

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About The Company

ADEA Diabetes Centre provides patients access to a multidisciplinary team, including endocrinologists, diabetic educators, dieticians and other doctors of different specialties.

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Our Team

Prof. (Dr.) Kaushik Saha

Chairman and Director

MD, DCH, MRCP(Glasgow), FRCP(Glasgow), Diploma in Endocrinology (UK, South Wales), Chief Endocrinologist cum Diabetologist

Dr Dipa Saha

Medical Director and CEO

MD, DO (RIO, Kolkata), FICO (UK), MRCS (Edinburgh), Medical Director, ADEA Diabetic Eye Care

Prof.(Dr) Mrinal Kanti Roy

Consultant Neurologist

Dip Card, MD, DM (Neuro), FIACM, FICP, FRCP (Glasgow), FACP(USA)

Dr. Kumar Sankar Poddar

Consultant Interventional Cardiologist

MD, DM( Cardiology),

Dr Kanai Lal Karmakar

Consultant Nephrologist

MD, DM (Nephro)

Dr Kesab Sil

Consultant Nephrologist

MBBS, DVD, MD (Medicine), DM (Nephrology) Gold Medalist

Dr Sayantani Chakraborty


Shesanso Nag

Podiatrist and Foot Care Specialist

Play in preventing and managing foot complications amongst people with diabetes

Dr Pankaj Kr. Sarkar

Consultant Surgeon

MS9Surgery), FIAGES, Associate Professor

Surupa Saha

MSc (Food & Nutrition) and Clinical Nutritionist

Offers evidence-based Nutritional advice to patients with diabetes while considering factors including nutritional status, obesity, medication, diabetes control and lifestyle.

Kanta Saha

Clinic Coordinator

Responsible for organising and overseeing the daily activities of ADEA Diabetes Centre and other patient care facilities to ensure adequate patient care.

Santu Bhattacharjee

Chief Accountant and Backoffice Manager

Arnab Dhara

Chief Diabetes Educator

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ADEA Diabetes Centre – The Best Diabetes Clinic in Kolkata

What are Diabetology and Endocrinology?

Endocrinology is the study of hormonal disorders. Hormones are responsible for the regulation of metabolism, respiration, growth, reproduction, sensory perception, and movement. Diabetology, on the other hand, is the clinical science of diabetes mellitus, including its diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up. It is considered a specialization of endocrinology.

Avail the Best Diabetic Treatment from ADEA Diabetes Centre

ADEA Diabetes Centre has the best diabetes specialist in Kolkata. Our endocrinologists are experts in metabolic illnesses and can treat diabetes and its complications.

Our Endocrinology and Diabetology Department investigates the relationship between nutrition and human sickness to improve and protect a person's health. Being the Best Diabetes Clinic in Kolkata, we can cure a wide range of endocrine diseases and disorders with the help of our specialists. With our years of experience, we've found that with a balanced diet, regular exercise, and frequent follow-ups with experienced Diabetologists, you may live a very healthy life even if you have diabetes.

The Process We Follow for Diabetic Treatment

As part of our specialized services, we mix cutting-edge technology and highly personalized lifestyle counseling, as well as 1:1 accountability and medical monitoring service, to give the best diabetes treatment in Kolkata. We have successfully used this comprehensive approach (covering nutrition, sleep, stress management/spirituality, exercise, and, if necessary, intermittent fasting) to help control all other chronic illnesses, including type 1 diabetes, PCOS, fatty liver, obesity, slow metabolism, and hypothyroidism.

Contact Nearest Diabetes Clinic in Kolkata and Book an Appointment

If you have diabetes and looking for a reliable diabetes clinic in Kolkata, to receive the best treatment from an experience Diabetologist, please get in touch with us immediately. We are always trying to make things easier for you to reach us. For any information regarding our location, doctors, or services, please feel free to call us at 9748580730 or send us an e-mail at Our mission is to make your visits to the ADEA Diabetes Centre comfortable and pleasurable, as well as to offer you the best diabetes treatment in Kolkata always.


Humans normally control blood sugar (glucose) within a narrow range.  After eating, the pancreas produces a hormone called insulin to help transport glucose from the blood stream to tissues in the body which require energy (e.g. muscle). Diabetes mellitus is a condition where the body is unable to control sugar levels, either because the pancreas does not produce insulin or cannot produce enough to keep glucose levels in check.
After many years, diabetes can lead to other serious problems. These complications include: eye problems, painful sores and infections of the leg or foot, nerve damage, kidney problems, weakened immune system, and an increased risk heart attack or stroke.
There are three types of diabetes:
Type 1, Type 2 and gestational diabetes.
Type 1 diabetes – The pancreas makes little or no insulin. A person with Type 1 diabetes must take insulin injections to survive. This type occurs most often in people who are under 30 years old.

Type 2 diabetes – Insulin is made but it doesn't work as it should. Nine out of 10 people with diabetes have Type 2 diabetes. This type occurs most often in people who are overweight.

Gestational diabetes – Diabetes develops during pregnancy due to an abnormally high of sugar in the mother’s blood. Most women with gestational diabetes don’t remain diabetic after the baby is born. A woman who has had gestational diabetes, though, is at higher risk for developing it again during a future pregnancy and for developing Type 2 diabetes later in life.
You may be at greater risk to develop diabetes if:
You are over age 45.
You developed gestational diabetes or gave birth to a baby that was over 9 pounds.
You lead a sedentary lifestyle.
You are overweight or obese.
You have a family history of diabetes.
You have prediabetes.
Being very thirsty
Urinating often
Feeling very hungry
Feeling very tired
Losing weight without trying
Sores that heal slowly
Dry, itchy skin
Feelings of pins and needles in your feet
Losing feeling in your feet
Blurry eyesight
Some people with diabetes don’t have any of these signs or symptoms. The only way to know if you have diabetes is to have your doctor do a blood test.
Urine analysis
A urine analysis may show high blood sugar. But a urine test alone does not diagnose diabetes. Your health care provider may suspect that you have diabetes if your blood sugar level is higher than 200 mg/dL. To confirm the diagnosis, one or more of the following tests must be done.
Blood tests
Fasting blood glucose test, hemoglobin A1c test, and PPBS are blood test that can be done to diagnose diabetes.
Screening for type 2 diabetes in people who have no symptoms is recommended for: overweight children who have other risk factors for diabetes (starting at age 10), overweight adults (BMI greater than 25) who have other risk factors, and adults over age 45.
If you’re at risk for diabetes, there are some steps you can take to help slow the progression to Type 2 diabetes – or even potentially prevent yourself from developing it at all. These steps include making lifestyle changes, such as choosing healthier foods like lean meats and plenty of fruits and vegetables, and becoming more active. Follow our 6 Steps for Preventing Type 2 Diabetes for more information.
No. A cure for diabetes has not yet been found. However, diabetes can be treated and controlled. Most people with diabetes manage their disease and lead normal lives.
People with diabetes need to work with a team of health care professionals, which includes their doctor, diabetes educator and dietitian. They should also work closely with their doctor for regular checks of eyes, kidneys, feet, blood pressure, blood lipids, body weight and blood glucose levels.
The ADEA Diabetes Centre serves two main purposes. 

The first, and most important, is in providing support to allow patients with diabetes to manage their condition.  Most patients attend a diabetes clinic several times a year, however treatments such as insulin often require decision making several times each day.  The main aim of the ADEA Diabetes Centre is to provide patients with the information and education they require to effectively manage their diabetes.
The second aim of the ADEA Diabetes Centre is to assess for complications of diabetes and ensure appropriate treatment is in place to prevent the development of complications or, when present, to prevent them from progressing. This is achieved by:
            Ensuring blood glucose control is as good as it can be.
            Ensuring blood pressure is within the normal range and, if not, starting appropriate treatment for blood pressure control.
            Checking for protein in the urine - this can be an early sign of kidney damage and may be treated effectively with blood pressure lowering medication.
             Annual foot examination to ensure there are no problems with sensation or blood supply.
            Annual eye screening (by retinal photography) to detect any early signs of eye complications (known as retinopathy). Sometimes, where retinopathy has developed, patients benefit from specialist input from our ADEA Diabetes Centre.

a) Provide total and comprehensive diabetic care i.e. not only routine treatment of diabetes but also of its various complications.

b) Provide this modern and efficient diabetes service right in the heart of Kolkata so that the facilities could be made available to a larger section of the population.