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Members of the Team

Prof David Segal (david@endo.co.za) dr segal

Prof Segal studied medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand and graduated in 1993. Some time was spent in the UK before starting a residency at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital, in Cleveland Ohio from 1997 to 2000. From there he moved West to complete a Fellowship in Paediatric Endocrinology at Riley Children’s Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana graduating in 2003. He has had his own practice since 2003.

Dr Kerry Marran (kerry@endo.co.za) dr kerry marran

Dr Marran is also a Wits graduate and then spent time in New Zealand before returning to South Africa to complete a fellowship in Paediatrics and then a fellowship in Paediatric Endocrinology, graduating in 2010. Dr Marran is the current head of paediatric Endocrinology at Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic hospital and consults through our office on a part time basis.

Jinty Segal (jinty@endo.co.za) jinty segal

Jinty is a paediatric nurse by qualification and also worked in the USA. Jinty is our practice manager and handles the day to day logistics in the pharmacy.

Annie Deijs (annie@endo.co.za) annie deijs

Annie is an ICU trained nurse with a special interest in diabetes. Annie comfortably manages our patients with diabetes, from babies to grandparents.

Alet van Schaik (alet@endo.co.za) alet van schaik

Alet is a Registered Dietitian by qualification with a special interest in diabetes. Alet is actively involved with the Youth With Diabetes organisation.

Deidre Maritz (admin@endo.co.za)deidre maritz

Deidre is the face and the voice of the front office. Deidre is a welcome addition to the practice with superb organizational skills, a friendly smile and a kind and gentle voice.



A paediatric endocrinologist and diabetologist is a doctor who specializes in the function of the glands and hormones in a child’s body. Some of the major endocrine glands include the pituitary and hypothalamus, the thyroid and parathyroid, adrenal glands, gonads (testes and ovaries) and the pancreas.

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