Temple Health Center City offers high-quality endocrinology services and easy-to-schedule appointments. Services provided at the Center City office include diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of endocrine disorders. 

Conditions Treated

Endocrine conditions treated at Center City include:
  • Diabetes
  • Pituitary gland disorders
  • Thyroid conditions, including cancer and nodules
  • Adrenal disorders
  • Lipid disorders
  • Osteoporosis and other calcium/bone metabolism disorders
  • Male hormonal issues

A Range of Testing and Treatment Options

The first step in treating an endocrine disorder is to properly diagnose it. The Temple endocrinology team has many tools to test for and accurately diagnose a problem. Once diagnosed, treatment options can range from medications to surgery depending on the type of disorder. In many cases, the Temple endocrinology team will work with other specialists to provide care – including surgeons, otolaryngologists, radiologists, cardiologists, oncologists and others.

An Emphasis on Patient Education

Endocrine disorders can be complicated, and treatment can often involve a big change in lifestyle. That is why Temple's endocrinology team puts a strong emphasis on educating patients about their disease. Team members are readily available to answer questions concerning treatments, conditions or procedures. The more patients know about their condition, the better they can take part in their care.

To schedule an appointment with an endocrinologist at Temple Health Center City, click here or call 215-707-4600.
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