Our team of endocrinology experts offers personalized treatment plans for endocrine and metabolism disorders, as well as support services to help you manage your symptoms.
We work directly with your primary care physician and other specialists within Baptist Health to ensure you get the answers you are looking for about your endocrine, metabolic, pituitary or thyroid disorders.
We provide a full range of treatment options.
Some endocrinology disorders can be treated with medication or hormone supplements.
When surgery is needed, we work closely with the neurosurgeons at Miami Neuroscience Institute and surgical oncologists from Miami Cancer Institute. Some endocrine disorders may be treated with interventional radiology, so specialists from Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute may be called to perform certain minimally invasive procedures. These experts provide the most advanced treatments available for disorders and tumors that affect the endocrine system.
If you have disease of the endocrine system, such as adrenal, pituitary, thyroid or parathyroid disease, our specialists can help you take control of your symptoms and your disease.
Our endocrinology team offers care at four locations in the region:
9915 NW 41st Street, Suite 230
Doral, FL 33178
11535 SW 88 Street
Miami, FL 33176
13101 South Dixie Hwy, Suite 400
Pinecrest, FL 33157
1228 South Pine Island Road, Suite 320
Plantation, FL 33324
Meet the Team
Our endocrinology team specializes in endocrinology and metabolism disorders. Our team of physicians and healthcare professions includes:
- Registered Nurses
- Certified Diabetes Educators
- Community Health Professionals
- Support Staff
The most common cause for endocrine or metabolic disorders is the malfunction of the pituitary, adrenal or thyroid glands, or pancreas, which manufacture hormones that keep your body functioning properly. When these glands make too much or too little of their hormone, the body reacts with unusual symptoms.
When your thyroid, the butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of your neck, malfunctions and either produces too much (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism) hormone or develops nodules, an endocrinologist can determine the best treatment.
Often medications to regulate hormone production restore the proper function of the thyroid, improving symptoms of weight fluctuations, restlessness or fatigue, or heart rhythm irregularities.
Noncancerous nodules, which may appear as lumps under the skin on the front of the neck, often need to be surgically removed or shrunk with radioiodine treatments. Both treatments are available at Baptist Health South Florida.