Diabetes & Endocrine Center
The Lakewood Hospital Diabetes and Endocrine Center focuses on disease management, education and prevention, as well as the treatment of other endocrine disorders. The center is staffed by Cleveland Clinic endocrinologists, diabetes educators, nurses and dietitians who work with you to help you manage your condition.
What are endocrine disorders?
The body’s endocrine system consists of a complex group of glands that produce hormones, which are responsible for controlling everything from reproduction and metabolism to growth and development.
The endocrine system consists of the following glands: thyroid, parathyroid, pancreas, ovaries, testes, adrenal, pituitary and hypothalamus.
Individuals with health problems related to their glands see endocrinologists to help regulate their hormones. Endocrinologists can help restore the normal balance of hormones in the body’s system.
Conditions typically treated by endocrinologists:
- Thyroid disorders (such as hyper and hypothyroidism)
- Metabolic disorders
- Osteoporosis and calcium disorders
- Lipid disorders (triglycerides, cholesterol, HDL and LDL)
- Tumors of the endocrine glands
- Over or under production of hormones
- Erectile dysfunction
For more information about the Lakewood Hospital Diabetes and Endocrine Center, call 216.529.5300 or learn more below.