Endocrinologists on the medical staff at Carrollton Regional Medical Center study and treat problems with the glands. People see endocrinologists for a variety of reasons. Common reasons include thyroid diseases, metabolic disorders, menopause, osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease, hypertension, lipid disorders, and most commonly, diabetes.
Carrollton Regional Medical Center is committed to ongoing research, innovative treatment and the development of management programs to help treat diabetes.
Some common conditions treated by endocrinologists on the medical staff include:
High blood cholesterol and triglycerides
Parathyroid calcium disorders
Pituitary and adrenal disorders
The Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs offered at Carrollton Regional Medical Center provide a variety of diabetes education. The self-management education programs cover topics that are key to living successfully with diabetes.
At Carrollton Regional Medical Center, we offer islet cell transplant for people with chronic pancreatitis. We are the first hospital in the southwest to perform islet cell transplantation for people with type 1 diabetes, as well as chronic pancreatitis.