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Diabetes & Endocrinology

Among the Nation’s Best

Saint Luke’s is proud to be recognized by U.S. News & World Report for our diabetes and endocrinology care.

Now Accepting Patients

Find a board-certified endocrinologist close to home, with offices in Lee’s Summit, southern Johnson County, and the Plaza.

Let us help chart your course

Saint Luke’s offers complete diabetes and endocrinology education and care at locations throughout the region.

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Treating diabetes and endocrine disorders can be a complex undertaking because every patient experiences a unique set of symptoms and potential complications. At Saint Luke’s Diabetes & Endocrinology Centers, highly specialized teams will help guide you along a course of treatment that is right for you.

Our comprehensive diabetes and endocrinology care includes:

  • Diabetes Self Management Training by certified diabetes educators—and recognized by the American Diabetes Association
  • Treatment for diabetes patients of all ages—including a fellowship-trained pediatric endocrinologist who helps young patients transition to adult care
  • Advanced treatments for patients with thyroid disease, osteoporosis, and pituitary tumors
  • Direct access to specialty services, such as cardiology, podiatry, weight-loss surgery, and more

Common conditions

Saint Luke’s provides treatment for the full range of diabetes and endocrine disorders. Some of the most common conditions we see include:

Diabetes education

Our Diabetes Education Centers provide easy access for patients who are newly diagnosed with diabetes, pre-diabetes, or those seeking additional help managing diabetes. We offer a range of classes and programs aimed at either supporting clinical care or as separate resources to promote a healthy lifestyle. When patients are referred to a Saint Luke's Diabetes Education Center, their primary care doctors are able to remain fully involved with their care. Family members are also encouraged to attend to provide additional support.

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Diabetes Centers
Endocrinology Practices

 

  • 11/13/2017 - 1:30pm
    Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City - Medical Plaza III

    Learn how to prevent diabetes by making simple changes. Our experts will show you:

    • How to read food labels and make healthier choices

    • What a healthy food portion really looks like

    • How to incorporate exercise into your daily routine

    • Which risk factors contribute to diabetes

    Each paid registrant may bring one support person at no charge. Cost is $40/person