The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes provides diagnostic consultation and advanced therapies for children and adolescents with endocrine and metabolic diseases. Our goal is to provide personalized care of the highest quality to all children and adolescents seeking our advice. To that end, we take pride in our unique multidisciplinary family-centered services and education programs and close collaborations with referring physicians and other caregivers.
Our faculty and fellows provide consultative care to patients with the entire range of hormonal and metabolic endocrine disorders on the inpatient ward and in daily outpatient clinics at Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center, Lenox Baker Children’s Hospital, and Duke Children's and WakeMed Children's Specialty Services. We maintain clinics for children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance, as well as a comprehensive lipid clinic for children that is staffed jointly with nutrition. We also direct multidisciplinary clinics for transgender children and for those with differences of sexual development and oversee care for children with genetic endocrine and metabolic disorders, Turner’s and Noonan’s syndrome, Cushing syndrome, polycystic ovary syndrome, and osteogenesis imperfecta.
A comprehensive description of all of our pediatric endocrinology clinical services, locations, and appointment information is available on Duke Children's.