Endocrinology and Diabetes Care at Boulder Medical Center
Evaluation and Treatment of the Endocrine System in Boulder and Louisville, Colorado
Telemedicine and In-person appointments. Call (303) 666-2640 to schedule.
Important Notice: Beginning Monday, August 10, 2020, Dr. Lerner’s clinic will be located at Boulder Medical Center-Foothills. The new address is 4745 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 200 in Boulder.
Endocrinology is the study and treatment of the endocrine system, which is the network of glands and hormones that affect every process in your body. The endocrine system guides metabolism, respiration, reproduction, sensory perception, bone structure and movement.
An endocrinologist can be involved in diagnosing and treating a wide spectrum of conditions, including diabetes, thyroid problems, osteoporosis and more. Endocrinologist specialists will often assume responsibility for new areas of study that do not clearly fit into other medical categories. For instance, an endocrinologist can focus on the role that hormones play in osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases. Many future areas of study are on the horizon for endocrinology, such as effective treatments for obesity and the study of aging.
Conditions that the Boulder Medical Center endocrinology department addresses include:
- Osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases
- Reproductive glands
New Patient Information
If you are a new patient, please print and complete the New Patient Intake Form and bring it with you to your first appointment. We also encourage new patients to bring your medical records or fax them to us at 303-440-3209.
For All Patients
Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your medical appointment so that you have plenty of time to check in. Starting August 30, 2017 we are requiring all of our patients to present their government issued photo identification and insurance during check-in. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
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