During the height of COVID-19, Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital in suburban Cleveland expressed a need for endocrinology services. At that time, adding an endocrinologist on site was not feasible, so a virtually enabled care system was developed. This technology connected specialists from the main campus and regional hospitals to the South Pointe patients who …Read More
Shared Medical Appointments
Shared medical appointments at the heart of a novel Cleveland Clinic program for morbidly obese patients who want to avoid bariatric surgery.
Multidisciplinary Adrenal Clinic
Patient case study highlights the accessibility of Cleveland Clinic’s adrenal disease experts.
Bariatric Surgery Has Persistent Benefits for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
A Cleveland Clinic study shows bariatric surgery is a highly effective treatment for type 2 diabetes in obese patients. Results found all participants free of insulin and many free from diabetic drugs 3 years after surgery.
2015 Diabetes and Thyroid Update at Cleveland Clinic Florida
Register now for Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Diabetes and Thyroid Update, Feb. 20–21, 2015. Learn about the latest advances in diagnostic tests, therapies and surgical technologies affecting patient care.
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Management of Hyperthyroidism in the Older Adult
In older adults, aging and chronic illness can mask symptoms of hyperthyroidism. Discover best practices for diagnosing and managing Graves’ disease, toxic multimodal goiter, toxic adenoma and subclinical hypothyroidism.
TP/AIT Significantly Improves Pain and QOL Measures in Appropriately Selected Patients with CP
A Cleveland Clinic study finds total pancreatectomy with auto islet transplantation (TP/AIT) is a viable treatment option in carefully selected patients with chronic pancreatitis (CP).
Patient-Centered Medical Homes: A New Model of Care for People with Chronic Conditions
A new model of care that creates a strong support network for chronically ill patients is underway at Cleveland Clinic. It is empowering nurses, streamlining appointments and improving patient outcomes.