The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology evaluates and treats disorders of the endocrine system in children, including growth problems, pubertal development, thyroid disorders and diabetes. Since these diseases can affect the lives of the entire family, counselors and specialists are also part of a team that helps children and families deal with every aspect of the disease.
Some of the pediatric endocrine disorders we treat are:
Our outpatient clinics operate five days each week, seeing approximately 2,500 patients each year. Patients in Eastern Kentucky with diabetes mellitus can visit one of our traveling clinics devoted exclusively to the treatment and management of the disease.
We have a team of specialists who travel to clinics throughout the state to see established patients with diabetes mellitus closer to home.
Traveling clinics are for children who have already established cared in our Lexington office. Clinics are located in:
Knox County Health Department261 Hospital DriveBarbourville KY 40906Phone: 606-546-3486
Wayne County Health Department1020 S. Main St.Monticello KY 42633Phone: 606-348-9349
Pike County Health Department119 River DrivePikeville KY 41501Phone: 606-437-5500
Leslie K. Scott, PhD, APRN, CDE
Debra Howard, APRN
Request an appointment online or call 859-323-6211
Kentucky ClinicSecond Floor, Wing D740 S. LimestoneLexington KY 40536-0298Directions >
Kentucky ClinicDivision of Pediatric Endocrinology740 S. Limestone, J464Lexington KY 40536-0298Phone: 859-323-5404Fax: 859-323-8179
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