UT Endocrinology Specialists at Regional One Health

Call (901) 515-3150

Regional One Health Cares For Patients Living With Endocrine-Related Diseases

We evaluate and treat Type I & Type II Diabetes, Thyroid Diseases, Metabolic Disorders, &  Osteoporosis

Hormone imbalances are the underlying reason for a wide range of medical conditions. Don’t trust the delicate balance of your system to just anyone. Definitely, don’t go it alone! We have the expert staff and proven results to manage diabetes, excessive or insufficient production of hormones, some cancers, even problematic menopause or infertility.

Our UT endocrinology specialists work hand-in-hand with the rest of your medical team so you can feel good.

Isn’t feeling good nice?

Did You Know?

Diabetes Can Be Deadly

Diabetes is a major cause of blindness, kidney failure, heart attacks, stroke and lower limb amputation in the US and the world.

For 55% Americans over 50, Osteoporosis and low bone mass are considered to be a major public health threat. 

Diabetes Patients Need Daily Blood Tests

Less than one-third of people with Type 1 Diabetes in the U.S. are consistently achieving target blood-glucose control levels

Meet Our Endocrinology Specialists:

Are you Prediabetic?

Is it possible you may have prediabetes? Get checked out!

There are one of three simple tests you can do with a Regional One Health endocrinologist. An oral glucose tolerance test, a fasting plasma glucose test or a hemoglobin A1C test will let us know where your blood-sugar levels are. Early-detection is the key longevity when it comes to your health.

It’s that easy.

Our Multi-Specialty Clinic is located at our East Campus

Multispecialty Care East
6555 Quince Road
Memphis, TN 38119

Hours:
Mon-Fri X:00 to X:00

Call (901) 515-3150