Lourdes Endocrinology
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Lourdes Endocrinology

  • Specialty Care
Hours
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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About Us
At Lourdes Endocrinology in Binghamton, New York, our care team delivers care and education programs that are right for you.

Helping you manage your diabetes

Our team of doctors, certified diabetes educators, nurses and registered dietitians at Lourdes Endocrinology are here to help. We offer care for adults with pre-diabetes symptoms, type 1 and 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, and other endocrine disorders. Working with your primary care doctor and endocrinology specialist, we deliver personalized care for your needs.

Caring for your diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that can affect other parts of your health. At Lourdes Endocrinology, we have a network of doctors working with our diabetes care teams to deliver specialty care for heart disease, kidney failure, nerve pain, eyesight changes, and hard-to-heal foot and skin ulcers.

Lourdes Endocrinology offers a variety of services to help you make important lifestyle changes and learn the skills necessary to stay healthy, including:

  • Learn about diabetes, glucose monitoring devices and apps
  • Understand your body’s cues for insulin, diabetes medications, and healthy food choices
  • Follow an effective meal plan and activity routine that’s right for you
  • Learn how diabetes can affect stress levels and mood changes

A doctor’s referral is needed to register for our program.

If you are experiencing a diabetes-related medical emergency, go to the nearest ER and call 9-1-1.

Understanding diabetes symptoms

Managing health risk factors can help prevent pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes. We offer one-on-one nutrition counseling and group classes. Your diabetes care program is personalized for your type of diabetes, symptoms, and diabetes-related conditions, such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and changes to your vision.

Diabetes care close to home

Lourdes Endocrinology offers diabetes care services near you. If you or a family member has a family history of diabetes, talk to your doctor about how to prevent diabetes.