Expert Management of Diabetes & Related Disorders
Led by an experienced team of clinicians and scientists, the University Hospitals Diabetes and Metabolic Care Center offers ongoing care, management, and education for diabetes, obesity and related conditions. As a comprehensive, multidisciplinary medical center, we provide our patients access to a talented team of compassionate specialists that includes endocrinologists, diabetes care and education specialists, weight loss specialists, nurse practitioners and specialty pharmacists.
Make an Appointment
To schedule a consult with a diabetes and metabolic care specialist, please call 216-286-8988.
The UH Diabetes and Metabolic Care Center consists of a dedicated team of endocrinologists, scientists, certified diabetes care and education specialists, dietitians, nurses and a dedicated pharmacist.
Resources include patient education, webinars, and our blog.
Why Choose the UH Diabetes and Metabolic Care Center?
We seek to empower people living with diabetes, obesity and related conditions to live longer, higher-quality lives through meeting optimal self-management outcomes. As the rates of diabetes and obesity continue to rise in the United States, we are dedicated to addressing this epidemic head-on by utilizing the latest research, evidence-based practice treatments, ongoing clinical monitoring and education.
Using a multidisciplinary, team-based approach, we join the person living with diabetes, obesity or related conditions to meet them where they are and set up a plan for success. Our diabetes and obesity experts also work closely with the individual’s primary care team and specialists to make recommendations regarding care.
One of the main goals of our center is to contribute to the understanding of these conditions and seek solutions to improve lives through a robust, multidisciplinary research program. Our team of clinical scientists seeks to learn more about the physiology/pathology, treatment, prevention, education, interventions and optimization of outcomes of diabetes and related conditions, with the patient perspective in mind. Importantly, we aim to address health equity and minimize disparities in diabetes care and outcomes. Our scientists and providers in turn are able to translate this knowledge into better care.
Conditions and Treatments
Our team provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for the full range of diabetes and obesity-related conditions. Disease management include continuous glucose monitoring, insulin and medications, and nutrition and exercise recommendations.
Because diabetes and obesity can affect many other areas of your health, our team brings together experts in multiple specialties to help prevent and manage related conditions. These specialty areas include:
Children’s Diabetes Center
The children’s diabetes experts at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital provide comprehensive education and disease management for children with diabetes and their families.
Childhood Obesity Services
Our pediatric endocrinologists work with families to help manage their child’s weight and encourage positive diet and lifestyle habits.
Integrated Heart Care for Patients with Diabetes
Diabetes significantly increases the risk for cardiovascular disease even when under control. We work closely with UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute experts who provide specialized care to lower the potential risk for diabetes-related cardiovascular complications.
We work closely with the transplant team when a diabetes patient is a candidate for pancreas and/or kidney transplant surgery.
Weight Loss Surgery
Our experienced bariatric surgeons offer a variety of minimally invasive weight loss surgery options to help patients achieve weight loss success.
Non-Surgical Weight Loss
Our weight loss experts employ strategies such as nutrition counseling and medication assisted weight loss to help patients meet their weight loss goals.
Diabetes and Metabolic Care Retreat
The UH Diabetes and Metabolic Care Center hosts free, one-day Wellness Retreats for individuals with diabetes, prediabetes or obesity.
Participants are invited to register for ongoing available dates of the retreats, which uses person-centered care methods to increase attendee confidence and knowledge in the self-management of these conditions, promoting healthy living through self-care.
To learn more, join our waitlist to be notified when new dates and locations are announced.Learn More