Children's Wisconsin pediatric endocrinology program provides care for children and teens with diseases of the endocrine system, such as complications of puberty, growth, and glandular disorders. We provide the best possible treatment for your child while helping you to prepare for your child's ongoing disease management.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the Endocrine Program at Children's Wisconsin among the top endocrine programs in the nation.
Leaders in endocrinology
We work with primary care providers, specialists inside and outside of Children's, and families to provide the best care for your child.
Children's treats a range of endocrine disorders, including:
- Growth disorders
- Thyroid problems
- Early or late puberty
- Adrenal gland problems
- Pituitary gland problems
- Calcium and bone problems
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Children's is proud to expand the medical community's knowledge of pediatric endocrine disorders. Through our partnership with The Medical College of Wisconsin, we stay on top of the newest medical advances and bring leading-edge treatment and cures to your family.
Tests and treatments
Our dedicated, experienced team is trained to provide all aspects of your child's care and treatment. We offer the following specialties within or at the same location as the endocrine program:
- Endocrine brain tumors
- Endocrine bone marrow transplant
- Diabetes Program
- Dysmetabolic endocrine
- Polycystic Ovary Disease (PCOD)
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Complementing Children’s general endocrine care is our award-winning diabetes program. Our diabetes program focuses exclusively on the unique challenges of this disease in childhood. These two programs share one location and many team members.
Providing care for children and adolescents in all aspects of gender identity in our Gender Health Clinic.
At Children's, our award-winning specialists treat the full range of endocrine disorders, including polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in young women.
Learn more about endocrine referrals, research, and educational opportunities for medical professionals.
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Many of our specialists are faculty members of the Medical College of Wisconsin. Learn why this matters.