Endocrinologists

Dr. Diane Wherrett

Dr. Diane Wherrett

MD, FRCPC
Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Jacqueline James

Dr. Jacqueline James

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe

Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Frederick Holland

Dr. Frederick Holland

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Paul Walfish

Dr. Paul Walfish

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Diane Donat

Dr. Diane Donat

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Farid Mahmud

Dr. Farid Mahmud

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Susan George

Dr. Susan George

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Dominic Ng

Dr. Dominic Ng

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Robert Josse

Dr. Robert Josse

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Roy Eappen

Dr. Roy Eappen

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Robert Zeman

Dr. Robert Zeman

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Marsha Werb

Dr. Marsha Werb

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Baiju Shah

Dr. Baiju Shah

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Jeremy Gilbert

Dr. Jeremy Gilbert

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Ivy Fettes

Dr. Ivy Fettes

Endocrinologist
North York, ON
Dr. Jay Silverberg

Dr. Jay Silverberg

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Julia Lowe

Dr. Julia Lowe

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Ronnie Aronson

Dr. Ronnie Aronson

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
Dr. Samantha Sandler

Dr. Samantha Sandler

Endocrinologist
Toronto, ON
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An endocrinologist is a doctor who specializes in treating disorders of the endocrine system, which includes the pancreas, ovaries, testes, thyroid, and adrenals. An endocrinologist treats diseases such as diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and certain cancers of the glands. In treating patients with diabetes, an endocrinologist will also educate patients on insulin therapy, insulin pumps, type 1 diabetes, diabetes management, blood sugar levels, glucose testing, children and diabetes and types of insulin.

If you’ve been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, you’ll work closely with your healthcare team to manage the disease and prevent complications. Your primary care provider may refer you to an endocrinologist, a doctor who is specially trained in conditions affected the glands and hormones. During visits with your primary care provider or endocrinologist, he or she will perform an A1C test to measure the glucose (blood sugar) in your blood by checking hemoglobin. Your physician may also take blood or urine samples to assess kidney, liver and thyroid function.