Endokrinologikum in - Specialized in Endocrinology

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Endokrinologikum is a group of medical care centers in Germany that specialise in endocrinology and treating metabolic disorders like diabetes with advanced medical care.


An additional focus on rheumatology is currently in development. More than 170 physicians and more than 800 additional employees work in clinical practice, laboratory diagnostics and scientific research in centres across Germany.

Clinical Practice
Patients can be treated for endocrine and metabolic disorders at 13 locations in Germany. In particular, Endokrinologikum specialises in treating thyroid disorders, diabetes, osteoporosis, adrenal gland disorders, hypothalamic disease and pituitary disorders.

In the gynecological endocrinology section, treatment is available for menstrual disorders, menopause and infertility, as well as prenatal medicine and adolescent growth disorders. In recent years, the range of treatment in rheumatology, hemostasis and coagulation disorders has been extended.

Based on the original structure in Hamburg, Endokrinologikum now has centres in Hanover, Berlin, Dresden, Frankfurt, the Ruhr (Bochum-Wattehscheid), Göttingen, Karlsruhe, Saarbrücken, Osnabruck, Munich and Ulm. Another location in Stuttgart is currently under construction.

Every location is organised as a multidisciplinary medical care centre (MVZ), where internists, gynecologists, pediatricians, geneticists and laboratory physicians work closely together to treat patients.

Laboratory Diagnostics
Endokrinologikum’s Hamburg laboratories have been leaders in the field of endocrinology and molecular diagnosis for more than 30 years and supply Endokrinologikum centres with high quality laboratory services.

All areas of modern genetics and laboratory analysis are covered. Modern analytical techniques are complemented by the extensive clinical experience of specialists.

The Endokrinologikum group is dedicated to medical research based on sound science. It researches the latest medical issues as a private research company, as well as through clinical trials. About 20% of doctors have a postdoctoral qualification and have an academic teaching license.

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