George Washington University Hospital's Division of Endocrinology helps evaluate and treat endocrine disorders, which affect the glands that produce hormones, including diabetes, thyroid, pituitary, parathyroid adrenal and reproductive endocrine neoplasia.

Diabetes Center

Comprehensive multidisciplinary clinical, educational and podiatric services for treatment of patients with diabetes including evaluation, diabetes education, diabetic foot care, nutritional counseling, management of diabetes in pregnancy (including preexisting and gestational diabetes), insulin pump therapy and clinical research trials

Thyroid Center

Evaluation and treatment of thyroid disorders including hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland), thyroid nodules, goiter (enlarged thyroid gland) and thyroid cancer. 

Dietary and Nutritional Services

Dietary and nutritional programs for individuals with diabetes, hyperlipidemia (high blood cholesterol), obesity, renal disease or gastrointestinal disease

Podiatry Clinics

Medical and surgical treatment of conditions involving the foot and ankle with specialization in diabetic foot care, sports related injuries and foot surgery