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What Is Endocrinology?

Endocrinology is the study of the glands and hormones of the body and their related disorders. A hormone is a chemical substance created in the body that regulates the activity of certain cells or organs. Disorders of the endocrine system include but are not limited to Diabetes Mellitus, thyroid disorders, pituitary disorders, adrenal disorders, lipid disorders, bone and mineral disorders, sex horomone disorders, and more.

About Tri-County Endocrinology

Tri-County Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine, P.C. was established in 1977 in Centerline, Michigan. In 1983, Tri-County Endocrinology moved to Warren, Michigan. On November 17th, 2008, the office relocated to it's current location in Sterling Heights, Michigan. Currently, our practice consists of 4 endocrinologists caring for children and adults age 5 and older. We have hospital affiliations with McLaren Macomb Regional Medical Center and Henry Ford Macomb and Troy Beaumont Hospital.

At Tri-County Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine, our goal is to provide high quality, comprehensive treatment of disorders of the endocrine system. We want you to feel comfortable in our care. Please let us know your needs so we can be sure to make your experience with our office a pleasant one.

Mission Statement

"Only upon commitment do we persevere. Only through perseverance will we inspire. Only with inspiration can we illuminate the creative power within."

Through the principles of commitment, perseverance and inspiration, it is our genuine desire to implement the following strategic objectives:

  • To facilitate and education agenda commensurate with the standard of care criteria empowered by the American Diabetes Association.
  • To offer and provide a state-of-the-art resources by which to initiate specific instructional agendas integral to the goal of community health care prevention.
  • To create and develop interventional techniques by which to improve the quality and effectiveness of the remedial advances already in place for the evaluation and treatment of diabetes mellitus.
  • To serve as an inspirational vehicle for growth and development in the areas of education, prevention, and life style modification.
  • To serve as a vision and monument to the virtues of community services, rehabilitation, and healing.