Welcome to Carolina Endocrine

Welcome to Carolina Endocrine, P.A. where we combine experience and technology to provide state-of-the-art endocrine care. The board certified specialists at Carolina Endocrine offer individualized treatment for an array of thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pituitary, metabolic, and reproductive disorders.


Carolina Endocrine is also one of North Carolina’s only private practices with a nuclear medicine lab in-house. Providing advanced endocrine treatments in a convenient setting, the practice is located in a private office near Rex Hospital in Raleigh, NC.


The physicians and staff at Carolina Endocrine work hard to keep wait times to a minimum. Contact us today to schedule quickly with one of our experienced providers.

For Physicians

Resources for Referring Physicians

Welcome to Carolina Endocrine, this page serves as a resource for physicians and practices.

When referring a new patient to Carolina Endocrine, please print, complete and fax our Patient Referral Form and demographic sheet, along with all pertinent records to 919-571-3290.  We will contact your patient directly to schedule their appointment.  Once complete, you will receive a fax confirmation that the appointment has been scheduled.

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At Carolina Endocrine, we specialize in:

Thyroid:*Thyroid ultrasound and thyroid fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy are routinely performed at the office, in addition Radioiodine Uptake (RAIU) and I-131 therapy for toxic and non-toxic goiter and thyroid cancer.*Hypothyroidism*Hyperthyroidism*Thyroid nodules and goiters*Evaluation and treatment of thyroid cancer

Pituitary:*Pituitary tumors

*Hyperprolactinemia

*Acromegaly

*Cushing’s Disease

*Hypopituitarism

Parathyroid & Calcium:

*Hyperparathyroidism

*Hypoparathyroidism

Adrenal:*Adrenal insufficiency (e.g. Addison’s disease)*Syndromes of adrenal steroid excess (e.g. *Cushing’s Syndrome, hyperaldosteronism)*Evaluation of adrenal tumors

Metabolic Bone Disease:*Osteoporosis and conditions with increased risk for osteoporosis (e.g. osteopenia)*Padget’s disease

*Disorders of vitamin D metabolism

*Lipid Metabolism

*Hyperlipidemia (cholesterol, triglycerides)

Reproductive:

*Sex hormone deficiency (e.g. testosterone deficiency, menopause, premature ovarian failure)

*Basic infertility evaluation

*Polycystic ovarian syndrome

*Hirsutism

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