Diabetes & endocrinology care

Hormones, produced in our endocrine system, regulate many important functions in our bodies, including our reproductive system, metabolism, and cell growth and development. Our endocrine system constantly adjusts hormone levels so that our bodies can function normally.

A common endocrine disorder, diabetes, arises when your body doesn’t produce enough insulin hormone or doesn’t use insulin properly to convert sugar to energy.

UCHealth: a recognized leader in endocrinology and diabetes care

The nationally recognized endocrinology experts at UCHealth clinics in Fort Collins, Greeley, Loveland and metro Denver are proud to bring specialized, collaborative care to patients with diabetes and other hormonal disorders.

Our team of caregivers from a broad spectrum of related specialties work together to determine each patient’s unique needs and develop the best possible care plan.

We have a long history of leading-edge discoveries and bringing new treatments to complex endocrine conditions.

This level of expertise means exceptional care for our patients with diabetes and other endocrine disorders.

Pituitary Tumor Program

The pituitary gland, often called the “master gland," controls how many hormones your body makes. Pituitary tumors can result in hormonal overproduction, or too many hormones of one kind or another in your body, which can lead to severe endocrine conditions. The University of Colorado Tumor Program, one of the largest and most experienced of its kind, is nationally recognized to evaluate and treat pituitary tumors. The program includes providers from multiple specialties, including neurosurgery, neuro-ophthalmology, neuropathology, neuroradiology, head and neck surgery, and radiation oncology.