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Endocrinology Clinic

8th Floor, Counter B (EAST Lift)

Tel. 02-090-3122

8:00 am.- 8:00 pm.

In Thailand, approximately 10% of the population, or 1 in ten people, have diabetes or high blood sugar levels. The number of new patients is increasing by about 100,000 people per year. Given this situation, MedPark Hospital places great importance on providing comprehensive screening and care by an experienced multidisciplinary team for high-risk groups to prevent the progression to diabetes.

Screening the High-Risk Groups

Prevention is better than treatment, so the Endocrinology Clinic at MedPark Hospital emphasizes screening the high-risk groups, including individuals with a direct family history of diabetes, those who are overweight, individuals with high blood pressure, or those who already have heart disease or peripheral vascular disease. Regular checkups can identify signs that indicate abnormal blood sugar levels, allowing for early intervention and treatment before the disease develops.

Collaborative Care Team

The Endocrinology Clinic at MedPark Hospital has a specialized team of endocrinologists with over 10 years of experience treating diabetes and endocrine disorders. The team comprises dietitians, pharmacists, nurses, and nutritionists who provide integrated assistance. For example, they provide tools for continuous blood sugar level monitoring to collect data for treatment purposes. They also identify various risk behaviors, develop plans to help patients make behavioral changes, and improve the effectiveness of treatment, ensuring patients can still enjoy a happy life while managing their condition. It may involve controlling or adjusting the intake of certain foods that affect blood sugar levels, which, if well controlled, may reduce or eliminate the need for medication. Additionally, patients can maintain their quality of life and keep their drug expenses under control.

Diabetes treatment goals

The goal of diabetes management is to prevent complications and maintain the quality of life for patients. Specialized endocrine and metabolism physicians with extensive clinical experience, along with the multidisciplinary team at MedPark Hospital, will provide comprehensive care for patients with a focus on preventing complications such as diabetic foot ulcers, retinopathy, coronary artery disease, and chronic kidney disease. If complications arise, the aim is to prevent organ loss, such as avoiding amputation, which would result in a significant loss of independence. In severe cases where amputation is inevitable, the medical team will provide prosthetics and rehabilitation for regaining functionality to ensure the patients return to their regular life as much as possible.

Diabetic Foot Center

The Diabetes Foot Center at MedPark Hospital emphasizes the importance of comprehensive care to prevent the need for foot amputation. The team consists of specialized experts who closely monitor and treat patients from the early stages to prevent limb loss, such as treating corn, ingrown toenail, and fitting personalized footwear to reduce pressure points that could lead to ulcers and potential amputation. In cases where patients have foot ulcers, the multidisciplinary team at MedPark Hospital’s endocrinology department will provide prompt care and treatment, which involve increasing oxygen supply, caring for the blood vessels that nourish the foot, or possibly performing balloon angioplasty to expand the blood vessels supplying the affected area. The goal is to prevent the ulcers from becoming infected and spreading to the extent that amputation becomes necessary.

Thyroid disorders

The specialized endocrine and metabolism physicians at MedPark Hospital have extensive experience in treating all types of thyroid disorders, including both hyperthyroidisms, where patients may experience symptoms such as fatigue, palpitations, weight loss, and hypothyroidism, where patients may experience weight gain and various types of thyroid nodules. Each patient receives tailored treatment appropriate to the condition, symptoms, and needs, e.g., radioactive iodine therapy, medication, and surgery when necessary.

Other endocrine diseases

The Endocrinology Center is eager to provide patients developing other endocrine diseases with diagnosis, treatment, and care. Apart from diabetes and thyroid disorders, examples of other endocrine disorders are adrenal disorders which cause skin color changes, palpitation, sugar fluctuations, and mineral fluctuations, and pituitary gland dysfunction which causes irregular periods, infertility, sexual dysfunction, obesity, and uncontrollable blood sugar and blood pressure.

Regarding patients’ good quality of life as the primary goal, The Endocrinology Center, accompanied by highly experienced specialists and a multidisciplinary team, acknowledges patients’ needs and is determined to help improve their quality of life, prevent the risk of developing endocrine disorders, and cure their diseases.

Our Clinical Service

  • Diabetes and endocrine disorders
  • Obesity

Diseases We Treat

  • Diabetes and endocrine disorders
  • Obesity

Medical procedure

  • Thyroid biopsy


  • Nurses specializing in diabetic foot care
  • Weight loss program