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Institute of Diabetes and Endocrinology, P.C.
221 Stewart Avenue, Suite 101
Medford, OR 97501

Phone: (541) 776-2003
Fax: (541) 776-9833
Clinic Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Closed for lunch daily from 12 pm to 1:15 pm
Lab Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:15am to 4:30 pm
Closed most Fridays
Closed for lunch daily from 11:45 am to 1:30 pm

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  • BMI - Calculate your Body Mass Index - see if you're obese




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Trout fishing fly - Blue Dunn pattern



Steelhead fishing fly - Purple Leech sucking salmon egg style



Trout fishing fly - Dark Cahill pattern



Steelhead fishing fly - Purple Peril



Trout fishing fly - Mosquito pattern



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Trout fishing fly - Olive Sculpin



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Trout fishing fly - Spruce attractor pattern



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Trout fishing fly - Dave's Hopper



Steelhead fishing fly - Steelhead Hammer


Patient Education


We have compiled several useful links to websites related to diabetes, thyroid disorders, and all of the other endocrinology disorders for use by patients or health care professionals who wish to educate themselves further. The information provided is not intended to self-diagnose any endocrine disorder. If you suspect that you have an undiagnosed endocrine disorder then please talk with your primary care provider or see us here in the clinic to have the appropriate History & Physical and the appropriate lab testing done.

The recommendations of health care organizations on how to treat diabetes and other endocrine disorders change over time. If you have an endocrine disorder, and want to make a change to your treatment plan due to your recent research, then please always discuss this change with our physicians, nurses, or diabetic educators; or with your Primary Care Provider before making any change in your treatment plan.

If you spot any errors on this page, or find a link that doesn't work, or disagree with any advice given in the web pages, then please let us know by clicking on the "Contact US" button at the left side of this page.

New information or interesting news


General Diabetes Information

Pediatric Diabetes - children and teenagers with diabetes



Hypertension - elevated blood pressure

Hypogonadism, Male - low testosterone levels

Menopause - low estrogen levels


Obesity Information
  • BMI - Calculate your Body Mass Index - see if you're obese
  • The Hormone Foundation - Resource for the prevention, treatment and cure of hormone-related conditions


Thyroid Disorders

Other Hormone and Endocrininology Information Links

Other Medical Information
  • Celiac Disease Foundation - Provides support, information and assistance to people affected by Celiac Disease/Dermatitis Herpetiformis.



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