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See below for information for the clinics in Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at the University of Colorado Denver Anshutz Medical Campus. 

The University of Colorado Center for Adult Diabetes Care and Research  

The University of Colorado Hospital Center for Adult Diabetes Care and Research 

The Diabetes Practice in the Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion at the Anschutz Centers for Advanced Medicine is a multidisciplinary diabetes team that includes physicians, nurse educators, and dietitian educators.  The Director of the Clinic is Michael McDermott, M.D., Professor of Medicine.  Our diabetes educators are available by phone, fax, or email to communicate with patients interested in improving their blood glucose control through intensive therapy.  INFO>>>

University of Colorado Lipid Treatment Clinic  

The University of Colorado Hospital Lipid Treatment Clinic 

Lipid diseases include disorders that lead to elevated cholesterol or fat in the blood. Appropriate treatment of cholesterol and fat disorders can help prevent heart disease and other conditions such as pancreatitis. The Lipid Treatment Clinic is a regional center that specializes in the evaluation and treatment of rare or difficult to manage lipid disorders.  INFO>>>

Metabolic Bone Disease Clinic 

The University of Colorado Hospital Metbolic Bone Disease Clinic

Metabolic Bone Diseases are disorders of bone remodeling that result in fractures or deformity of bones. Michael T. McDermott M.D., and Sterling G. West M.D. at the University of Colorado Denver specialize in the diagnosis and management of these conditions. Diagnostic techniques available include state-of-the-art bone densitometry (Dual Energy X-ray absorptiometry or DXA), radiology, biochemical testing and bone biopsy, when indicated. Treatment modalities include exercise counseling, physical therapy, nutritional counseling, calcium supplements, vitamin D supplements, medications that inhibit bone resorption (bisphosphonates, estrogen, selective estrogen receptor modulators, calcitonin) and medications that stimulate bone formation (parathyroid hormones). INFO>>>