Logan Health Endocrinology & Infectious Disease

About Our Clinic

Logan Health Endocrinology & Infectious Disease, a department of Logan Health Medical Center, is a specialty clinic focused on the unique needs of our patients. Our care includes the following services. Patients should consult their primary care provider for a referral before seeking to arrange an appointment with us.
  • Hormonal conditions (endocrinology)
    • Problems related to the thyroid, pancreas, pituitary and adrenal glands
    • Diabetes types 1 and 2
    • Calcium metabolism issues
    • Metabolism disorders
    • Osteoporosis concerns
  • Immunizations and infectious diseases
    • Travel medicine and viral diseases
    • Bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites
    • HIV (AIDS) / hepatitis C
    • Postoperative infections
    • Vector-borne diseases
    • Travel Medicine Clinic

Patient Information

Appointments and Referrals
Appointments are made based on a referral from your primary care provider. To schedule a time with a specialist, please contact your referring physician, who can set up an appointment through our office. Please contact us with any scheduling questions. If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please call our office at least 24 hours in advance to reschedule. This allows us to provide this time slot to another patient.

Prescription Refills
We request that you contact your pharmacy for prescription refills.

Emergency Situations
If you require emergency medical attention, please contact your primary care physician or visit the Logan Health Medical Center Emergency Department.

Patient Rights and Policies
Click on the link below to review Logan Health's notice of privacy practices, patient consent and financial agreement, advance directives, patient rights and responsibilities, organizational code of ethics, messages from Medicare and Tricare, and truth in lending.
Patient Rights and Policies

Patient Forms

New Patient Registration
Authorization to Disclose Protected Health Information
Medical History and Symptom Review
Authorization to Discuss Medical Care