At Logan Health Children’s Specialists, we provide expertise in all areas of pediatric endocrinology and diabetes care. We are passionate about helping patients and their families understand how the endocrine system works, as well as help them understand prevention and treatment for endocrine disorders.
Along with our pediatric endocrinology department providers, our team consists of:
- Medical assistants
- Certified diabetes educators
- Registered dieticians
- Social workers
We work closely with all specialists at Logan Health Children’s as well as our child life program to help assist our young patients and their families in adjusting to their disease and treatment.
Condition We Treat
- Type 1 diabetes and insulin pump management
- Type 2 diabetes
- Thyroid disease
- Disorders of puberty or sexual development
- Growth disorders
- Bone metabolism disorders
- Adrenal disorders
- Pituitary disease
What to Expect
Scheduling, rescheduling or cancellations
To schedule, reschedule, or cancel an appointment, please call our main line at (406) 758-7490. Please give 24-48 hours of notice when canceling or re-scheduling an appointment.
Before and appointment
If you are able and wear a CGM or insulin pump please make sure the data sharing is working for your device(s) or upload your device(s) within 24 hours prior to your appointment. If you are requested to keep food/BG/insulin logs please email them within 24 hours prior to your appointment.
During an appointment
Bring all your diabetes devices (for example: blood glucose meter, logs, CGM, insulin pump), diabetes binder, medication, and typical diabetes supplies you carry with you on a daily basis.
Contact your pharmacy directly. Refills are generally processed within a 72 hour period.
If you are scheduled to have a blood draw, increase fluid intake prior to your visit. labs are not fasting unless marked.
Pump/ CGM uploads and logs
Please call or email when you would like your logs or pump and/or CGM upload to be reviewed. Allow up to 72 hours for a response time. Please notify staff of any concerns that you would like to be addressed.
WHAT IS MYDA?
MYDA or Montana Youth Diabetes Alliance is a 501C3 organization that started in 2019 to fulfill the unmet needs of the Montana Type 1 diabetes community.
Their mission is to enrich the lives of youth with Type 1 Diabetes and their families while offering safe, fun, and educational opportunities through camps and other events. MYDA provides financial assistance for out-of-pocket expenses associated with self-management supplies and networking resources to navigate diabetes-related support systems.
The MYDA Team is comprised of a strong group individuals all across Montana all with a direct connection to Type 1 Diabetes. Our team ranges from long time Type Ones, parents of Type Ones, Pediatric Endocrinologists from all across the state, Certified Diabetic Educators and nutritionists. Everyone has a connection.
WILL LOGAN HEALTH CHILDREN’S SPECIALISTS BE AT CAMP?
Yes! Many of our providers will be present throughout camp week.
HOW DO I REGISTER MY CHILD?
Registration for this camp begins May 1 and goes through June 20. You can register here.
- Upload your libre 2 CGM
- Upload your Tandem insulin pump
- Upload your Dexcom CGM
- Upload your blood glucose meter or omnipod insulin pump
- Upload your Medtronic insulin pump or CGM
- Blood Glucose Log
- ADA 504 Plan
- Food Log
- Traveling with Diabetes
- Diabetes & Alcohol Education
- Helpful Hints at Injection Time
- Preparation for Sick Days
- Logan Health Pediatric Endocrinology – website offering resources & information on Endocrinology care
- Montana State Diabetes website – State resource with helpful information, resources and videos
- Montana Youth Diabetes Alliance (MYDA) – Local organization providing camps and financial support for diabetic supplies
- JDRF –Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – Global organization funding research and providing support, information and resources
- BeyondType1 – Support, information, resources, guides to share with others, etc.
- Children with Diabetes –National organization providing information, support and resources.
- International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes (ISPAD) – Professional organization that promotes research and education. Wonderful resource tab.
- American Diabetes Association– National organization providing an extensive amount of information, resources including examples of 504 plans.
- T1D Mod Squad – Non-profit organization providing support group information as well as tip sheets and 504 plan support
- Montana Youth Diabetes Alliance (MYDA) – Local organization providing camps for T1D patients and families
- Riding on Insulin – Organization connecting children and teens through sports (ski/snowboard and surfing camps)
- Jordan Morris Foundation – Non-profit organization to help educate, inspire and support children living with T1D. Offers summer soccer camps.
- Teen Boot Camp – Diabetes Training Camp – Camp for teens helping to inspire and motivate patients with diabetes
- Camp Sweeney – Camp in Texas for children and teens with T1D.
Clinical trials & research
Office Hours: Monday – Friday • 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Note, that our email is only monitored during business hours. Please allow up to 72 hours in response time.
*If you have a medical emergency, call 911 and then contact our office.