UCF Health’s endocrinology services offer the highest quality of clinical care for patients with endocrine disorders.
We provide clinical care for adult patients with all types of hormonal disorders.
The main areas include:
Diabetes (including insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring)
Thyroid disease (including thyroid nodules and thyroid cancer)
Pituitary dysfunction including pituitary tumors
Adrenal disorders including Addison’s and adrenal tumors
Polycystic ovarian syndrome
We also perform dynamic endocrine tests for evaluating endocrine disorders and perform thyroid ultrasound and biopsy procedures for thyroid nodules in our office. We evaluate tests done and offer the best clinical evidence-based advice and strive to attain excellence in our mission to provide a seamless approach to healthcare.
As the rate of diabetes continues to rise, it’s increasingly evident that treatment must be customized to control blood sugars, while not compromising quality of life. To that end, UCF Health’s diabetes program translates evidence-based medical science into a three-prong approach that focuses on medication, diet and exercise.
Finding the appropriate medication is typically the first step. Equally important is taking a realistic approach to lifestyle factors like diet and exercise. Because no two people are alike, educating patients how to manage their disease while at work, traveling and beyond is just as important as carb counting at home. And when appropriate, the latest technologies in insulin pumps and other devices are integrated into the plan.
Sometimes medication and careful monitoring is the appropriate course of action. But when a more aggressive approach is needed, the clinic collaborates with leading head and neck surgeons, as well radiation oncologists, to provide a seamless approach to healthcare.
Our Endocrinology Specialist
Dr. Rema A. Gupta is board certified in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism, as well as internal medicine. She received her fellowship training in Endocrinology and Metabolism at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. She specializes in treating patients with diabetes, thyroid disease and other disorders of the endocrine system.