Endocrinologists in Chicago, IL

Find an endocrinologist near you and your family in Chicago that fits your health needs.

Healthcare at a Glance in Chicago, IL

The Chicagoland area is supported by over 8 major healthcare systems and medical centers. Within the city, residents have access to Northwestern Memorial Hospital (#1 in Chicago), University of Chicago Medical Center, and Rush University Medical Center, all nationally ranked by U.S. News. Northwestern’s downtown campus includes a pediatric acute teaching hospital, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital and Prentice Women’s Hospital. Chicago suburb residents can access medical centers like Loyola University Medical Center, Advocate Christ Medical Center and Central Dupage Hospital. For primary and specialty care clinics there is Advocate Medical Group, with over 1,600 board-certified physicians and Northwestern Medical Group with over 1,200 board-certified physicians. Veterans have access to Jesse Brown VA Medical located in the Near West Side. There is no shortage of medical schools in the area with 5 medical schools including Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.

Endocrinologist FAQs

What is an endocrinologist?

Endocrinologists are specialists trained to diagnose and treat hormone-related conditions that may affect your metabolism, development, reproduction, and much more. You may be recommended to see an endocrinologist if your primary care provider suspects you may have an endocrine imbalance. Instead of focusing on a specific area of your body, endocrinologists focus on the glands releasing hormones throughout your body, like your thyroid, ovaries, or pancreas. Commonly treated conditions include diabetes, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and Addison’s disease. Hormone treatment and management from an endocrinologist can drastically improve the quality of your life.