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Refer a Patient to Endocrine

New Patient Appointments

Step 1
Complete Form(s)
Step 2
Review and Schedule

For New Onset Diabetes or any patient with an urgent endocrine need, please call 1-800-GOMERCY and ask to speak to the Endocrinologist on-call.

Complete the New Patient Appointment Form.

For best results, please use Google Chrome.

The Children’s Mercy Contact Center will call the patient within 2 business days to schedule.

Scheduled and requested appointment status can be found on the Wednesday referral reports.


Follow-Up Appointments

Follow-up appointments should be scheduled by the patient by calling the Endocrinology Clinic at (816) 960-8803. For Wichita, please call (316) 500-8900.


Conditions Treated

Congenital hypothyroidism, adrenal hyperplasia, acanthosis nigricans, adrenal insufficiency, ambiguous genitalia, delayed puberty, diabetes, FTT/short stature, gender dysphoria, gynecomastia, hypoglycemia, osteoporosis, abnormal weight gain, PCOS, pituitary, polyuria, precocious puberty, vaginal bleeding

Clinics within this specialty area: 

Cystic Fibrosis-Related Diabetes Clinic Diabetes Clinic EDICS Clinic 
(Endocrine Disorders in Cancer Survivors)
Gender Pathway Services Clinic 
(Gender Identity)
Great HeighTS Clinic 
(Turner Syndrome)
GUIDE Clinic 
(Disorders of Sexual Development)
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Clinic Super Q Express 22Q Clinic 
(22Q / DiGeorge Syndrome)
Thyroid Nodule Clinic


For new onset diabetes or for any patient with an urgent endocrine need, please call 1-800-GO-MERCY and ask to speak to the Endocrinologist on-call.

For Gender Pathway Services (GPS), please include "gender dysphoria" as reason for consultation. A social worker will contact the family for a phone interview and discuss next steps.