Refer a Patient to Endocrine
New Patient Appointments
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 should be scheduled by the patient by calling the Endocrinology Clinic at (816) 960-8803. For Wichita, please call (316) 500-8900.
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
|Great HeighTS 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.