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Patient Stories

Changing Habits Out of Love
In April 2009, 8-year-old Ghiman McKinney’s pediatrician was concerned because he was gaining more than ten pounds each year and already weighed 105 pounds.
Not So Sweet Summer
Ken Luke, an 18-year-old from Beavercreek, has taken charge of his diabetes.
The patient experience expert
Kelsey Colins, 16, from Bellbrook was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age four.Since her diagnosis Kelsey has worked with physicians at Dayton Children’s to help manage her diabetes by controlling her insulin intake and her dietary needs. Recently Kelsey was also diagnosed with hyperthyroidism as well as Addison’s disease.

 

Did you know?

The endocrinology clinic team cares for patients as they transition into adulthood, usually around the age of 22.

Make a referral

Phone: 937-641-4000
Fax referral forms: 937-641-4500, 24 hours
Toll-free fax: 1-866-891-6941
Hours: 7:30 am to 7:00 pm, Monday through Friday

Download our fax referral form or make a referral online.

Upcoming Events

Free bike helmets will be given out as part of the Monroe Bike Rodeo this year.

The 1st Annual Logan X. Hess Stop Child Abuse Poker Run and Car Show will take place August 3. The ride begins at the Piqua American Legion and ends at Edison Community College. The car show will be at Edison Community College.

West Carrollton Police will be on hand to insure proper fit for all bike helmets.

Sample the distinctive flavors of the many cultures of Old North Dayton while enjoying entertainment, children's activities and a bicycle decoration competition for ages 9-16. All bike entries MUST be registered with the Dayton Police in advance at go.cityofdayton.org or at the Festival at 5:30 PM.

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Endocrinology and Diabetes Clinic

Accreditations

The Children's Medical Center of Dayton Dayton Children's
The Right Care for the Right Reasons

One Children's Plaza - Dayton, Ohio - 45404-1815
937-641-3000
www.childrensdayton.org