How can Austin Regional Clinic endocrinologist help you?
Austin Regional Clinic endocrinologist Dr. Maya Bledsoe will work with you to explore the hormonal imbalances that may be affecting your health. During the first visit, she will discuss your symptoms and work with you to establish the next steps in your care. Dr. Bledsoe specializes in the four endocrine system areas listed below:
What is an ADC endocrinologist?
Endocrinology is a specialty that focuses on treating patients with hormonal disorders. Although diabetes and thyroid disease are some of the most common diseases we diagnose and treat, we also care for patients with growth, pituitary, adrenal, gonadal, bone and lipid disorders. Why choose an ADC Endocrinologist?
How many ADC physicians have been named Austin Monthly Top Doctors?
Thirteen ADC physicians named as Austin Monthly Top Doctors! Austin Monthly identifies Top Doctors using an online survey to solicit peer nominations from physicians in Travis, Hays and Williamson counties…
Why choose ADC?
We have been caring for Central Texas patients since 1952. ADC is a medical group formed by physicians to enhance patient care through collaboration and innovation. This cooperative spirit promotes excellence by providing medical services to communities we serve.
How to contact pediatric and congenital cardiology associates?
Please call us at 512-777-2917. Pediatric and Congenital Cardiology Associates, an affiliate of Pediatrix Cardiology, has served patients in Texas for more than 30 years, and we are proud of our growing reputation as a Center for Excellence.
What is a pediatric cardiologist and what do they do?
Our team of board-certified pediatric cardiologists, nurse practitioners, nurses, cardiac sonographers, and medical staff work together to provide treatment and management across the full range of fetal, neonatal, pediatric, and adult congenital cardiovascular conditions.