Endocrinology - SUITE #352
Welcome to the Endocrinology Associate Clinic. Our clinic is home to five (soon to be six!) Endocrinologists, all of whom are faculty members of the Division of Endocrinology, University of Calgary. We offer specialty care in a variety of hormone conditions, including diabetes, thyroid disease, bone and calcium disorders, pituitary disease, adrenal conditions, and reproductive disorders. We are dedicated to providing evidence-based, compassionate care to our patients. Consultation with our Endocrinologists is by referral.
Dr. Peter Grundy
Dr. Grundy is a general endocrinologist with experience in many areas, including diabetes, reproductive health, and adrenal disorders. He has a special interest in thyroid cancer and works in collaboration with his endocrine, surgical, and oncology colleagues in this area and is a member of the Thyroid Cancer Tumour Group. He has been practicing at Associate Clinic since 1997.
Dr. Laura Hinz
Dr. Hinz has a general Endocrinology practice, including diabetes, thyroid disease, bone and calcium disorders, adrenal disease, and reproductive conditions. She has a special interest in Metabolic Bone Disease and shares her time with the Southern Alberta Transplant Clinic and David Hanley Osteoporosis Clinic caring for patients with osteoporosis.
Dr. Susan Kinnear
Dr. Kinnear is a faculty member in the Division of Endocrinology, University of Calgary. Her clinical expertise includes thyroid disease, diabetes, reproductive disorders, pituitary disease, and adrenal disease. She has a special interest in thyroid cancer, thyroid nodules, and thyroid ultrasound, and performs ultrasound-guided thyroid biopsies.
Dr. Julie McKeen
Dr. McKeen’s clinical expertise includes many aspects of endocrinology, including diabetes, diabetes in pregnancy, thyroid disease, reproductive disorders, pituitary disease, and adrenal disease. She is also involved in both undergraduate medical and postgraduate resident training. She is a member of the Resident Training Committee for the Endocrinology Fellowship Program with the University of Calgary.
Dr. Caitlin Sinclair
Dr. Sinclair’s clinical practice is focused on diabetes mellitus (including diabetes in pregnancy), thyroid and parathyroid disease, as well as treatment of pituitary, adrenal, ovarian, and testicular disorders. Given her particular interest in the health of Canada’s indigenous peoples, she regularly attends an endocrine clinic located at a local Indigenous community.