The Endocrine and Diabetes Centre (EDC) was established more than 30 years ago. It was the first dedicated facility in the current state of Andhra Pradesh.
Since then it has been at the forefront in providing medical care, in carrying out research and in reaching out to the general public about hormonal diseases, known as endocrine diseases; diabetes mellitus is the most common of the endocrine diseases
Clinical case records have been maintained by the Centre from the start. It was among, if not the first organisation in India to seamlessly migrate to in-house electronic medical record system nearly 30 years ago. Currently it has a live database of more than 82,000 subjects with endocrine diseases
This invaluable source of data is used in continual improvement of clinical care obtained by each individual. The origin, evolution and future prediction of the growth of EDC information system has been widely published in peer-reviewed journals and in textbooks
Not only have a number of research publications resulted, but broad and deep collaboration with other areas of science as well as humanities was made possible
Integrated research was performed and the results widely published in the fields of psychology, computer sciences, pharmacy, botany, oceanography, architecture and mathematics, among others”
Endocrine and Diabetes Centre provides consulting and treatment for endocrine disorders including but not limited to:
PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome