Welcome to the home page of Hayes Endocrine and Diabetes Center!

Hayes Endocrine and Diabetes Center specializes in the treatment of diabetes and other endocrine disorders including those of the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary, adrenal glands, testes and ovaries.  We are a dynamic comprehensive treatment care center with our main goal to provide compassionate, state of the art services in a friendly and warm environment.

Welcome to Hayes Endocrine and Diabetes Center!!!  Whether you are a healthcare professional, a patient, or new friend, we hope that our site helps acquaint you with our philosophies, our attitudes, and our services.

We are a comprehensive treatment center for Endocrine care.  The most common endocrine disease today is diabetes.  In fact, diabetes and obesity have reached epidemic proportions in our country today.  It is estimated that by 2050, one in three individuals will have diabetes.

At HEDC, all our staff either has diabetes themselves or has a close family member affected by the disease.  We understand first hand what it is like to balance blood sugars, meals, exercise, medication and more, all within the setting of trying to live a "normal" life.  We strongly believe in PREVENTION.

Diabetes can be devastating if not controlled properly.  Our goal is to empower our patients to understand the disease so that they can control their condition, rather than the condition controlling them.

We have the technology, the passion, and the experience necessary to provide state of the art treatment for the diabetic patient.  We use multiple medication regimens including injections, pills, insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitoring and more all tailored to meet the individual needs of the patient.

Hayes Endocrine and Diabetes Center
Dr. Hayes will always be indebted to her wonderful father Jim Hayes, whose main goal in life was to make his daughter's dreams a reality.   As a co-founder of HEDC  in 1997, Jim, a mechanical engineer for many years,  worked tirelessly as her office manager and supporter.  He constructed her building, the home of Hayes Endocrine and Diabetes Center in 2004.  After completing the construction of a second medical office building housing three medical condominiums, Jim began exhibiting signs of dementia.  One of Dr. Hayes' greatest challenges in her life was the sense of helplessness she felt as she witnessed her father's health decline.  She lost her father in 2011, yet his "can do" attitude, his never ceasing to dream BIG, and his love of hard work will forever live in her heart.