For Healthcare Professionals

At the Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center, we partner with community physicians to ensure patients receive the best diabetes care available.

Our diabetes team includes:

  • Adult and Pediatric Endocrinologists
  • Certified Diabetes Educators
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Registered Nurses
  • Registered Dietitians
  • Adult and Pediatric Psychologists
  • Adult and Pediatric Social Worker
  • Adult and Pediatric Pharmacists
  • Exercise Physiologist

We are also involved in diabetes clinical research. This gives patients an opportunity to participate in studies and benefit from new research findings. Our center is a leader in developing and utilizing innovative technology for diabetes care.

The OHSU Physician Advice and Referral Service makes physician referrals as easy as possible. Patients require a referral placed by their PCP or referring provider. Medical records will be required as part of the referral process. Here you’ll find forms, an FAQ page, step-by-step instructions and a guide to our process. Please visit the OHSU Referral Service page for further information.

  1. Refer a patient for diabetes or prediabetes education
  2. Complete the OHSU Referral Form and fax to 503-346-6854
    • ​​​​​​​Select Diabetes Education (under Endocrinology) on the left side.
    • Specify the type of education visit. Choose one of the following and enter selection under specific medical issue to address at the visit:
      • ​​​​​​​Diabetes
        • ​​​​​​​Type 2 diabetes program *preferred for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes
        • Individual diabetes education
        • Nutrition
      • Prediabetes 
        • One-time prediabetes class
        • National Diabetes Prevention Program
        • Nutrition
    • Attach Labs and medications (chart notes optional).




Please call: 503-494-4704 or have your patient complete our Diabetes Research Online Form​​​​​​​

November 2020

"Structural Inequities and Diabetes: Challenges and Solutions"

Monica Peek, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., FACP

Watch the recorded lecture.

Monica Peek, M.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Monica Peek, M.D., M.P.H., M.S., F.A.C.P.

Training programs

OHSU endocrinology clinical case conferences

The purpose of Clinical Case Conferences is to improve healthcare provider competency and performance, enhancing the health status of our patient population with a focus on disorders of the endocrine system in both adults and children.

Clinical Case Conferences are free and open to all medical providers from OHSU and non-OHSU hospitals, community and private practice clinics. Clinical Case Conferences are also open to the public. Medical providers can receive CME by filling-out a brief online survey located in the link below.
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OHSU endocrinology fellowship

The OHSU Endocrinology Fellowship is a three-year program that provides high quality clinical and research training in endocrinology.
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OHSU dietetic internship

The OHSU dietetic internship includes a comprehensive two-week rotation in the Harold Schnitzer Diabetes Health Center. Interns receive valuable exposure to the nutritional and general management of patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

The OHSU dietetic internship lasts 10 months. It starts the day after Labor Day and ends in mid to late June.
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