Right now i'm looking for a new endo as I still see a pediatric endo and I will be going away to college soon (I'm 18). I know that my endo told me he would see me until I'm 2 or so, but he only see's me on Wednesday's. Who know's what my schedule will be like? And I don't drive, so that is also a problem.
Anyway...does anyone know of a good endo in the Philly area?
Thanks for the help :)

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The "Philadelphia area" covers a pretty large area. I really like my endo who's based in West Chester (Mariele Briones). Good luck with your search.
Is she attached to CCH?

Her name is familiar somehow.... she doesn't practice with the identical twins Lisa Johnson MD and her sister (whose name I forget at this second) does she?
Dr. Nagelberg - Northeast Philly - excellent
good luck.
Oops...should have mentioned Northeast Philly!
Thanks guys :)
I would recommend Steven Nagelberg, MD or his associates. He has been my endocrinologist for years. He is affiliated with Aria (formerly Frankford ) and possibly other hospitals and several insurance companies coverage. He has offices in Bala Cynwood on City Line Avenue and in the Northeast on Roosevelt Boulevard. There is bus transportation from SEPTA to his offices..
I highly recommend: Dr. Stanley Schwartz at U. Penn
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Hospitals: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania - UPHS, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center - UPHS; Address: Hosp Univ Penn, EDM Div, Philadelphia, PA 19104; Phone: 215-662-8099; Board Cert: Internal Medicine 1976; Med School: Univ Chicago-Pritzker Sch Med 1973; Resid: Internal Medicine, Hosp Univ Penn 1976; Fac Appt: Assoc Clin Prof Med, Univ Pennsylvania
Thanks everyone for the suggestions :)
I really appreciate it!
Dr. Carrie Burns at UPenn is pretty awesome
Dr. Serena Cardillo is my endo. She is at Univ. of Penn. At the Penn Rodebaugh Diabetes center. This is a great place, good support.

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