TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 4, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The Hospital for Endocrine Surgery, a groundbreaking institution specializing in tumors and cancers of the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands, marks its two-year anniversary with a remarkable achievement: exceeding 20,000 new patient consults. This achievement, reached in just under two years since its opening in January 2022, underscores the hospital’s position as the world’s largest endocrine surgery center. The synergy of the Norman Parathyroid Center, Clayman Thyroid Center, and Carling Adrenal Center has attracted patients from 98 countries around the globe and all 50 states, reaffirming their status as leaders in the field.
In a landscape where specialized healthcare institutions are continually evolving, the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery has demonstrated unparalleled dedication to improving the lives of those affected by endocrine disorders. This milestone reflects not only the remarkable growth of the hospital but also its unwavering commitment to providing cutting-edge care to patients worldwide.
Dr. Jim Norman, Founder of the Norman Parathyroid Center, shared his enthusiasm for this milestone, stating, “Our journey over the past two years has been nothing short of remarkable. We are honored to have helped over 20,000 patients from across the globe regain their health and quality of life. This is a testament to our team’s dedication and expertise.”
The hospital’s success story continues with significant growth within each of its specialized practices:
- Carling Adrenal Center: The Carling Adrenal Center stands out with an astounding growth rate of 50% from 2022 to 2023. This center’s expertise in adrenal surgery and adrenal tumor removal has made it a beacon of hope for patients dealing with adrenal issues, both benign and malignant.
- Clayman Thyroid Center: The Clayman Thyroid Center has also experienced a remarkable growth rate of 44% from 2022 to 2023. This expansion reflects the trust patients place in the center’s world-renowned experts, known for their excellence in diagnosing and treating thyroid conditions.
- Norman Parathyroid Center: The Norman Parathyroid Center has been the largest parathyroid treatment center for over 25 years and has had its 24th year of growth this past year. This achievement underscores its reputation for pioneering minimally invasive parathyroid surgery techniques, resulting in quicker recovery times and improved patient outcomes.
The Hospital for Endocrine Surgery is proud to have garnered global recognition so quickly, drawing patients from diverse backgrounds and locations. This two-year milestone serves as a testament to the hospital’s unwavering dedication to advancing the field of endocrine surgery.
Dr. Gary Clayman, Founder of the Clayman Thyroid Center, commented on the institution’s global reach, saying, “We are humbled to see patients traveling from nearly 100 different countries and every state in the USA to seek our expertise. Our commitment to providing world-class care knows no borders, and we are thrilled to have made such a positive impact on so many lives.”
Dr. Tobias Carling, Founder of the Carling Adrenal Center, echoed these sentiments, stating, “The growth of the Carling Adrenal Center is a reflection of our team’s dedication to delivering exceptional care to patients with adrenal disorders. We remain committed to expanding our knowledge and refining our techniques to serve even more patients in the years to come.”
Coinciding with this momentous occasion, the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery is embarking on a construction journey that will pave the way for additional inpatient hospital beds, an expanded pre-operative area, and six new operating rooms. These developments underscore the unparalleled growth experienced by the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery, just two years after it opened its doors in Tampa, Florida.
About the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery:
The Hospital for Endocrine Surgery, established in January 2022, is the world’s largest endocrine surgery practice, encompassing the Norman Parathyroid Center, Clayman Thyroid Center, and Carling Adrenal Center. Committed to advancing the field of endocrine surgery and providing world-class care, the hospital has surpassed 20,000 new patient consults within just two years of its inception. Patients from 98 countries and all 50 states have sought the expertise of the hospital’s renowned specialists.
About the Norman Parathyroid Center
Located in Tampa, Florida, the Norman Parathyroid Center is the leading parathyroid gland tumor treatment center in the world, performing nearly 3,800 parathyroid operations annually. Well known for cure rates over 99% via an operation that typically lasts about 20 minutes, the Norman Parathyroid Center’s success centers on a teamwork approach by the most experienced parathyroid surgeons in the world.
www.parathyroid.com | (813) 972-0000
About the Carling Adrenal Center:
Founded by Dr. Tobias Carling, one of the world’s leading experts in adrenal gland surgery, the Carling Adrenal Center is a worldwide destination for the surgical treatment of adrenal tumors. Dr. Carling spent nearly 20 years at Yale University, including 7 as the Chief of Endocrine Surgery before leaving in 2020 to open to Carling Adrenal Center, which performs more adrenal operations than any other hospital in the world.
www.adrenal.com | (813) 972-0000
About the Clayman Thyroid Center:
Founded by one of the nation’s best-known thyroid surgeons, the Clayman Thyroid Center is the highest volume thyroid cancer referral center in the United States. The Center boasts the most experienced thyroid surgeons in the US who provide personalized care allowing the greatest opportunity for cancer cure, wellness and cosmetic, and functional, outcomes via all types of thyroid surgery from minimal incision to scarless thyroid surgery to advanced cancer care.
www.thyroidcancer.com | (813) 940-3130
For media inquiries or more information about the Hospital for Endocrine Surgery, please contact:
Julie Canan, Director of Marketing
(941) 468-3002 | [email protected]
SOURCE Norman Parathyroid Center