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Dr. Nancy Andrews has practiced endocrinology and nuclear medicine at Tri-County Endocrinology for the past 33 years. She treats all areas of endocrinology with emphasis on diabetes and thyroid disease, and her practice includes patients of all ages.
Dr. Andrews received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and her medical degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines, Iowa. She served a general internship and internal medicine residency at Saginaw Osteopathic Hospital in Saginaw, Michigan. Her endocrinology fellowship/nuclear medicine training was completed at Detroit Osteopathic Hospital Corporation.
She is board certified in endocrinology, nuclear medicine and internal medicine and is a fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American College of Osteopathic Internists. Moreover, Dr. Andrews is a clinical associate professor of Internal Medicine at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She served as past director of the endocrinology fellowship program for Detroit Osteopathic Hospital Corporation and director of the diabetic education program at Bi-County Hospital. In October 2008, she became a fellow of the Gillum Society of the American College of Osteopathic Internists. Dr. Andrews has been recognized by the Consumer Research Council of America's Guide to Top Physicians in the 2004-2008 editions. She is a member of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and American Diabetes Association.
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Dr. Eric S. Langer is a specialist in General Endocrinology in association with the medical staffs of Troy Beaumont Hospital, McLaren Medical Center – Macomb, and Henry Ford Macomb Hospital – Clinton Township. He is board certified in General Endocrinology and Internal Medicine, with adjunctive certifications in Clinical Bone Densitometry and Ultrasound-guided Thyroid Biopsy.
A member of Tri-County Endocrinology & Nuclear Medicine, P.C. since 1991, Dr. Langer's interests concentrate in the areas of diabetes mellitus, thyroid/parathyroid disease, osteoporosis, dyslipidemias, pituitary and adrenal gland disorders, and a variety of other general endocrine conditions.
Dr. Langer completed his undergraduate degree at Fordham University in New York and graduate studies through the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He accomplished his Internal Medicine certification at Mount Clemens General Hospital, and sub-specialty education in Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine through the Detroit Osteopathic Medical Center.
Dr. Langer presently serves as Program Director of the Endocrinology Fellowship Program at McLaren Medical Center – Macomb, concurrent with academic appointments as Clinical Faculty-Adjunct Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Oakland University - William Beaumont School of Medicine, and Des Moines University – College of Osteopathic Medicine.
In the sub-specialty area of Endocrinology, Dr. Langer is a Fellow of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, and has been previously recognized as a "Michigan Top Doctor" by the Detroit Hour Magazine, selected by the Detroit News/Free Press, in association with Key Professional Media, to the 2011-present Editions of Detroit Super Doctors, and Consumer's Checkbook Magazine's, "Guide to Top Doctors".
Dr. Amy Lum Tobin completed her bachelor's degree in science and medical technology at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. She then proceeded to graduate from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, followed by an internal medicine residency at Botsford General Hospital. Her endocrinology and nuclear medicine fellowship was completed through Bi-County Community Hospital in Warren, Michigan. Dr. Tobin is board certified in internal medicine and endocrinology. She is a member of American Diabetes Association, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, American College of Osteopathic Internists and the International Society for Clinical Densitometry. She currently practices adult general endocrinology and nuclear medicine.
Sandy became associated with Tri-County Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine, P.C. in 2007. Originally performing in the capacity of an Infusion Nurse Specialist for osteoporosis-related treatment protocols, she has since transitioned to full-time as coordinator for all clinically—based services.
Sandy graduated from Macomb Community College. She acquired extensive Medical/ Surgical and Oncology-Hospice unit experience during a 21 year career at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center. As such, her clinical expertise includes the implementation of Chemotherapeutic and Bio-therapeutic Infusion Protocols, experience in the clinical management of Cardio-Pulmonary related pathologies, Osteoporosis and Diabetes.
During her nursing tenure, Sandy also achieved certiﬁcations in Cardio-Pulmonaty Resuscitation, Pain and Epidural Analgesia Management, Osteoporosis Treatment, Wound Prevention, Vascular Access Device Protocols, and CAPD—dialysis Management. In the capacity of Clinical Preceptor, Sandy was also responsible for the design and facilitation of educational agendas specific to the professional growth and development of newly hired Registered Nurses and Nursing School graduates.
Currently, Sandy serves as the acting Coordinator of Medical Services for Tri-County Endocrinology and Nuclear Medicine, P.C., a position accountable to the clinical arenas of Insulin Pump education, training & management, clinical implementation of continuous glucose monitoring systems, facilitation of osteoporosis-based infusion therapies, assistance with ultrasound—guided ﬁne—needle aspiration/biopsies of the thyroid, and general-medical patient care management.
She is also the program director of Tri—County’s ADA Certiﬁed Center for Comprehensive Diabetic Education. Unique to a private practice setting, the program’s intent is to thoroughly conduct patient evaluations and subsequently deﬁne the appropriate educational, counseling, and therapeutic strategies that will comprehensively accelerate the efﬁciency of diabetic management and patient care.
Kelley graduated from Oakland University with her Bachelor's Degree in Biology in 2002. She then graduated from Wayne State University in 2013 with her Master's Degree as a Physician Assistant.
Kelley is married with 4 grown children, youngest with Type 1 diabetes. He is the reason she pursued her degree in the medical field after raising her family.