Medical Specialties

Cardiometabolic Risk Assessment, Research and Education (CARE) Program


The state's only multidisciplinary program focused on high-risk children and the prevention of chronic diseases. 

CARE Program Education

The CARE Program at Phoenix Children's Hospital operates under the division of endocrinology. Children and families have access to all of the specialists they may need including: GI, neurology and psychology, hepatology, cardiology, pulmonary, genetics and social work. 

The Care Programs provides health education and promotes the prevention of premature cardiovascular disease, which often leads to premature heart attacks and strokes as children become young adults.

Fighting Obesity in Children

Obesity is the most prevalent nutritional disorder among children and adolescents in the United States. Approximately 21-24% of American children and adolescents are overweight, and another 16-18% is morbidly obese; the prevalence of obesity is highest among specific ethnic groups.

To address the needs of the community, the division of endocrinology has established the CARE Program to address the growing needs of children and adolescents with weight-related diseases.

The CARE Program strives to improve the lives of children in a number of ways, including:

Contact us

Phone: 602-933-0677
Fax: 602-933-2471



If you need a prescription refill, please contact your pharmacy and have them fax or electronically communicate with us. This is the best way to ensure prescription refill accuracy. If this is unsuccessful, please email us as noted above; call if immediate assistance is needed. 

If you have a clinical question, please see the documents you received at your last clinic visit with us for contact and other information, or try the phone or email address above. Of note, we cannot answer any clinical questions for patients who are not a part of our practice already.

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