School of Medicine



Patient Care

General endocrine cases are seen at three locations. These clinics are staffed by faculty endocrinologists and primarily serve adult patients who are being evaluated or treated for any endocrine condition.

Conditions Treated

Adrenal Disorders

Addison's Disease, Cushing's Syndrome, Pheochromocytoma


Glucose monitoring, insulin replacement therapy, oral medication, and more treatment options

Disorders of Calcium Metabolism

Hyperparathyroidism and Hypoparathyroidism


If an underlying disorder is found to be the cause, then treatment will target that disorder. But the main treatment is replacing testosterone.


Pituitary Tumors

Nonfunctional adenomas, Prolactin-producing tumors, ACTH-producing tumors, Growth hormone-producing tumors

Pituitary Hormone Disorders

Acromegaly, Diabetes Insipidus, Empty Sella Syndrome, Hypopituitarism


Treatment will depend on your symptoms, age, and general health. It will also depend on how severe the condition is.

Thyroid Disorders

Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis


Thyroid Nodule

Nodules are lumps of tissue in the thyroid gland. Most often, the cause of nodules isn’t known. 

Thyroid Canacer

You and your healthcare provider will discuss a treatment plan that's based on your type of cancer and your personal needs. 






Gina Cosentino, MD

Practice Locations:

 University Medical Center 



Taniya de Silva, MD

Practice Locations:

 University Medical Center 

 LSU Health Network - Uptown 



Suneeta Ganji, MD

Practice Locations:

 LSU Health Network - Uptown 

 Ochsner Kenner Medical Center


University Medical Center

Electrophysiology Clinic

2001 Tulane Avenue,  2nd Floor
New Orleans, LA, 70112


Ochsner Kenner Medical Center

200 West Esplanade Ave Ste 205
Kenner LA 70065


LSU Healthcare Network Clinic - Uptown

3700 St. Charles Ave, 5th floor
New Orleans, LA  70115