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    Who We Are

    In 2014, Inland Endocrine was founded to bring personalized, compassionate endocrinology care to the community of Rancho Cucamonga, California.  Our team of endocrinology specialists are highly trained to offer accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and innovative monitoring for endocrine system conditions.  At Inland Endocrine, our practice has evolved to offer individualized care with face-to-face visits and virtual telemedicine visits.  We provide comprehensive patient care, including education and management of diabetes, osteoporosis, and other endocrine disorders.  Our specialists will help you develop a personalized wellness plan with proper nutrition, exercise, and therapy for improved quality of life.


    Inland Endocrine accepts most major insurance plans like Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, Humana, Cigna, BlueShield of California, and many more. 

    You can also check the full list here

    If your insurance is not listed above, please contact us at 909-474-2333 for more information.


    Payment must be made in full at the time of service. We accept cash, check, and most major credit cards. If you are using insurance, you may receive a bill as many plans require deductible payments, which cannot be accurately determined at the time of service.

    Cancellation Policy

    When you schedule an appointment, we reserve that time for you. If you need to reschedule or cancel please call as soon as possible. For cancellations, we require a 24-hour notice. A $25 cancellation fee will apply when done within 24 hours of the appointment and also for no-shows.

    Other Common Questions

    How do I use my insurance?

    It is recommended that you call your insurance plan and check your benefits for an Endocrinologist prior to seeking treatment. The phone number to customer service is on the back of your insurance card. 


    What should I bring to my first appointment?

    Please have your primary care provider fax a referral and your relevant prior records to our office. 

    You may also bring :

    • Photo ID and your insurance card
    • New patient information packet forms – a member of our team will get in touch and send you the patient intake form to fill in. This is only necessary for your first appointment and will help speed up your check-in time.
    • Any additional documents, lab results, radiology reports, or documents pertinent to your case.
    • A detailed list of your medications or the actual bottles and boxes to all medications and supplements you take for the doctors to review. This is only necessary for your first appointment.
    • If you are a diabetic patient, please bring your glucometer(s) or any blood sugar logs for the doctor to review for at least 1-2 weeks.


    How do I obtain my medical record?

    All requests for medical records must be made in writing. Requests for medical records not from the individual client must include a fully completed consent for release of information. 


    Is my information confidential?

    Your right to protect your health information is important to us. We follow HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) guidelines to take extra precautionary measures to ensure the safety of your personal information. Everyone in our practice, staff included, have completed training on confidentiality, and many of our electronic records and communications are encrypted.