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Specialist in Diabetes and Endocrinology
Kathryn Dinh, MD is a board-eligible endocrinologist with special interests in osteoporosis, calcium, thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary disorders, as well as endocrine cancers. Her passion for helping people lead whole, purposeful lives led her to pursue a career in medicine.
Dr. Dinh is originally from Evansville, Indiana. She attended Butler University in Indianapolis. Dr. Dinh received her medical degree with honors from Harvard Medical School. While attending medical school, she completed a year of research on prostate cancer, including the impact of hormonal therapy on patients, resulting in several first-author publications. After medical school, Dr. Dinh completed her internal medicine residency and endocrine fellowship at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Dinh is committed to the diagnoses, treatment, and management of endocrine disorders. Her favorite part of her job is building relationships with her patients and knowing that she has helped someone’s symptoms improve or manage their chronic illness better. Dr. Dinh believes in first listening to patients and developing a relationship. She is committed to a detail-oriented and holistic evaluation in order to work together in building a patient-centered plan. Dr. Dinh strives to provide compassionate care that is evidence-based, up-to-date, and practical for each patient.
She is moving to Chattanooga with her loving husband who is also a physician and her rambunctious 2-year-old son. While her favorite thing is to spend time with them, her other hobbies include baking, reading historical fiction, watching musicals, and drinking coffee with friends. So far, her favorite thing about Chattanooga has been how friendly everyone is! She loves the beauty of the city and looks forward to exploring the food and art scenes.
4980 Alpha Lane
Hixson, TN 37343
To provide compassionate care that is evidence-based, up-to-date, and practical for each patient.
M.D. | Harvard Medical School
Residency & Fellowship | University of Washington
They cover a lot of ground, diagnosing and treating conditions that affect your:
Your regular doctor can treat diabetes, but they might refer you to an endocrinologist when:
You can always ask to go to an endocrinologist, too, even though your doctor doesn’t suggest it first. When you see one, you’ll still need to visit your primary doctor as well. They’ll work together.