Pituitary Program

The Yale Pituitary Program is a leading resource for the evaluation and management of children and adults with pituitary disease. The pituitary is a tiny gland located below the brain that controls the secretions of the body’s hormones, often creating too much or too little of them.

Yale New Haven Hospital is a regional center for pituitary surgery and our physicians have specific expertise in treating a variety of neuroendocrine diseases, including Cushing's disease and adult growth hormone deficiency syndrome.

We also evaluate and treat reproductive disorders in collaboration with the section of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility. Additionally, we work closely with colleagues in neurosurgery, surgical endocrinology, therapeutic radiology and other departments to make sure you benefit from our patient-centered, team-based approach.