About W. Patrick Zeller MD
W. Patrick Zeller, MD is a board certified pediatric endocrinologist with a private practice in the western suburbs of Chicago. Dr. Zeller is the founder and state chair of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, Illinois Chapter.
Dr. Zeller received his MD from Loyola University of Chicago. Dr. Zeller completed a pediatric residency at Northwestern University and a research and clinical fellowship in diabetes and insulin metabolism at Brown University. He then joined the faculty at his alma mater Loyola University.
While at Loyola, Dr. Zeller established a division of Pediatric Endocrine, Metabolism and Nutrition, as well as a fellowship program in that division. He founded The Pediatric Metabolic Support Team and The Metabolic Kitchen and started a research program in the ontogeny of glucoregulation with an emphasis on insulin metabolism and the molecular mechanism of glucose transporters.
When he retired from Loyola in 1997, Dr. Zeller was a Tenured Professor of Pediatrics and Physiology.
Dr. Zeller has more than 200 publications, and he is a reviewer for multiple journals. He lectures extensively on glucose regulation and is focused on clinical endocrinology and documentation with electronic medical record and information technology to enhance patient care and physician reimbursement.
In 2010, Chicago Magazine named Dr. Zeller as a top endocrinologist in the Chicago area.
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