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Welcome. Our practice and training is dedicated to providing compassionate, quality care to patients experiencing health concerns related to the endocrine system.
The endocrine system is the collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep and mood, among other things.
Common health conditions related to the endocrine system include diabetes and thyroid disorders.
We diagnose, treat and provide ongoing care for a full range of areas including:
- Continuous Glucose Monitoring
- Insulin Pump Therapy
- Thyroid disease
- Over and under production of hormones
- Thyroid cancer
- Thyroid nodules
- PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
- Transgender care
- Adrenal insufficiency
- Pituitary tumors
- Neuroendocrine tumors
View additional information and patient forms at our Complete Endocrinology website.
Before your scheduled appointment, we encourage you to fill out any forms in the comfort of your home. To get started, click on the appropriate link, print out the forms, fill them out and bring them to your scheduled appointment. If you are a new patient, please arrive 30 minutes early for registration and be sure to bring any insurance cards you may have, as well as, your photo ID.
Non-Diabetes New Patient Form
Diabetes New Patient Form
Cancellation/Late Arrival Policy
Release of Records
Meet our Providers
Shannon Wakeley, MD
Dr. Wakeley is a native Nebraskan with roots in northeast Nebraska. She completed a degree in exercise science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She then attended medical school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Following medical school she completed her internal medicine residency at the University of California, Davis in Sacramento. She then returned to Nebraska where she attended UNMC and completed her endocrinology fellowship in July 2010. Since that time she has been practicing general endocrinology in Lincoln, Neb.
Outside of her career, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, hiking and travel.
Aaron Ward, MD
Dr. Ward grew up in rural Nebraska. He completed his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He then attended medical school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Following medical school, he completed his internal medicine residency at the University of California, Davis in Sacramento.
Since returning to Nebraska his career has taken him from general internist, to hospitalist and now diabetes consultant. He has special interest in diabetes prevention, cardio metabolic risk reduction through lifestyle changes and complex lipid management. He loves working with emerging diabetes technologies such as insulin pumps and continuous glucose monitoring. Dr. Ward is a member of the American Diabetes Association and National Lipid Association as well as many technology interest groups.
“I get so excited when my patients have breakthroughs with new technologies, or are able to prevent or cut back on medication use through lifestyle changes or new therapies. If it’s not effective, simple and affordable it’s probably not going to work. Every person needs their own individualized plan. I love having discussions about why we recommend different therapies, and knowing we are giving the most current, personalized care.”
Madeline Jones-Ryan, DO
My focus is caring for the whole person – mind and body – versus just the disease. Using my background and training, I work my patients to develop successful strategies that take into account various aspects of their life.
My specialty is treating endocrine issues. This includes conditions such as:
- Thyroid – cancer, nodules, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism
- Transgender care
- Adrenal gland disorders
- Pituitary disorders
- Osteoporosis, parathyroid
As a person with type 1 diabetes, I have a special interest helping patients live with diabetes. I am a big proponent of diabetes technology and how new advances in this area can improve the health and lifestyle for my patients. This includes pumps, continuous glucose monitors and other technology.
Emily Plautz, PA-C
Emily grew up on a farm in central Nebraska. After earning a bachelor’s degree in nutrition science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she went on to attend the University of Nebraska Medical Center where she earned her master’s degree in physician assistant studies. She enjoys all aspects of endocrinology, and is especially interested in diabetes management.
In her free time, Emily enjoys traveling, reading, running and spending time with friends and family.
Dylan Oatman, PA-C
My goal when patients visit is that they feel heard and that I answer all questions or concerns appropriately and thoroughly. I enjoy educating patients and equipping them with knowledge, so they feel empowered and involved in the decision-making process. I like to create an environment where patients feel comfortable and cared for, and that they are making progress toward their health goals.
Special areas of interest include:
- Cardiometabolic issues (these are interrelated conditions that include coronary heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure as well as type 2 diabetes, obesity and liver disease)
- Thyroid disease
- General endocrinology issues
- Transgender care
Being a Lincoln native, I feel thankful to be able to give back by providing care to those in the Lincoln and surrounding areas. It’s a very rewarding feeling to be able to help patients feel better in their time of need. It inspires me to do my best each day.
New Patient Referral
If you want to refer a patient or be a new patient, we require medical records be reviewed prior to scheduling. Please have your referring doctor fax or mail us the following:
- Letter of referral reason and urgency
- Patient demographics, including insurance
- Last six months of office visit/clinic notes
We will notify the referring office by letter if your patient is scheduled or placed on a waiting list. Please note that we strive to provide quality care in a timely fashion, but due to limited endocrinology care in the area, it may take several weeks to months for new patients to be seen in our clinic. Our new patient referral form can be filled out and attached with records.
Patient Referral Form
Bryan Health MyChart Patient Portal
We offer our patients convenient, quality care and easy ways for you to stay in touch about your health through Bryan Health MyChart, our secure, online patient portal.
You can use Bryan Health MyChart – anytime day or night – to:
- Schedule and request appointments
- Request prescription refills
- View test results from our office and any Bryan Health location
- Request access to and view family health records
- Secure message your doctor or nurse
- And more!
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We accept most insurance plans, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield.
Online Bill Pay
For your convenience, we offer online bill pay for care received starting October 1. If your bill looks like this, you can make a payment online either through MyChart or through our guest pay option.
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If you would like to talk to a member of our team about payment of your bill, please call 1-877-577-9277 or 402-481-5791.
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