Valley Endocrine Associates
217 S 63rd St Ste 105, Mesa, AZ 85206

Local Endocrine Doctors in Mesa, AZ

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Dr. Abdul-Razzak Alamir, M.D. , F.A.C.E.

Dr. Alamir obtained his American Board Certification in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolic disorders after completing his fellowship training at the University of Florida at Jacksonville in 2010. He views endocrinology as a very rewarding specialty and has a deep passion for his work. He believes in the concept of treating his patients with compassion and kindness and takes pride in putting a smile back on his patient’s face. He has a special interest in adrenal disease, thyroid disease and diabetes. He received Resident of the Year Award during his Internal Medicine Residency training and has received several awards in the research field during his fellowship training. He was listed in Phoenix Magazine 2016 Top-Doctors in Phoenix, Arizona. During his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family including his wife and 3 children, playing tennis, and reading.
Education and Training
  • Medical School: Damascus University
  • Internship and Residency: Northeast Ohio Medical University, St Elizabeth hospital, Youngstown, OH
  • Fellowship: University of Florida at Jacksonville
  • Board Certification: Endocrinology and Internal Medicine
  • Dr. Alamir is a fellow of the American College of Endocrinology

Gyan Brard, M.D., F.A.C.E.

Doctor Brard was born in Seattle, Washington and spent most of his youth in California. He has been in private practice in Mesa since September 1997. While in practice, he has emphasized learning about insulin pumps. He prefers to download insulin pumps as part of routine follow-up on patients who have them. He started working with electronic medical records in 2000 and developed his own database application which has since been replaced by the commercial product the office currently uses.
If you asked why he became a doctor, he would tell you that he became a doctor to make patients’ lives better and will do just that if he possibly can. For diabetic patients that might mean helping them take control of their lives, prescribing new medication or technology, or just being a stable part of an overall regimen of self-care. For patients with thyroid and other hormonal conditions it might mean understanding complicated test results or unusual conditions. “The numerous demands of the current healthcare environment can depersonalize the practice of medicine. I try to find some way to connect with each patient on a personal level.”
Education and Training
  • Undergraduate: University of California, Santa Barbara- BA in physics
  • Medical School: Washington University, St. Louis
  • Internship and Residency: University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Fellowship/Post Graduate Training: University of California, San Diego
  • Board Certification: Endocrinology and Internal Medicine
  • Hospital Affiliations: Banner Baywood and Banner Heart Hospital
  • Doctor Brard has served on multiple hospital committees at Banner Baywood including Medicine, Ethics, Pharmacy, and Credentials.

Shahzad Shadmany, M.D., F.A.C.E

Dr. Shadmany attended medical school at Dow Medical. His professional interests include general endocrinology including diabetes mellitus, pituitary and thyroid disorders.
He enjoys running, hiking, traveling, and reading books. His wife is an internal medicine physician who also practices in the Phoenix Metro area. He has 3 children.
Education and Training
  • Undergraduate: Adamjee College, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Medical School: Dow Medical, Karachi, Pakistan- graduated in 1991.
  • Internship and Residency: Saint Francis Medical Center, New Jersey- graduated in 1998.
  • Fellowship/Post Graduate Training: University of Alabama Medical Center, Birmingham in 2000.
  • Board Certification: Endocrinology
  • Affiliations: Banner Baywood and Banner Heart Hospital

Robert C. Biesbroeck, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.E

**Retired from practice on 06/30/17**