Board Certified by the American Boards of Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Dr. Kaye received his medical degree from Brown University where he was
elected to the Sigma Xi Scientific Honor Society. Following his internal
medicine training at Brown and its affiliated hospitals, Dr. Kaye completed
a fellowship at Cornell University Medical Center at New York Hospital
and the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. He subsequently joined the faculty
of the Harvard University Medical School where he served as a consultant
to the prestigious Joslin Diabetes Center and the New England Deaconess
/ Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.
In 1985 Dr. Kaye founded Palm Beach Diabetes and Endocrine Specialists, PA. “From the Joslin Clinic, I carried with me the belief that normalizing blood sugars can prevent many of the dreadful complications of Diabetes. Diabetic education is the first step in this process. It empowers our patients to help manage their own diabetes,” Dr. Kaye related.
The past president of the Palm Beach County American Diabetes Association, Dr. Kaye also served as Chief of Endocrinology at both Good Samaritan and St. Mary’s Hospitals. A current member of the Endocrine Society and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Kaye has been named to the list of Top Physicians of America, as chosen by his own peers.
Over the past several years Dr. Kaye has presented lectures on various endocrine diseases at local and national levels. His articles on diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease and cholesterol disorders have been widely published in the well respected New England Journal and the Archives of Internal Medicine. As a contributing author to the popular magazine, Diabetes Forecast, and the co-director of the Metabolic Research Institute, Inc., he continues to be actively involved in medical research issues.
In addition to diabetes, Dr. Kaye maintains a strong interest in osteoporosis, cholesterol metabolism and obesity, as well as disorders of the thyroid gland.