Our Story

Our practice is named after San Miguel Island, one of the California Channel Islands. This island remains an anachronism, unspoiled in it’s pristine beauty and wildlife, still relatively undisturbed by modern man, and an inspiration for most who have been there. A priority of San Miguel Endocrine is to create our own anachronism by focusing first on our patients needs. Ask most anyone who has ever visited San Miguel Island if it was worth the trip, and the answer is the same we at San Miguel Endocrine would want for you to say after visiting us.

Our Approach

San Miguel Endocrine is using the latest, greatest information technology to facilitate medical record keeping, provide coordinated care with other providers, and most importantly make it easy for patients to both understand and utilize medical care. We invite you to explore our web site and promise our best to foster the trust and communication of true aloha for our patients and community in Honolulu. Thomas B. Francis, M.D.

Meet the Team

Thomas B. Francis, M.D.

Retired as a US Army Colonel after 26 years of service in November 2009, Dr. Francis’ deployments and temporary assignments included Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, and Vietnam. He has extensive clinical experience in Endocrinology with particular interest in Thyroid Cancer, Adrenal Disorders, Post bariatric nutritional deficiency, and Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. His family includes his spouse, Dr. Lucie Roux, and his two children, Madison and Lambert. His interests outside medicine have included running and scuba diving. He was certified as a Los Angeles County and PADI scuba diving instructor in 1979. The medical practice is named for San Miguel Island, one of Dr. Francis’s favorite diving spots.

Aja Barney — Office Manager, Billing

Aja Barney has been with San Endocrine for over 3 years.

She brings with her a degree from Leeward Community College in Medical Studies.

From Hawaii, her passion is to give to those in need.