The Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Diabetes Center is committed to helping you or your loved one successfully manage diabetes using the latest information, treatments, and technology available. While there is currently no cure for diabetes, it can be controlled, allowing people to have full, productive lives. By integrating diet, oral medication or insulin, and patient education, the Diabetes Center works to achieve the best possible outcomes, helping people with diabetes to live long and healthy lives.
Hopkins is a leader in serving people with diabetes. Consistently ranked as one of the top diabetes and endocrinology programs in the country, Johns Hopkins has a history of success.
The Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Diabetes Center offers diagnosis, assessment, education, management, and multidisciplinary care. Patient-centered care is at the heart of everything the Diabetes Center does, whether that means basic education, personal advice on what foods to eat and how to take medications, or the finer points of insulin pump use or continuous glucose monitoring.
With access to additional Hopkins resources and top specialists including the Wilmer Eye Institute, Hopkins Cardiology, Hopkins GYN/OB, and much more, Diabetes Center patients have available the full-range of treatment options. Focusing on teamwork, the Diabetes Center will communicate with your primary care-givers and will work with your insurance company.
Under the leadership of Diabetes Center Director Dr. Tom Donner, a renowned caregiver and researcher in the intensive management of type 1 diabetes and prevention of diabetes complications, the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Diabetes Center continues to reach new heights by building upon a long history of excellence.