The Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Diabetes Center is committed to helping you or your loved one successfully manage diabetes. We use the latest information, treatments and technology available. Our foremost goal is to help people with diabetes live long and healthy lives. While there is no cure for diabetes it can be controlled, allowing people to have full, productive lives. By integrating diet, oral medication or insulin, we work with people to assure the best possible outcome.
Hopkins is a leader in serving people with diabetes. Consistently ranked as one of the top three 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. And we have access to additional Hopkins resources to give you a full-range of treatment options. Top specialists are also available at the Wilmer Eye Institute, our cardiology division, our obstetrics division and the Children's Center. We will communicate with your primary care-givers, and work with your insurance carrier.
We believe in patient-centered care. For some, this means basic education, personal advice on what foods to eat and how to take medications. For others, the fine points of insulin pump use or continuous glucose monitoring may apply. But for everyone, we want to make you “all that you can be.”
Dr. Tom Donner joined the division of endocrinology in September, 2010 and is now the Director of the Diabetes Center. His primary clinical and research interests include intensive management of type 1 diabetes, and prevention of diabetes complications.