McLeod Diabetes Center Treats Chronic Diabetes Patients

There are many advantages for patients in treating their chronic diabetes at the McLeod Diabetes Center including:

  • Extensive range of patient services
  • Highly trained and experienced staff of Certified Diabetes Educators
  • Free support groups
  • Coordination with Women’s Health Services
  • Inpatient and Outpatient diabetes education

The McLeod Diabetes Center has been recognized by the Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists, the American Diabetes Association, and the Diabetes Initiative of South Carolina for meeting national and state standards of diabetes education.

For more information about diabetes and diabetes services at McLeod, call the
McLeod Diabetes Center at (843) 777-6000. Physician referral is required for an appointment.

McLeod Diabetes Center located in McLeod Medical Park East,
101 William H. Johnson Street Suite 210 Florence SC 29506

  • List of McLeod Diabetes Center Services

    • Diabetes self-management education, individual and group education classes
    • Weight management, nutritional counseling, carbohydrate counting education
    • Diabetes foot care
    • Insulin self-administration, Insulin pump training, Insulin pen utilization
    • Training for home glucose monitoring
    • Individualized care plan, exercise plan
    • Stress and time management
  • Learn About Diabetes

    Diabetes develops when the body does not make enough insulin or cannot use the insulin it makes.

    • The foods we eat break down into sugar or glucose, which flows through the bloodstream.
    • The pancreas gland makes insulin, which moves the sugar from the bloodstream into body cells, giving them energy to do their jobs.
    • When the body stops making enough insulin, sugar builds up in the blood and cannot get into the body cells.
    • People may have very high blood sugar levels when their diabetes is first diagnosed.
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    Look for these signs of Diabetes:

    • Extreme thirst and hunger
    • Frequent urination
    • Blurred vision
    • Fatigue or weakness and
    • Unplanned weight loss
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