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Welcome to the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center

The Allen Diabetes Center provides comprehensive diabetes care and treatment services for adults and children. The Center also offers other educational and support services designed specifically to meet the needs of patients with diabetes and their families.
 
The mission of the Mary & Dick Allen Diabetes Center is to make a difference by improving the quality of life for all people affected with diabetes or at risk of diabetes. The Allen Diabetes Center is supported by philanthropy and serves patients to enhance the care provided by their physicians.​


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Dr. Kris Iyer, M.D.
Kris V. IyerM.D.
Specialty: Diabetes Center
Phone: 949-764-8065
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Dr. Daniel Nadeau, M.D.
Daniel NadeauM.D.
Specialty: Diabetes Center
Phone: 949-764-8065
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Upcoming Events:


Bountiful Fall Foods
November 18, 2014, 5:30pm

Join the Allen Diabetes Center for a cooking demonstration and lecture to learn how to make healty fall favorites!

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Type 2 Diabetes Medications: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

November 19, 2014, 6:00pm

Diet and exercise are the keys to controlling the Type 2 diabetes epidemic. However, when medications are used, it is important to choose medications with the fewest side effects and best results. This presentation will separate what's real and what's not.

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Sweet Life - FREE Community Education

1st Fridays - Connect with other Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes