Welcome to the Diabetes and Endocrine Wellness Center Website. We are delighted you have chosen us to participate in your medical care.

Diabetes and Endocrine Wellness Center will provide care for adults with a wide range of Endocrine problems including diabetes mellitus, hypogonadism, lipid disorders, and diseases of the pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands.

Our website is a place where you can learn about us, where we are located, and find resources to help you understand more about endocrine diseases.

Thank you for choosing Diabetes and Endocrine Wellness Center for caring, compassionate service.

Our Response to COVID-19

Dear Valued Patient,

We have been staying up to date on all news and information regarding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus). Your safety and the safety of our team is of paramount importance to us. We want to share with you our response to the current pandemic.

In response to COVID19, we are limiting our in office visits. Your visit my be changed to a video visit. If you are changed to a video visit, you will keep your current appointment date and time. You will receive a text on the day of your appointment with instructions.

We are taking this situation very seriously and are taking every precaution. We encourage you to do the same. We are asking that all individuals wear a mask while in our office. We are also limiting the number of people in our office at any one time and ask that you do not bring any guests with you to your visit. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please remember that continuing to take care of yourself is especially important during this time. If you have any questions, please contact us via your patient portal. Alternatively, you may call us at 256-881-2700.

Best Regards,

Diabetes and Endocrine Wellness Center


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Federal Diabetes Exemption Forms

Beginning: January 2019

Our office will no longer complete federal government forms for diabetic patients who are treated with insulin and operate a commercial vehicle in interstate commerce.


On May 15, 2019, the State Committee of Public Health voted to make gabapentin a scheduled V medication, effective November 18, 2019. This decision was based on its potential for abuse and the need to properly monitor how it is prescribed in Alabama.

Effective November 1, 2019, our practice will no longer prescribe gabapentin for patients. We will be happy to refer you to a neurologist to treat your neuropathic symptoms.

2020 Holiday Closings

  • Thursday July 2nd and Friday July 3rd – Independence Day
  • Monday September 7th – Labor Day
  • Thurs & Fri November 26th-27th – Thanksgiving
  • Friday December 25th - Christmas

Best of Health, DEWC Team