Regardless of where you are with diabetes—newly diagnosed, fighting type 1 or type 2, or being there for a loved one—there’s something you should know: help is here. Let’s beat this thing together. Kentucky Diabetes Endocrinology Center has served patients for over 26 years. We are an independent clinic of two physicians and two physician’s assistants specializing in endocrinology, or disorders of hormones and metabolism. We have a team of certified diabetic educators who work closely with our physicians to provide our diabetic patients the best education and care possible. Our education department is accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.
I wanted to say thank you! Jeremy got us in to see you so quickly. We were so scared and you gave us hope and direction. I truly believe you were the answer to our prayers. I can never thank you enough but know this, you will always be a hero to us!
I really like Dr. Meirs and his staff! Very friendly and personable! I drive from Richmond to go there so they have to be great! I recommend them to everyone!
Employees are extremely kind and willing to help any way they can. Dr. Wendell Miers always cares about sharing his thoughts about making you feel well.
I really liked how everything that needed to be done (Ultrasound and bloodwork) could all be done right there in the same office. Dr. Myers was great to work with.
I feel Dr. Lyle Myers really cares about my health. He is always professional and very good to answer any questions I may have about controlling my type 2 diabetes.