Main telephone number:
020 8401 3000

Diabetes

About Croydon Adult Diabetes Service (CADS)

Croydon Adult Diabetes Service (CADS) aims to keep people healthy and reduce the number of people who need to be admitted to hospital with complications arising from diabetes. We are able to offer advice and care for your condition closer to home, making it easier and quicker for people to receive advice or treatment. We can provide a seamless service between the different layers and types of care, depending on the severity of your condition, to ensure we deliver high quality care. 

Our focus is to enable adults with diabetes to remain healthy by working with them to manage their condition. We can reduce the risk of short and long term complications by providing individuals with diabetes, their family, friends and carers with the skills, knowledge and confidence to self-manage their diabetes effectively.

We promote this through individual and group education contacts with people who have diabetes and by supporting, educating and increasing the skills of other healthcare professionals who provide care to people with diabetes.

Our diabetes care team provide support to adults with diabetes in a variety of community locations and in the homes of housebound patients.

Our clinics are spread across Croydon to provide access closer to home.

 

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Important information for all patients and visitors

Visitors Guide

Outpatient Guide

Inpatient Guide

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