Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center

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About Us

Harold Hamm Diabetes Center (HHDC) serves as Oklahoma’s focal point for fighting the diabetes epidemic. Research, patient care, education and prevention are all required to address diabetes in a comprehensive manner. The Center was established by the University of Oklahoma in the College of Medicine with the goal of promoting the well-being of all people with or at high risk for diabetes in Oklahoma regardless of ethnic background or financial status.

Vision

To help Oklahomans combat the epidemic of diabetes

Mission

To be a world leader in eradicating diabetes through innovative research focused on progress toward a cure, dramatically improved patient care, and strategies aimed at the prevention of diabetes.

Goals

  • Develop basic and clinical reseach programs with emphasis on translating advances in basic research to clinical practice
  • Provide the highest standards of diabetes care; empower community programs; provide community level support where needed
  • Become the education resource of choice regarding diabetes for public, professional and policy development needs
  • Promote access to preventative health care for all citizens of Oklahoma who are at risk of diabetes or its complications
  • Develop infrastructure to coordinate funding, planning and services to support the mission of Harold Hamm Diabetes Center