Allen B. King, MD
- University of California, Berkeley
- Creighton University Medical School
- University of Colorado
- Stanford University
Allen B. King, MD FACP, FACE, CDE received his degrees and training at the University of California, Berkeley; Creighton University Medical School; the University of Colorado; and Stanford University.
He has authored more than 100 papers, book chapters and books in medical science and speaks nationally and internationally on new advances in diabetes. He is an advisor and reviewer for several medical journals. Over his 40 years of practice, he has served more than 20,000 patients with diabetes. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco, Natividad medical Center, and medical director of the Diabetes Care Center in Salinas, CA.
In October 1998, Allen King co-founded the Diabetes Care Center which focuses on the treatment, education and support of people with diabetes. The Center’s philosophy is to empower the patient who has diabetes with knowledge and education that lets the patient control their health, life, and future. The Center has pioneered understanding and simplification of insulin dosing for providers and evaluated new medications’ benefits and side effects that were not addressed by the manufactures.