Center for Diabetes, Endocrine and Cardiopulmonary Diseases

About us

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Clinic Diacor was founded on 2009 as a center of management of Noncommunicable chronic diseases. Centre was established in order to solve tactics of treatment of endocrine and cardio-pulmonary diseases with multidisciplinary approach


Our first challenge was the Diabetes and Complications Prevention Program, which was supported by the Government of Japan. The goal of the program was to screen and prevent metabolic diseases using modern technologies and knowledge, which resulted in early detection and reduction of the risk of metabolic diseases in the population of Georgia, particularly in diabetes, obesity, chronic respiratory diseases, osteoporosis and cardiovascular diseases. In program acquisition was examined 2800 patients and for the very first time established the comorbidity of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in diabetes and metabolic syndrome. The study revealed that the prevalence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is high in patients with impaired glucose metabolism, which in 2009 was not a fact. The results of this research have been published in high-impact journals and reported at 4 international congresses:

  1. EASD- 2009 meeting at Viena, Austria;
  2. IDF- 2009 meeting at Montreal, Canada;
  3. WEC- 2010 meeting at Kyoto, Japan;
  4. WCDP- 2010 meeting at Dresden, Germany;


Program was admitted as the most successful project of Grasroot Human Security Projects


Clinic Diacor still adheres to international standards and participates in various international clinical trials. In alliance with other organizations, with the initiative of Clinic Diacor, was translated and published the 2019 ADA-EASD Consensus Guideline of Diabetes Management. An internal program of continuous medical education (CME) for doctors in the form of lectures and trainings is underway. During the weekly cycle of conferences, are discussed management guidelines of various disorders, provided by modern international medical organizations.


The center is hosting a residency program in endocrinology as well.


The clinic includes four fields: endocrinology, internal medicine, cardiology and laboratory. The heads of the profile departments are Lali Nikoleishvili, Elene Sherozia, Zviad Eradze and Shorena Dzvelaia, while the clinic is headed by the clinical director - Ramaz Kurashvili. The clinic has been awarded the status of "Diabetes Training Center" and "Center of Excellence" by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) since 2018. The technical equipment of the clinic is adjusted to international standards and examinations are carried out with European and American equipment in compliance of Euro-4 standard.


An individual and multidisciplinary approach to patient diagnosis and treatment, based on constantly updated knowledge based on evidence-based medicine, is the basis for the desired outcome and success.