Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. , a medical device company, designs, develops, and commercializes various products for people with insulin-dependent diabetes in the United States. The company’s flagship product is the t:slim X2 insulin delivery system that comprises t:slim X2 pump, its disposable insulin cartridge, and an infusion set. It also provides t:flex insulin delivery system that includes t:flex pump, its 480-unit disposable insulin cartridge, and an infusion set; and t:slim G4 insulin delivery system, a touch-screen pump with an integrated CGM system. In addition, the company offers Tandem Device Updater, a PC and Mac-compatible Web-based system that allows users to update their pump’s software; t:connect diabetes management application, a cloud-based data management application, which provides a visual way to display therapy management data from the pump and supported blood glucose meters for users, their caregivers, and their healthcare providers; t:90 and t:30 infusion sets for use with its insulin pump products; and various pump accessories. Its products in development include t:slim X2 with G5 integration; automated insulin delivery systems; t:slim X2 with PLGS; t:slim X2 with TypeZero; and t:sport insulin delivery system. The company was formerly known as Phluid Inc. and changed its name to Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. in January 2008. Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

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Promotion from within is one of our core values at Tandem Diabetes Care. Before we look for talent elsewhere, we look inside. Our customer technical support team produces some of our very best! Employees who start there are responsible for capturing customer technical inquiries via phone calls and emails from prospective and current customers. This employee became an expert on our insulin pump, then took her knowledge and expertise to another department.

“Tandem is such a great company to work for. We are devoted to people living with diabetes and committed to improving their quality of life through innovation and the development of products that are easy to use.” - Maureen Costa, Customer Care Specialist, previously Customer Technical Support Specialist

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Tandem Diabetes Care

Our products only tell half the story. At Tandem Diabetes Care, we put as much effort into standing behind our products as we do into designing them. The passion within each individual who works at Tandem is apparent. From product developers and engineers, to the people on our 24/7 customer support team, everyone has the drive to succeed and the desire to make a difference in people’s lives. tandemdiabetes.com/About-Us/People/ ... ExpandSee Less

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“Tandem is an amazing place to learn, grow, and exceed your own professional and personal expectations. Regardless of where you begin, the team is supportive and always pushes you forward. I am thankful for the start I had in customer technical support, because it showed me the ins and outs of the pump and supplies, but it also connected me with the customers who really needed my help. It was a great opportunity to leave them with a smile on their face and ensure that their issues were resolved. I love the culture in CTS and really am thankful for the friendships that all came out of my role there.” - Ben Penner, Customer Support Trainer, previously Customer Technical Support Specialist ... ExpandSee Less

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“Being a mom of four while managing type 1 is a constant juggling act! I have to force myself to slow down and practice self-care.

I wouldn't be a mom to my four kids without type 1. When I was in the hospital with DKA, I knew upon diagnosis that we would adopt! Diabetes gave me the gift of motherhood-by-adoption. Type 1 has also forced me to carefully examine what I eat and how much I sleep, learn how to de-stress, and exercise. I've passed these decisions on to my whole family: Everyone is healthy because of my diabetes!

Life really is precious. Thirteen years ago, I was diagnosed with type 1. With better blood glucose levels after my diagnosis, I thought I was ‘good to go’ in life. But 11 years later, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I had a bilateral mastectomy. I'm only 37 now, and I'm re-built and stronger than ever before! People with type 1 diabetes are resilient!” - Rachel Garlinghouse (Type 1 since 2006 and breast cancer survivor!)

You are so strong, Rachel! Happy Mother’s Day to you 🌹 #mothersday
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“In order to become their mother, I had to become pregnant, and that was a huge challenge. Pregnancy with type 1 diabetes can be done, and it can be healthy, but it is a lot of work. I'm grateful that my pregnancies were okay and my children are, too.

A reward of being a mom with diabetes is I always have snacks. And my kids are developing a heightened sense of empathy and compassion as a result of knowing my health vulnerabilities. (They also think I'm part robot, which comes in handy when they want to impress their friends.)

I’m grateful for my mom, who took such careful care of me when I was growing up, showing me that diabetes would not define me. And as a result of her dedication, I’m now able to raise a family of my own. Thanks, Mom.” - Kerri Sparling (Type 1 since 1986)

Happy Mother’s Day, Kerri (and Kerri’s Mom!) 🌸
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“Diabetes never sleeps so it’s hard to get a break! I have to make an effort to have ‘me’ time since you can’t pour from an empty cup, but it’s hard!

A reward of being a mother of a child with diabetes is the amazing people I’ve met through this community. Some of my dearest friends are from the diabetes world, and I’m grateful for that. I also love the occasional, random-yet-rewarding times my son thanks me for something. Whether it’s taking care of him on a bad night or making sure I have all supplies packed for another adventure, I try to make sure I ease his burden as much as possible.

… Logan’s quote- ‘Diabetes makes us push ourselves harder and further.’

There are advocacy and other projects we have taken on as a family that we never would have without T1D!" - Samantha Merwin and Logan, (Type 1 since 2008)

Well said Logan! Happy Mother’s Day, Samantha 🌼 #mothersday
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“As a mom to a child with T1D, I struggle with the feeling that I always have to bother my son with diabetes-related questions and tasks, especially when he’s at school, with friends, etc. It can be a very hard balance to strike trying to make sure he’s able to have “normal” kid experiences, while also ensuring he’s taking care of himself/his diabetes.

“I have learned more about bravery, strength, and resilience through my son’s journey with T1D than I had in my entire lifetime prior to his diagnosis. So, even though I would take T1D away from him in a heartbeat, I feel blessed and honored to get a front row seat as I watch my son crush life with T1D.

As our son has grown, many opportunities and experiences have popped up where it’s hard to see how diabetes management works in to the equation. My husband and I have tried very hard to live by the rule that if we would say yes if it were not for diabetes, that we go for it, and don’t let diabetes affect our decision making. Sometimes, that means just doing things a little differently or inconveniencing ourselves to ensure our son is safe. While there have definitely been times where it’s been tempting to “play it safe,” we’ve made it our mission to never let diabetes be a reason he misses out on anything.” - Brooke Wheeler and Carson (T1D since 2008)

So happy to see that Carson has an amazing mom like you! Happy Mother’s Day, Brooke 🏵️ #mothersday
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“Life is definitely full of challenges for any mother, but when you add diabetes to the mix, it becomes a much bigger challenge. ‘Mommy can’t play right now, she has to drink her juice.’ Dividing attention between a relentless disease, a non-stop diabetic alert dog, and an energetic toddler is exhausting. Moms are constantly sacrificing for their children. Sometimes it’s sacrificing sleep, self-care, even eating. That is not an option for someone with diabetes. If I don’t take care of myself, I can’t take care of my babies.

People with diabetes are some of the most adaptable people on the planet, because they must be. Seeing my daughter’s open-mindedness to those who are different, is the greatest reward.” - Morgan Heitel-Grantham, T1D Thriver since 1988, mother, and fur-mom to @MorChuck21 aka Chuck, the Amazing Diabetic Alert Dog)

So beautifully put! Happy Mother’s Day to you, Morgan 🌷
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Happy #InternationalFamilyDay to our Tandem family! We’re excited to recognize that our family is growing! So grateful to every 100,000 of you 💙

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Tandem Diabetes Care, Inc.

11045 Roselle Street
San Diego, CA 92121

+1 (858) 366-6900


May 2019
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