Meet Our Providers
Eveline “Dede” Waring, MD, FACE
Dr. Eveline “Dede” Waring was raised in Charleston, attended Charleston Day School and Ashley Hall School, and then migrated north to Princeton University for her undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature. She attended the Medical University of South Carolina for both medical school and her endocrine fellowship. Her internship and residency were in Internal Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
Dr. Waring has been practicing medicine since 1996. Since her board certification in endocrinology in 2001, Dr. Waring has limited her practice to the specialty of endocrinology. She first practiced endocrinology at Wilmington Health Associates in Wilmington, NC. She then took time off from medicine to raise her son for the first 3 years of his life. After moving back to her native Charleston, she started working for Roper Physician Partners where she worked from 2009 until 2013, heading up the Medical Subspecialty Committee. In 2014, Dr. Waring joined Palmetto Primary Care and started their Mount Pleasant office of Palmetto Endocrinology. In May of 2016, Dr. Waring purchased Carolina Endocrine Associates, a practice in existence for more than twenty years and located near Trident Hospital in North Charleston.
When she is not seeing patients, Dr. Waring enjoys spending time with her husband and son as well as family and friends. Her hobbies are hiking, tennis, fly fishing, cooking, reading, traveling and music. She is a leader in her professional community, serving as secretary/treasurer of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. She has served on multiple boards in the community, including the Waring Library Society and Carolina Youth Development Center.
Beatrice Hull, MD, FACE
Dr. Beatrice Hull received her undergraduate and medical doctor degree from Kaunas University of Medicine in Lithuania in 1999. She then moved to the United States to start her residency in Internal Medicine at a Columbia University affiliated program at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, CT–ultimately serving as Chief Resident. She completed her fellowship in Endocrinology at MUSC in 2007, became board-certified in Endocrinology and was asked to join the faculty at MUSC. Over her decade-plus at MUSC, Dr. Hull served as Program Director of the Endocrine Fellowship and a member of the Internal Medicine Resident Evaluation Committee. Additionally, she served as Medical Director of the Center for Osteoporosis and Bone Health, a multidisciplinary program involving Endocrinology, Rheumatology, Orthopedic Surgery and Radiology. Dr. Hull expanded her interests in women’s health further and worked very closely with Gynecologists and Reproductive Endocrinologists to evaluate and treat female infertility and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
Dr. Hull is the author of four peer-reviewed papers and two book chapters, the most recent being written together with Dr. Waring on the inappropriate use of mifepristone to treat diabetes mellitus, which was published in 2019 in “Management of Patients with Pseudo-Endocrine Disorders.” At MUSC, she served as co-investigator with the landmark NIH-sponsored Epidemiology of Diabetes and Complications (EDIC) study.
In 2017, Dr. Hull joined Dr. Waring at Carolina Endocrine Associates as a full partner. Dr. Hull’s special areas of interest in endocrinology are osteoporosis as well as male and female reproductive endocrinology.
When she is not seeing patients, Dr. Hull enjoys gardening, reading, yoga and spending time with her husband and twin daughters.
Elizabeth Bond, DO, ECNU
Dr. Elizabeth Bond grew up just outside of New York City. For her undergraduate degree, she attended the University of Maryland where she received a degree in Nutritional Science. She then pursued her medical education at Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, VA. Dr. Bond completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in NYC. She then came to Charleston, SC, for her fellowship in endocrinology at MUSC. After graduating from fellowship in 2019, Dr. Bond joined Carolina Endocrine Associates. Dr. Bond is board certified in both internal medicine and endocrinology.
Dr. Bond enjoys taking care of patients with all endocrine disorders and has special interests in thyroid disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and nutrition.
When she is not treating patients, Dr. Bond enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, two rescue dogs, friends, and family. She enjoys long distance running and travel.