Education and Support

There can be a learning curve when it comes to managing a condition such as diabetes. We’re committed to providing a culture of learning and support so you can live a full, healthy life.

Diabetes prevention and self-management classes

Our goal is to help people who are diagnosed with pre-diabetes learn to live healthier lives and to teach people with diabetes to care for themselves properly.

Certified Diabetes Educators and dietitians host one-on-one consultations, group sessions, classes and programs to cover topics such as:

  • Activity and exercise
  • How and when to monitor blood sugar
  • Meal planning
  • Medication usage
  • Stress management

Choosing a doctor

It’s important to find a doctor who can communicate and is willing to partner with you on healthcare decisions.

Tips to find a good doctor.

Our online tool allows you to search for a doctor near you or by entering a first or last name, medical specialty or zip code. You can narrow the results by gender, language spoken, city or department.

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Compassionate Care

At the Diabetes Center, we understand the stresses and challenges diabetes brings. That's why you can expect only the best in compassionate care.

We understand each person is different. That's why our team of physicians, certified diabetes nurses and nutrition educators tailor treatment specifically to your needs. We are professionals who are at your side - and on your side. We partner with you to give you the tools, confidence and skills to manage your diabetes.

We partner with you and your physician with a management plan that works for you. This team approach has been proven successful time and time again in restoring long-term health and wellbeing.

Our outpatient education program is recognized by the AADE (American Association of Diabetes Educators). Our programs are based on the National Standards of Diabetes Self-Management Education.

We're open various hours Monday through Friday, and some Saturday classes. We offer appointments to fit your schedule.

Individual Consults

In these one-on-one sessions, your diabetes educator will help you customize your diabetes plan for a healthy and comfortable new lifestyle. Sessions cover nutrition, exercise, oral medication, insulin, and blood sugar testing.

Group Consults

The small group setting helps people with diabetes learn from and support others to live life fully.

Insulin Initiation Program

If you need insulin, this is your stop -- a comprehensive, hands-on program that puts you in control with knowledge and self-care.

Dose Management Program

If you're taking insulin, you know you need different doses at different times. Certified educators will help you make your diabetes control even better by teaching you more about how insulin works and its adjustments.

Diabetes and Pregnancy Program

Some women enter pregnancy with diabetes. Others develop "gestational diabetes" and become diabetic during pregnancy. This program covers both. Diabetes educators work with you to ensure both your health and your baby's.

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