Live an active and full life.
Center for Diabetes Management provides comprehensive education and support for individuals and families within our community affected by diabetes and pre-diabetes. Our mission is to enhance diabetes self -management skills, allow people to be confident in their ability to manage their disease, improve their quality of life, and prevent costly and life altering complications of diabetes. Our staff consists of Certified Diabetes Educators who are registered nurses and registered dietitians, specially trained in the management of diabetes. We are committed to helping each person that walks through our door, wherever they are in their journey with diabetes, to improve their health and quality of life.
We provide quality outpatient education and support for diabetes self-management. Our certified diabetes educators provide instruction and support on Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and prediabetes. Spanish interpretation is available for most services and all classes.
Our regularly scheduled classes include:
Tips and Tools for a Sweet Life™
Gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy)
Healthy Eating, Active Living Lifestyle Change Program
If you would like to work with an educator to improve your diabetes control, please talk to your doctor about participating in these classes. Ask your doctor’s office to download the order form. If you would like, our front office can contact your provider on your behalf.
Upon receipt of all materials, we will contact you to discuss our classes and services. Your physician will receive progress notes as you progress through the program. Our comprehensive Diabetes Self-Management training is covered by most insurance plans, including Medicare Part B.
View and Download the Order Form
View and Download the Patient Health Assessment Form
Tips and Tools for a Sweet Life: Managing Diabetes is an affordable, patient-centered course designed to encourage interaction and collaboration among participants and educators in a warm, friendly and open environment. Two individual sessions and four group classes, two hours each, are held over the course of 6 weeks on type 1 and type 2 diabetes.