Living with diabetes and managing the chronic condition is a daily challenge. Managing diabetes requires a highly skilled specialist and a strong support team for the person with diabetes and his or her family and friends. CentraState Medical Center has primary care physicians and staff who provide patients with diabetes top quality care in dealing with diabetes symptoms and problems.
Diabetes can be a complicated and frustrating disease. CentraState’s primary care physicians and diabetes specialists help provide high quality care for patients receiving treatment and services for type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In addition, CentraState’s Novo Nordisk Diabetes Center provides outpatient services and works with CentraState patients to provide both diabetes management and prevention.
Diabetes is quickly becoming an epidemic within the United States due to the population’s high prevalence of obesity. Many people with diabetes develop diabetes later in life due to obesity problems. CentraState Medical Center is focused on providing education, treatment and prevention programs for those at risk of developing diabetes or living with diabetes.
Adventures In Health Diabetes Prevention Program
CentraState’s Star and Barry Tobias Health Awareness Center and Novo Nordisk Diabetes Center premiered an educational DVD and activity guide about diabetes and obesity prevention for children on December 9. The program, designed for children in second through fifth grades, was funded by a $100,000 grant from Novo Nordisk Inc., and $60,000 from CentraState Healthcare Foundation. Click here to read more about it.
For more information regarding diabetes services and preventive care or to find a primary care physician trained in diabetes care and management, please contact CentraState’s Physician Finder at 866-CENTRA7 (236-8727) or visit Primary Care Services.
For more information on upcoming diabetes programs, visit our classes or call (732) 294-2574