Diabetes Education Center
Do you have diabetes or have a loved one who has been diagnosed? Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone that is needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy needed for daily life. At Davis County Hospital, the Diabetes Education Center provides personalized care for people who have diabetes. The team will meet with you to explore your lifestyle and help make a plan that will work for you.
About the Diabetes Education Center
You will discover you are not alone in our diabetes support and education group, where you can spend time with others who understand and take part in educational programs from Davis County Hospital’s diabetes experts. Our diabetes management program will help you learn how to keep your diabetes under control, so it doesn’t control you.
Group session topics include:
- Diabetes Overview, Disease Process & Treatment Process
- Nutrition & Diabetes
- Carbohydrate Counting
- Monitoring Blood Glucose, Interpretation & Using Results
- Physical Activity & Diabetes
- Diabetes Management
- Long-Term and Short-Term Complications & Foot Care
- Living with Diabetes, Sick Days, Travel, Stress, Psycho-social & Self-Management Plan
The Diabetes Education Center at Davis County Hospital, includes a registered dietitian and a registered nurse, who help participants from start to finish in the program. If you’re interested in participating in the program, a referral from your healthcare provider is required. We encourage you to contact your insurance provider to ask if the diabetes education program will be covered.
Questions about the Diabetes Education Center program? Please contact:
Caitlin Rondello, MS, RD, LD
641-664-2145 ext 2207