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Diabetes Care

The Diabetes program gives people living with diabetes, or at risk of developing diabetes, the knowledge and skills needed to become self-managers of their disease. A significant focus is on the prevention of complications by achieving optimal glycemic control.

Our services are offered in partnership with the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Diabetes Education Team and include individual one-on-one counseling & group education. Your diabetes care may also include collaborative services from a foot care nurse, pharmacist and dietitian.

By sharing one medical record this reduces medication errors, provides real time reports to your physician and avoids the duplication of tests.

We provide a program called A Good Life with Diabetes.

A Good Life with Diabetes

This group is an 8 week group aimed at our diabetic patients who need extra support. If you have an A1C above 10% and have difficulty with lifestyle recommendations or joining therapy, this program may be for you! It will combine diabetes education including diet, exercise, medication and foot care with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques to help you take control and live a healthier life. Open to the public. For more information / to register call 519-354-0070

Foot Care

Caring for your feet is crucial for diabetic and senior patients.

It is important to keep them healthy, so you are able to enjoy an active lifestyle.

To find out more about how you can be referred to our foot care clinics, please contact your physician or nurse practitioner.


Canadian Diabetes Association Website