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Mercy Diabetes Education - Jopin is an important resource for all those living with diabetes in our community. Studies have shown that better educated diabetic patients regularly monitor blood sugar levels, increasingly comply with prescribed therapy regimens, achieve lower A1c levels and live longer, healthier lives. In addition, nutrition counseling can be an important part of treatment programs for a variety of diseases and disorders, including cacer, heart disease and obesity.
Our Mercy Diabetes Education team consists of a nurse practitioner, registered nurse and registered dietitian - all have earned recognition as leaders in diabetes education. They provide Type II adults and pediatric patients, Type I adults, gestational diabetic patients, and pre-diabetic patients with the support and training they need, including:
Our program is certified by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for patients like you who may be newly diagnosed with diabetes or having difficulty controlling the disease.
Nutrition counseling is provided by a registered licensed dietitian who will include an individual nutritional assessment with meal planning and goal setting.
One-on-one sessions provide medical nutrition therapy for physician prescribed diets, including:
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