Diabetes Care Center
Did you know?
86 million people in the US have pre-diabetes?
You could have prediabetes and be at increased risk for Type 2 diabetes if you:
- are 45 years of age or older
- are overweight
- have a family history of type 2 diabetes
- have previous history of gestational diabetes or gave birth to a baby weighing more than 9 pounds
- are physically active fewer than 3 times per week
One out of every three American adults have prediabetes and most don't know it. The lifestyle changes you make with the help of the Diabetes Prevention Program at Parkview can assist you in delaying or preventing type 2 diabetes.
Make a change - Start today! Call the Diabetes Care Center to find out how we can help 584-7320
Diabetes is a chronic condition affecting all ages. It is controlled by a balanced approach of meal planning, exercise, and medication. The Diabetes Self-Management Program at Parkview performs prevention education, diabetes screenings, and diabetes self-management education for our community.
We also offer up-to-date information for individuals with diabetes to help make choices that will result in healthy lifestyle outcomes and fewer complications from this disease.
The diabetes care team has years of experience specializing in diabetes and are here to help you. We also serve as a professional diabetes resource for Parkview, physicians’ offices and other healthcare agencies in Pueblo and outlying communities.
- Inpatient diabetes self-management education
- Group diabetes self-management classes
- Individual skills and nutrition consults
- Insulin injection techniques
- Glucose monitoring
- Carbohydrate counting
- Insulin to carbohydrate ratio
- Intensive insulin management
- Insulin pump program
- Continuous glucose monitoring
- Gestational diabetes education
- Endocrinology consult upon primary physician referral
Free Services Provided
- Diabetes support group
- Community and individual screenings by appointment
- 24-hour diabetes information line
Most insurances cover all or a portion of the charges for diabetes education. Our office manager verifies insurance coverage before each patient is seen. We also offer free diabetes education classes for the under and uninsured twice each year.
For more information, call 719.584.7320.