Diabetes Center

Diabetes Center

The Diabetes Center offers an education program focusing on teaching self-management skills to patients with diabetes and their families. The program utilizes a team approach in developing an individualized plan for each participant. The Diabetes Center staff are certified diabetes educators, including a registered nurse and a dietitian. Since 1998, our program has been an American Diabetes Association Recognized Program, which means we meet the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education. 

The program does require a physician referral.Some insurance plans, including Medicare, recognize the benefits of diabetes self-management training and may pay a percentage excluding co-pays and deductibles. If you are unsure as to whether diabetes self-management is covered by your insurance plan, the Diabetes Center will be glad to check your insurance coverage. If you would like more information about a referral to the Diabetes Center, please contact our office at (931) 520-7747.The Diabetes Center is located at 127 North Oak Avenue, approximately two blocks from the hospital.

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Download the app at the App Store and Google Play.

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See what happens inside your body in the early and later stages of diabetes, and find out what you can do to prevent it — or stop it in its tracks — BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! With the “Diabetes in Your Body” app, you can explore, view symptoms and learn more about diabetes while seeing its effects to the human body. Available for Android and iOS.

TO FIND OUT IF YOU'RE AT RISK:

  1. Ask your doctor or primary care provider about a screening. Don't have a doctor? Call the CRMC Physician Referral Line: 877-377-2762 (toll-free).
  2. Look into health fairs near you. www.crmchealth.org/healthfair
  3. Visit your local health department for a screening.