Our Diabetes service aims to educate, assist and support people with diabetes and their families to gain and apply the information, confidence, practical problem solving and skills needed to manage their diabetes.
This service aims to achieve the best possible outcomes within each person’s own circumstances.
Become more informed about Diabetes self-care by speaking with one of our Credentialed Diabetes Educators. Appointments can be arranged by contacting the Community Health Central Intake Service on 1800 999 880 or by emailing SNSWLHD-CommunityIntake@health.nsw.gov.au.
How will our Diabetes Service help you?
A local Diabetes Educator and Dietitian will individualise their education program specific for your needs. They will work with you to achieve best self-care management through the following steps to success:
- Healthy eating
- Being active
- Monitoring your sugar levels
- Taking medication
- Problem solving
- Healthy approach to coping with diabetes
- Reducing risk factors that impact your health
To make an appointment with a local Diabetes Educator or a Dietitian please contact the Community Health Central Intake Service on 1800 999 880.
Services are provided for all people with diabetes including:
- People with pre-diabetes symptoms
- Those newly diagnosed with diabetes
- Diabetes in pregnancy
- All age groups impacted by diabetes
Specialist Clinics are also available for more complex conditions. Clinics incorporate advanced assessment and treatment planning.
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