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Tidelands Health offers a diabetes self-management program to help you learn more about diabetes and appropriate ways to manage the disease. This program is accredited by the American Diabetes Association and, with qualifying lab work, the program is a covered benefit of Medicare part B and many insurance providers.


The diabetes self-management program begins with an individual assessment during which you meet with a Tidelands Health dietitian. Participants also attend a regular schedule of weekly classes.

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Individual Assessment

During the initial appointment, your height, weight and blood pressure will be assessed. Based on the assessment results, you will be given a customized food plan to help you manage your diabetes.

Class Support and Instruction

Participants attend a series of four weekly classes where dietitians and nurse educators will provide complete information about diabetes, its impacts and what you can do to best manage your diabetes. Wide-ranging topics include glucometer care and use, signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, foot care, dining out guidelines and much more.

Be Good to Yourself

The more you know about diabetes, the better you can care for yourself or a family member who has the condition. Explore the Tidelands Health health library to learn about the types of diabetes, diagnostic procedures and treatment options.

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