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Diabetes Self-Management Center in Greenville

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Did you know that diabetes affects more than 15 million people in the United States? And what’s more, about one-third of them are unaware that they have the disease.

In North Texas alone, over 700,000 people have diabetes, which is reported by the American Diabetes Association.

If you have been diagnosed, the Diabetes Self-Management Center at Hunt Regional Medical Center at Greenville is here to help. Our team provides quality diabetes self-management education programs, an essential part of effective treatment. food and glucose test

Our Diabetes Care Services

The exact cause of diabetes is unknown, but heredity and diet are believed to play a role in the development of the disease. And over time, higher than normal blood sugar levels can lead to high blood pressure, vision loss or blindness and even harm to your heart.

But, there's good news, too. Research shows that if your blood sugar level is kept as normal as possible, you may prevent or delay serious health problems in the future.

We can help you learn how to keep your blood sugar at an acceptable level. You'll learn about diet, weight loss and other self-care that will help you function normally. And while your treatment will be specific to the type of diabetes you’ve been diagnosed with, our scope of diabetes care services includes:

For those who are dealing with wound complications due to diabetes, we also offer wound care on the second floor of Hunt Regional Medical Center.

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes and would like more information about our care services, please call us at 903-408-5130.

Are you concerned that you could be experiencing symptoms of diabetes? Schedule an appointment with your primary care physician to address your concerns and determine whether or not you should be tested.