The Queen’s Medical Center provides outpatient diabetes education in a comprehensive, interactive approach that teaches how to successfully self-manage your diabetes and develop health practices that fit into your life.
Queen’s diabetes programs are recognized by the American Diabetes Association as meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education.
The Queen’s Diabetes Management and Education Center provides outpatient diabetes education in a comprehensive, interactive approach that teaches how to successfully self-manage your diabetes and develop health practices that fit into your life. Your care team of skilled health professionals and certified diabetes educators will collaborate with you and your physician(s) to help better manage your diabetes.
The program provides diabetes self-management education and support to persons with type 1 and type 2 diabetes and diabetes in pregnancy.
Queen’s Diabetes Education Center’s programs include:
The Queen’s Medical Center provides outpatient diabetes education programs with an interactive approach that teaches you how to successfully self-manage your diabetes and develop health practices that fit into your everyday life.
Managing Your Diabetes for Life is an education program that explains how diabetes develops, teaches you how to self-manage your condition and prevent complications. This is a four (4) class series and requires a one-on-one initial appointment and screening before you are eligible to enroll.
Classes are held monthly, every Thursday, from 9am – 12pm. Located in the Queen’s Physicians Office Building 2, Suite B-5.
Call 808-691-4823 to register.
Diabetes in Pregnancy is an educational session for women diagnosed with diabetes or gestational diabetes. Our certified diabetes educators teach the skills needed to manage diabetes during pregnancy including blood glucose monitoring, healthy eating, participating in physical activity and stress management.
Registered dietitians help guide individualized meal planning to manage blood sugar levels as well as ensure healthy nutrition for you and baby throughout pregnancy. We also provide ongoing support during your pregnancy with follow up appointments, phone calls or email communication to support optimal blood glucose targets.
Located in the Queen’s Physicians Office Building 2, Suite B-5.
Call 808-691-4823 to register.
Thank you for choosing The Queen’s Medical Center Diabetes Management and Education Center for your patients’ care. We consider ourselves partners in your patients’ care and look forward to collaborating with you to help manage their diabetes.
To refer your patient to the Diabetes Management and Education Center, initiate an electronic referral via Epic (CARE*Link) or fax the forms below to our office at 808-691-5399.
Includes individual or group education and option for Diabetes Medication Management by APRN-Rx, CDE. MD or APRN referral required.
Includes dietary education with a Registered Dietitian for diabetes, chronic kidney disease and most chronic conditions, depending on insurance coverage. MD referral required. We suggest that patients being referred for obesity who have large amounts of weight to lose (BMI of 35 or more) consider referring to Queen’s Comprehensive Weight Management Center for multidisciplinary, non-surgical and/or surgical weight loss approaches.
Includes education and support for women with gestational diabetes or pregestational type 1 or type 2 diabetes. MD or APRN referral required.