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Diabetes

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Community Wellness & Education at Owensboro Health can help you successfully manage diabetes or make it less likely you’ll develop the condition. Through education and support from caring diabetes professionals, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need to live healthier.

Diabetes Education Services

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  • Individualized Meal Planning
  • Blood Glucose Monitor Instruction
  • Gestational Diabetes Education
  • Pre-Diabetes Education
  • Certified Insulin Pump Training
  • Training on Injectable Diabetes Medications
  • Self-Care Education Including:
    • Increasing Physical Activity
    • Managing Blood Glucose
    • Preventing Long-Term Complications
    • Changing Behavior and Managing Stress

Learn more about our diabetes programs and classes.

Diabetes Prevention Program

Approximately 1 in 5 adults will have type 2 diabetes by 2025. If you’re not sure what your risk is, checkout the One Health @Work Diabetes Prevention Program for the risk factors you need to know.

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Diabetes Assessment

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Over 29.1 million Americans have diabetes and 1 out of 4 does not know that they have it. This Diabetes Assessment serves several purposes. If you don't have diabetes, the assessment will help you understand your risk for getting diabetes in the future. If you aren't sure whether or not you have diabetes now, it will help you better understand the likelihood, including symptoms and how you can be screened for diabetes.

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