Comprehensive Diabetes Education
Newly diagnosed with diabetes? Having difficulty counting carbs or keeping your blood sugar regulated? We are here to help! November is Diabetes Awareness Month and is a great time to learn more about this disease that affects millions of people across the globe.
Skagit Regional Health offers a comprehensive program for adults with diabetes, either newly diagnosed or those people who need extra guidance in managing their blood glucose.
The Diabetes Education Program is a leader in Northwest Washington, with educators at both Skagit Valley Hospital and Cascade Valley Hospital. We have a leading-edge team of highly-skilled diabetes specialists trained to help you and your health care provider manage your diabetes, now and for the rest of your life. Skagit Regional Health’s Diabetic Education Program is certified by the American Diabetes Association and recognized by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Meet Our Experts
Our diabetes experts at Skagit Regional Health provide unique diabetes management through a series of one-on-one sessions exclusive to your personal health needs. Our dietitians (RDs) are registered by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly American Dietetic Association) and are certified by the Washington State Department of Health. Our exercise physiologist has a strong background in diabetes, cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation education. The team includes:
- Board-certified endocrinologists
- Certified diabetes educator
- Certified physician assistant
- Exercise physiologist
- Registered dietitians
How to Make an Appointment and Contact Us
Appointments are available Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call 360-814-8329 for information and appointments. Referrals may be faxed to 360-814-5515.
Our office is located at Skagit Valley Hospital, 1415 E. Kincaid in Mount Vernon.
Click here to learn more about the comprehensive diabetes education programs Skagit Regional Health offers, including information about the signs, symptoms and treatments associated with diabetes.