We're on your team
At Parkview, we understand diabetes is a life-changing diagnosis. That’s why we offer resources to help you lead a longer, healthier life. Our multidisciplinary team of medical professionals can help you develop self-management skills to help improve your quality of life.
Members of your diabetes care team may include your family physician, an internist, a diabetes educator, pharmacist or endocrinologist.
Having diabetes can feel overwhelming. But caring for yourself and taking action can have positive long-term effects. Regardless of which type of diabetes you have, eating healthy, exercising regularly, managing stress effectively or taking medication are just a few things you can do to take control of your health and well-being.
Talk to your healthcare provider about a treatment plan that’s right for you. And rest assured that diabetes specialists are conveniently available within many Parkview primary care physician offices to address concerns related to nutrition and medication management. Our diabetes team will support you every step of the way.
Experts in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes care
Each type of diabetes diagnosis requires different treatment and lifestyle changes. Our team has expertise in managing both types of diabetes, helping you live your best life regardless of your diagnosis.
Learn more about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Type 1 Diabetes Support Group
A new Type 1 diabetes virtual support group is coming summer of 2022. Contact our diabetes educators to learn more.
Call 260-373-4280 for more information about our diabetes education classes.
Living with prediabetes?
Does a prediabetes diagnosis mean that you will get the disease? Take steps towards a healthier lifestyle and see how you can halt diabetes.
You have your annual screening for diabetic retinopathy. Now make it easy to share results with your Parkview providers.