Outpatient Diabetes Center



Open Monday through Friday.      

One-on-one appointments and group classes are scheduled between the hours of 8 am to 4 pm.  Contact number is 559-624-2823.    

Patients can be seen one-on-one with an educator or in group classes depending on their insurance and patient preference.  We encourage family members to attend also.  

We take almost all insurances and when your referral is received – our staff checks your insurance benefits as a courtesy before we call to schedule the appointment.     

There are two certified diabetes educators – a Registered Dietitian and a Registered Nurse  (our nurse speaks Spanish).  
  
We teach insulin injections and can assist physicians in the management of insulin doses to get blood sugars in control faster.  We also teach how to give other injectble medications for diabetes   

We can provide a glucose meter and teach how to use it.    

We train patients on insulin pumps and continuous glucose sensors.


Education topics include:

  •  Diet and carbohydrate counting 
  •  Use of medications (pills and insulin) 
  •  Preventing and treating low and high blood sugars 
  •  Preventing complications to eyes, feet, heart, kidneys 
  •  Emotional well-being in Diabetes 
  •  Pregnancy and Diabetes 
  •  Feet care/skin care/dental care 
  •  Sick day rules 
  •  Labs and recommended exams    

Medical Nutrition Therapy

A Registered Dietitian is available to work with people on nutrition related needs such as obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, kidney disease, liver disease, and many more.  A referral is required by the patient’s health care provider and appointments can be made Monday through Friday, between 8 am to 4 pm.  Contact number is 559-624-2823.