Diabetes Education

Education – the cornerstone of diabetes management

It's a fact – the more you learn about how your diabetes affects you, the more you can control your overall health. That's why we offer comprehensive diabetes education and training at Goshen Hospital.

The right program for you

Whether you are newly diagnosed or need a refresher, you can find the right class, seminar or one-on-one training for you. Individual and classroom training sessions offer real-life guidance and ongoing support.

  • Healthy eating and meal planning
  • Exercise/Physical activity
  • Blood glucose monitoring
  • Medications for diabetes
  • Goal setting/Problem solving
  • Healthy coping
  • Risk reduction of developing complications associated with diabetes
  • Insulin pump and personal glucose monitor training

Other resources available include a computer center where you can download data from your blood glucose meter, insulin pump or continuous glucose sensor. You also can take advantage of meetings with a diabetes educator to review your meals and/or blood glucose log.

Rest assured that your referring physician always receives and monitors your data to make sure your diabetes remains under control.

Classes and programs

We offer a variety of programs for you and your family on how to prevent or live with diabetes. You do not need a physician's referral to participate in these programs.

Get a referral and get started

You need a physician's referral to participate in most diabetes education programs at Goshen Hospital.

  • Request a referral from your primary care physician
  • Or call (574) 364-2746 to talk with one of our diabetes educators. We can help you get the necessary referral from your healthcare provider.

We can help

Learn how to live with your diabetes. Talk with our diabetes educators, (574) 364-2746.

The Diabetes Education program at Goshen Hospital is accredited by the American Diabetes Association. Medicare and most health plans consider diabetes self-management training a covered benefit.
  • Learn how to live with diabetes

    Talk with our diabetes educators. 
    (574) 364-2746