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Our Approach

Learning how to manage your diabetes can help you improve your health and feel your best. We can help you understand how diabetes works, how to take care of yourself and how to make choices that will positively impact your health.

The Diabetes Education program at Goshen Health is accredited by the American Diabetes Association. Medicare and most health insurance plans consider diabetes self-management training a covered benefit.

Our diabetes educators are ready to support you. Call (574) 537-1221. We can help you get the necessary referral from your healthcare provider.

COVID-19 Update: We currently offer individual appointments either in-person, virtually, or by phone. For the safety of our patients, we have put our group classes and seminars on hold.


Tests & Screenings

Education and Training Programs

Whether you are newly diagnosed or need a refresher, we have options that will work for you.

Individualized sessions offer real-life guidance and ongoing support.

  • Healthy eating and meal planning
  • Being active
  • 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

Get a referral and get started

You need a physician's referral to participate in most Goshen Hospital Diabetes Education Programs.

  • Request a referral from your primary care physician
  • Or call (574) 537-1221 to talk with one of our diabetes educators. We can help you get the necessary referral from your healthcare provider.


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