"Living Well With Diabetes" Class at MGH in April
Spring is just around the corner – and so is an opportunity for people with diabetes to learn how to keep their diabetes under control, and keep it well-managed! Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics presents “Living Well with Diabetes.” This two-day class in diabetes self-management will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 4 and 5, 2017 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Pershing Meeting Room at Mason General Hospital.
MGH&FC has a team of Diabetes Wellness professionals who teach the class, covering everything about diabetes – from diagnosis, to medications, meal planning, exercise, prevention and treatment of complications, stress management, living well, and engaging support people and a health care team. Their expert guidance in managing diabetes aims to help patients and families enjoy normal, healthy living.
As space for the class is limited, registration is required in advance by calling Debbie McGinnis, R.N., certified diabetes educator, at (360) 426-1611, ext. 28941 (from Allyn (360) 275-8614, ext. 28941). Diabetes education is a covered service under most insurance plans.
Pershing Meeting Room at Mason General Hospital