Care Coordination & Diabetes Wellness

The goal of Care Coordination is to provide you with focused one-on-one attention to help you become an active participant in your own health care. Your Care Coordinator will work directly with you, your family, and the rest of your entire care team to maximize your health care experience.

Mason General Hospital

Phone
Care Manager: 1-360-545-7219
Diabetes Wellness: 1-360-427-7332
Dietitian Services: 1-360-427-7332
Community Health: 1-360-432-3296
Social Worker: 1-360-427-3667
Patient Navigator: 1-360-432-7706
hours
  • Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Diabetes Wellness Classes

Our Diabetes Wellness providers offer support groups, classes and small-group or individual instruction for Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and diabetes with pregnancy.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Our Diabetes Wellness Center offers a special customized service to help patients manage diabetes through 24/7 monitoring. To learn more contact the Diabetes Wellness Center.

Diabetes Wellness Online Newsletter Launch in 2022!

A new Diabetes Wellness newsletter will launch in January of 2022. Sign up - foundation@masongeneral.com.

What can my Care Coordinator do for me?

Your Provider and your Care Coordinator want to make sure you have the tools and support that you need to achieve and maintain the best health possible. Your Care Coordinator will support you in making the best choices for your health by helping you become a more active partner in improving your overall well-being.

Care Management With Patient

Registered Dietitian Sarah Fulkerson, patient Linda Sorenson, and Care Manager Stacy Bonin, RN

Care Coordinators will help you by:

  • Identifying and overcoming barriers to getting care needs met
  • Arranging care and connecting you to important community resources
  • Providing education, resources or materials about any chronic diseases or other medical conditions that you may have
  • Working with you to improve your mental health
  • Acting as your advocate with your providers
  • Supporting you in becoming a self-advocate and active participant in your own health care
  • Providing information about advanced directives or assisting you in designating a health care power of attorney

Care Coordination Includes:

  • Care Managers who provide patients with one-on-one attention to meet their individual health care goals and to assist them in becoming active participants in their own health care. 
  • The Diabetes Wellness Center, which offers support groups, classes and small-group or individual instruction for Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and diabetes with pregnancy. 
  • Dietitian Services to assist patients in their nutritional goals and requirements.
  • A Community Health Worker who can connect patients with resources in the community.
  • A Mason Health Social Worker who advocates for patients in need.
  • A Patient Navigator to guide patients through cancer diagnoses