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Living your best life with diabetes

If you’re living with diabetes, you’re in good company. Get on the path to better health through a holistic approach that puts you at the center. You’ll get nutrition counseling, lifestyle changes, medication management, education and emotional support.

Your team of diabetes specialists includes endocrinologists, primary care doctors, diabetes educators, clinical nutritionists, pharmacists, community health assistants and specialty physicians (just to name a few). And they’re all working together to empower you on your journey to better health.

Type 1 diabetes

If you have Type 1 diabetes, you can live your healthiest life with the help of several resources — from nutrition and exercise guidance to education and medication support.

Type 2 diabetes

Living with Type 2 diabetes? You can reach your health goals through nutrition, exercise and weight management support — the tools you need to live a healthy life.

Prediabetes

If you’ve been diagnosed with prediabetes, get the tools and support you need to be the healthiest version of you.

Manage my diabetes

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Tools and tips to manage your diabetes.

Diabetes e-Visits

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Stay connected to your health and care team.

Diabetes support and resources

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Resources to help guide the way.

Fresh Food Farmacy

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Take control of your diabetes with free, healthy food.

Using the Fresh Food Farmacy’s food as medicine approach, you can manage diabetes, live a healthier lifestyle and still have fun in the kitchen. Celebrity Chef Curtis Aikens and Geisinger Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Emily Newhard show you how.

Diabetes care at Geisinger

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes or told you’re at risk for developing it later, there are resources to make healthy choices and take an active role in your care. We’re here to help you, every step of the way.

  • Dedicated care team – After you receive a diabetes diagnosis, we don’t just write you a prescription and send you on your way. You’ll have a large network of doctors, nurses and specialists involved in your care — from your primary care doctor to an endocrinologist, a dietitian, a pharmacist, a cardiologist and a community health assistant.
  • Diabetes educators – Your diabetes educator will teach you about the importance of a healthy diet, show you how to check and monitor your blood sugar, provide you with resources for self-management, and get to know you and your family personally. They’re here to answer your questions and help you live your best life.
  • Diabetes classes – Our free education classes cover different topics each week, like diet and exercise, diabetes monitoring and how to lower your risk of complications. These sessions are a great way to connect with others and take charge of your health. Find diabetes classes near me.
  • Clinical nutrition assistance – Whether through group appointments, culinary medicine cooking classes, our Fresh Food Farmacy program or nutritional counseling, you’ll learn how what you eat affects your blood sugar — and how you can make healthier food choices.