The more you know about diabetes, the better you can manage it.
Investing now in your education about diabetes and prediabetes can help you prevent serious complications and allow you to live your best life.
Go right to class sign-up information!
Diabetes Program Description
|Individual Assessment||Meet with one of our diabetes educators to establish your individual educational needs. Call to schedule before the first class at your clinic.|
|Diabetes: The Real Deal||Learn what diabetes is and how you can help prevent developing complications from it. We’ll also discuss common medications and what you should know about them.|
|The Power of Food||Learn the basic principles of nutrition and how food can help manage diabetes. We’ll review carb counting and label reading as well as healthy food choices and basic meal planning.|
|Whole Body Health||Learn non-food ways to manage diabetes including physical activity and emotional well-being. We’ll also build on the nutrition principles presented in the previous class.|
Christy Goff, MS, RDN, CD
Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
These classes are open to anyone with diabetes and their family, friends or coworkers.
To register for a class, please contact:
Jeremy Viray, Population Health Coordinator
Each person’s insurance coverage is different, so please remember to check with your insurance company to determine coverage for this education. For self-pay, classes are $111 each. If this is a non-covered service and you pay in full at the time of check-in, you will receive a 30% discount.Back to Top
Diabetes Class Schedule
March − ZOOM
Tuesdays 10:30 AM-12 PM
|3/16||Diabetes: The Real Deal|
|3/23||The Power of Food|
|3/30||Whole Body Health|
Thursdays 4:30 PM-6 PM
|4/15||Diabetes: The Real Deal|
|4/22||The Power of Food|
|4/29||Whole Body Health|
Want to Get Off Our Class Mailing List?
If you would like to be removed from our diabetes education class mailing list, please contact Jeremy Viray.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized Pacific Medical Centers for consistently providing a high level of diabetes care for their patients, and PacMed's Diabetes Education Program is accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.Back to Top