Diabetes is a complex disease, but with the right self-management, people with diabetes can feel their best while significantly lowering the risk of long-term complications such as heart disease and stroke.
The Virtua Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Care provides self-management education and support through a knowledgeable, caring staff of nurses, dietitians, pharmacists and educators.
Virtua's team has earned prestigious recognition for excellence in diabetes education by the American Diabetes Association (ADA). The ADA awarded its prestigious Education Recognition Certificate for a quality Diabetes Self-Management education program to Virtua's Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Services. The ADA acknowledges that Virtua's program offers high-quality diabetes self-management education which is an essential component of effective diabetes treatment.
With convenient locations throughout South Jersey, Virtua serves more than 5,000 people with diabetes each year.
Diabetes Support and Resources
Virtua's outpatient diabetes program offers diabetes self-management education programs and support groups for adults. The program has received education recognition by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
For more information about classes, programs and support groups offered by the Virtua Center for Nutrition and Diabetes Care, please refer to the following diabetes guide.
For a free copy of “Medicare Coverage of Diabetes Supplies and Services,” visit www.medicare.gov/Pubs/pdf/11022.pdf.
The National Diabetes Education Program has more information to help you manage your diabetes.
Nutrition and Diabetes Care Forms
- Diabetes Self-Management Education group classes
- Individual diabetes education and nutrition counseling
- Gestational diabetes counseling
- Community lectures
- Support groups for adults
- Syringe disposal program
- Community glucose screenings