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Diabetes Care Program


More than 29 million Americans have diabetes, a disease that affects the body's ability to use blood sugar for energy, according to recent statistics from the American Diabetes Association. More than twice that number - 86 million - have prediabetes, a precursor to diabetes.

Our nationally-recognized* DiabetesCare program provides high-quality education services to those with this disease, with self-management as an essential component. Our program teaches the self-care skills necessary for better management of diabetes.

In addition to providing you with the necessary skills to manage your diabetes, we provide a support network that assists you in keeping track of necessary appointments to further manage this disease and help prevent some of the acute and chronic complications that can occur if not adequately controlled.

We can help you with:

  • The diabetes disease process

  • Nutritional management

  • Physical activity

  • Medications

  • Preventing, detecting and treating complications

  • Goal setting and problem solving

All About Appointments

Everything you need to know about scheduling your next appointment, whether scheduling online or coordinating a specialist referral, we've got you covered.

Patient Online Services

Managing your health care just got easier, with Patient Portal. Get access to your records, schedule online appointments and chat with your healthcare team.

While You're Here

The OMC campus has more to offer than you might expect! We've got a cafe with delicious fresh food, shop, walking trail and playground. Check out what we have to offer!

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