Diabetes Prevention Ari Eckman, MD, Chief, Division
of Endocrinology, Diabetes
& Metabolism, discusses ways
people can prevent diabetes
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Location & Directions
The Diabetes Management Center is
located on the main campus of Trinitas
Regional Medical Center in the Trinitas Regional Medical Center Medical Office
Building, Suite 202, 240 Williamson
Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07207. For
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If you have diabetes you are not alone...
Over 16 million Americans have diabetes, and approximately 5 million of them don't even know that they have the disease. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you are fortunate to know. You can take action to control your diabetes and prevent any serious complications.
The Diabetes Management Center at Trinitas Regional Medical Center is here to help you learn how to control and manage your diabetes. Our goal is to help people develop skills to live successfully.
The Diabetes Management Center is nationally recognized by the American Diabetes Association for our high quality education program. Our professional staff is comprised of registered nurses and registered dietitians, who are also certified diabetes educators and certified insulin pump trainers.
No matter what type of diabetes you have, how long you may have had this condition, or the complications you experience - the Diabetes Management Center can help you.
You should call us at 908-994-5490 if:
You've just found out that you have diabetes
You want to improve your control and management of diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational)
You need help with:
- Blood sugar monitoring
- Meal planning
- Weight loss
- Insulin injections
- Insulin pumps
- Foot care
Information On Insurance
Our services are covered by many insurance companies, including Medicare and Medicaid. Please call your insurance company to confirm coverage.
How To Utilize Our Services
The Diabetes Management Center is designed to assist patients, their families and physicians in the management of diabetes. Patients must be referred to the Center by their primary care physician who will continue to manage the patient's medical care. Education is performed both individually and in classes in both English and Spanish.