Diabetic Life Management

Diabetes Life Management Program

We offer an intensive Diabetes Life Management Program for newly diagnosed patients or those patients who have diabetes that is not well-managed.  The program includes several components:

  • Individualized care plan and follow-up developed with Diabetes RN Case Manger
  • Comprehensive Diabetes Education following the American Association of Diabetes Educators 7 Self-Care Behaviors:  Healthy Eating, Being Active, Self Monitoring, Taking Medication, Problem Solving, Reducing Risks, and Healthy Coping.  
  • Visit(s) with a Registered Dietitian 
  • A1c test every three months; microalbumin test annually 
  • Foot exam(s), annually or as appropriate 
  • Comprehensive Eye Exam, annually or as appropriate 
  • Flu vaccine 
  • Consultation visit with an endocrinologist and referral from primary care physician.

The program requires patients to have a primary care physician; TFC will assist you in establishing care if you do not have a primary care physician.

Patients should call Hannah Parks, diabetes case manager, at 697.8422 for more information.

Please see eligibility guidelines for TFC services.