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Scheduling your appointment is as easy as 1-2-3!

  

1.  Obtain a referral from your physician.  Forms can be emailed, mailed, or faxed to our office at (928) 233-8150, or dropped off in person.

 

2.  Obtain your recent medical information.  This should include doctor's progress notes and labs.  These forms can be faxed to our office in  advance.  

 

3.  Give us a call at (928) 415-0446 and we'll fit you in.   

 

You can also fill out your information in the contact box to the right.  We'll call or email you back to answer any questions you might have and get you scheduled for your first appointment.  

 

Click on the links below to print out our new patient forms.  Fill them out, and bring them in with you the day of your appointment.

Certification makes a difference.

Certified Diabetes Educator, CDE

What is a CDE?

CDEs are health professionals who have demonstrated their knowledge and skill in diabetes self-management education providing at least 1,000 hours of patient education, passing a rigorous exam, and maintaining this highly respected credential in the health industry.  

 

What do CDEs do?

 

A CDE is your partner.  They work with you to develop a plan and provide the tools you need to manage diabetes on a daily basis.  

 

When should I consult a CDE?

 

Ask for a referral to a CDE today and during the transitions of important life stages.  Ongoing support from a CDE helps you take control and build the skills that can help you feel your best.  

 

Why shoud I see a CDE?

 

Successful diabetes self-management involves knowledge about a broad range of topics such as healthy eating, how to take medication as directed, fitting in exercise and coping with stress.  It's not easy to gain all of the necessary knowledge alone.  With the help of a CDE, you can learn how to effectively manage and improve your health.

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