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Diabetes Services for our Community

Inland Hospital is proud to offer our community many diabetes wellness services, including:
  • Insulin and other medication management; one-on-one support with a certified diabetes educator
  • "Diabetes Self-Management"-a self-management education program that includes time with a nurse and dietitian; and group classes
  • Gestational Diabetes Education
  • Telephonic Diabetes Education and Support Program-Monthly individual education and support offered in the work setting for Maine State Employees, Medical Care Development, and Maine Municipal Health Trust over the course of one year. Initial personal assessment, then monthly contact by phone with an Inland Diabetes Educator
  • Inpatient Diabetes Management
  • Diabetes Risk Test
Our Comprehensive Diabetes Management Program is accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.  For a free brochure about our diabetes services, please call (207) 861-3392 or download a copy here.

The Diabetes Association has developed a Diabetes Risk Test – it’s designed to be a "wake-up call" asking the American public to take the Diabetes Risk Test to find out if they are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Take the test here! 

Prediabetes Screening

An estimated one of every three U.S. adults has pre-diabetes, yet just 7% of those with pre-diabetes know they have it. Pre-diabetes increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. This test will help users learn whether they are at risk for pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Share with others to help them learn their risk, and whether they should follow up with a doctor to take steps to protect their health.

For more information, talk to your primary care provider about diabetes education at Diabetes & Nutrition Wellness at Inland Hospital (located in The Medical Arts Building, Suite 101).

For more information about Diabetes, e-mail inlandhospital@emhs.org or call (207) 861-7150.