Did you know that over 29.1 million people in the United States are affected
by diabetes? Whether you're newly diagnosed or have been living with
diabetes for a long time, remember you're not alone.
The Longmont United Hospital Diabetes Education program is here to help.
Our program was designed by experts in diabetes care, based on substantial
research showing that people with diabetes experience a better quality
of life when they have a full understanding of their disease. Because
of that, we are committed to empowering you, and your family, to learn
how to manage your disease and live a healthy life.
Taking charge of your lifestyle is one of the most significant aspects
to managing your diabetes effectively. Your health and well-being depend
on learning and implementing effective diabetes self-management skills.
By making smart choices related to the food you eat, getting regular exercise,
taking medication and monitoring your blood sugar, you can reduce your
risk of the serious complications caused by uncontrolled diabetes.
For more information about the Longmont United Hospital Diabetes Education
program and how it can help you, please call us at 303-485-4195.
We invite you to take charge of your health today.