Learning About Your Health
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The following pages have important information to get you started on your journey with diabetes and to keep you healthy and safe. Each person’s health is unique. If you have any questions about this information, please ask your health care providers.
In order to get the complete national standards for diabetes education, which includes 10 hours of comprehensive care, ask your doctor about attending a program at California Pacific Medical Center. You can also find a certified diabetes educator in your area by calling 1-800-TEAM-UP4 (1-800-832-6874).
- Healthy Eating
- Being Active
- Taking Medications Safely
- Problem Solving
- Reducing Risks
- Healthy Coping
- The Center for Diabetes Services
3801 Sacramento Street, 7th floor
San Francisco, CA 94118
- St. Luke's Diabetes Center
3555 Cesar Chavez Street, Room 230
San Francisco, CA 94110
Produced by the Center for Patient and Community Education in association with the Center for Diabetes Services at California Pacific Medical Center. Last updated: 3/10
Funded by: A generous donation from the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Ciocca Foundation.
Note: This information is not meant to replace any information or personal medical advice which you get directly from your doctor(s). If you have any questions about this information, such as the risks or benefits of the treatment listed, please ask your doctor(s).