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Diabetes & Nutrition Services

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, pre-diabetes or are interested in learning more about healthy living, we can help you get on the right track.  

Our team or professionals includes nurses and dietitians, who are certified diabetes educators or are working toward their certification. We listen and provide guidance based on your wants and needs.

Our services*

  • One-on-one counseling and education covering diabetes, diabetes prevention and/or nutrition therapy for diabetes, kidney disease, weight loss, eating disorders and sports nutrition.
  • Foot clinic with services including toenail trimming and callus and nail debridement, for people diagnosed with diabetes.
  • Continuous glucose monitoring to help assess for high and low blood sugar patterns and guide treatment.
  • Medication management, working with your doctor to adjust diabetes medications to improve blood sugar control.
  • Helping you set goals for changing behavior to improve health.  This may include referrals to other specialists in behavioral health.
  • Training in Insulin Pump therapy - our certified pump trainers can work with you to be successful at wearing and managing your insulin pump.

 Our classes

We also encourage you to participate in our classes including:

  • Diabetes Self-Management*: Three-week class
  • Diabetes Support Group: Free monthly group which meets the second Tuesday each month from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the hospital conference rooms.  The group includes education and support with a different topic presented presented every month.
  • Weight Loss Support Group: Free monthly group which meets immediately after the Diabetes Support Group.
  • Type 1 Social Hour:  A free meeting for people with type 1 diabetes, to meet and talk about common concerns and share support.

*Referral required for these services and classes.

Call 541-768-6973 for more information, or to register for a class or support group.

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Our Foot Clinic

Nerve damage, blood flow problems and infections can cause serious foot problems for some people with diabetes, which may result in amputations.

Good foot care is an essential part of diabetes management and prevention. Early detection and proper treatment are the best ways to minimize complications.

At our diabetic foot clinic, trained registered nurses offer the following services:

  • Nail trimming
  • Callus removal
  • Education for foot care
  • Footwear referral

A referral from your physician is required. Call us for more information.

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Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center – Diabetes Education Department of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center 3615 NW Samaritan Drive, Suite G1 Corvallis, OR 97330