Diabetes doesn’t have to hold you back. We’re here to help you keep moving forward, with a diabetes-management program designed to help you make real change toward better health. At AdventHealth Daytona Beach, formerly Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, we’re committed to helping you take charge of your diabetes by combining high-quality education and resources with a personalized, whole-person approach to your care.
From nutritional and fitness guidance, to personalized treatment plans and accountability, our team is by your side day after day. With our wide range of diabetes care services, groups and classes, and continued guidance from our diabetes care specialists, nurses, and educators, you’ll be able manage your blood sugar levels and feel like a new, stronger you.
Is at the Center of What We Do
- Are You At Risk for Diabetes?
When it comes to diabetes, knowledge is power. The sooner you understand your risk level, the sooner we can help you get on track to manage your condition and even prevent a diagnosis completely. At AdventHealth Daytona Beach, formerly Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, we’ve helped many people with prediabetes catch and control their condition before it becomes type 2 diabetes. We’re prepared to do the same for you. Let us help you assess your diabetes risk with a range of tests, including:
- A1C — A common blood test for diagnosing type 1 and type 2 diabetes
- Autoimmunity Checks — To test how your immune system is functioning
- C Peptide Screenings — Helps us predict type 1 diabetes
- Casual Plasma Glucose Test — Random screening for blood sugar levels
- Fasting Plasma Glucose Test — Requires you to refrain from food or drink for eight hours
- Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) — We’ll give you glucose and test your levels afterward
From there, we’ll provide you with an individualized treatment plan, educational resources, and the support you need to take control and get back to embracing life to the fullest.
- Learn How to Manage Your Diabetes Well
You'll never be left to manage your diabetes without guidance. Our nurses and dietitians work with you and your primary care physician to develop an individualized diabetes care plan that teaches you how to plan meals, manage medications, appropriately monitor glucose levels, and make proper diet and exercise a healthier part of your life.
Empowering you with the tools, support, and planning you need to control your diabetes has been at the heart of our diabetes management program from day one. In fact, our Diabetes Center is among the best in the area, having been the first in Volusia County to be certified by the American Diabetes Association. To better help you manage your diabetes now and for years to come, we offer a range of peer groups and diabetes care and education classes to give you the support you need.
- Diabetes Support Group — This group meets once a month to talk about diabetes management techniques and the daily lifestyle changes that come with a diabetes diagnosis.
- Two-Week Series — This session covers meal planning, monitoring glucose levels, managing medications, and more.
To start using our diabetes care and education resources today, call Call1-386-231-3178.
Scholarships may be available.
- Access the Latest and Best in Diabetes Care
You’ll always have access to the best possible diabetes care at AdventHealth Daytona Beach — now and well into the future. As part of the AdventHealth network, we work closely with the team at the AdventHealth Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes. The specialists at the renowned institute collaborate across disciplines to discover the best, most effective diabetes treatments and diagnostic techniques — and one day, a cure. We stay on top of leading Diabetes Care, so you can keep looking forward.
Partners in Your Diabetes Care
Combining the needs of real life with the needs of advanced diabetes care isn't always easy. The good news is, you don’t have to do it all on your own. Our multidisciplinary care team is here to guide you to the medical, social, and local resources that can help make living with diabetes easier. Trust us to help you feel more confident, more in control, and more empowered in your care.