Manage Your Diabetes
Diabetes affects over 25 million Americans and requires a skilled diabetes care center to help you live life to the fullest.
When you get diabetes care at AdventHealth Heart of Florida, formerly Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center, our board-certified endocrinologists and diabetes specialists will guide your every step, from diagnosis to the everyday management of your condition.
We’ll make sure you understand how your condition affects your body, and will work together with you and your family to create a diabetes management plan that helps you stay healthy and prevent diabetes complications.
With You in Mind
- Diabetes Education
Knowing how your conditions affects your overall health is the first step in gaining control of your symptoms and diabetes complications. AdventHealth Heart of Florida has a team of diabetes specialists — including endocrinologists, nurse educators, dieticians and other diabetes care professionals — to help you better understand your type 1 or type 2 diabetes and how to adapt your lifestyle with nutritional counseling, so you can best manage it.
For more information on diabetes education programs or group classes, call us at Call 863-419-2799 .
- Diabetes Management
A healthy body means a healthy you. If you’re condition isn’t well controlled, diabetes complications can be dangerous and sometimes fatal. That’s why helping you manage your diabetes effectively is our top priority.
Working as a team, we provide the tools and skills you need to self-manage your diabetes and keep your blood sugar levels within acceptable limits, including diabetes medications, glucose monitors for blood sugar testing, nutrition counseling and exercise guidance.
To request an appointment with a diabetes specialist, call Call 866-997-DOCS today.
- Nutrition for Diabetes
There’s truth in the well-known phrase, “You are what you eat.” Nutrition is key to controlling your diabetes: A proper diet can lead to weight loss, and helps maintain healthy blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels.
Our registered dietitian can assist you with shopping, meal planning and nutritional counseling.
Call Call 863-419-2799 to learn more.
- Wound Care
High glucose levels over a long period of time can lead to nerve damage (neuropathy) and poor blood circulation. These conditions are common diabetes complications that make it hard for your skin to repair itself and causes wounds to heal slowly, or not at all.
If you have a wound that won’t heal, call our Center for Wound Care at Call 863-422-8123 .