News & Events:
OMC is hosting a Diabetes Fair on Tuesday, January 28 at Olympic Memorial Hospital. Click here to learn more.
Click here to listen to a recent interview of Olympic Medical's Dr. Bruce Williams and Vicki Everrett, RD, CDE, on the Todd Ortloff Show. Their topic was "Diabetes in Clallam County".
OMC's Diabetes Education Program
Education is available for newly diagnosed and previously diagnosed people interested in the latest information. You will meet individually with a nurse/diabetes educator, and then either attend group classes or complete additional one-on-one appointments with a nurse or dietitian educator.
Topics may include the following:
Meal planning: carbohydrate counting, weight management, low-fat meals, dining out, and more
Medication and insulin instruction
Blood glucose monitoring
Risk management and complication prevention
Insulin pump therapy
Work with Your Physician
A referral is required from a physician for you to enter the program. We work with you and your physician to design the best training program to meet your needs.
We are an American Diabetes Association recognized program that meets national standards for self-management education. Our experienced team of certified diabetes educators (CDE) and registered dietitians (RD) are qualified and eager to help you reach your goals.
Our team recognizes the value of a support system in the management of diabetes. We welcome you to bring a family member or friend to attend your programs with you.
You may be eligible for partial or full insurance coverage. Please contact your insurance company to verify your coverage level. Medicare patients are eligible for 10 hours of initial instruction and two hours every year after that.
If you are interested in our Program or for more information, please call us at (360) 417-7125. Diabetes Education is available in both Port Angeles and Sequim.