The Penn Rodebaugh Diabetes Center and Penn Endocrinology Associates at Pennsylvania Hospital offer family-oriented approaches to patient care. Endocrinologists, clinicians and support staff provide a variety of treatments and services to help patients with diabetes and their families manage diabetes and develop healthy, normal lifestyles.
At Penn Medicine, patients are active members of the health care team.
It is important for patients receiving diabetes care to:
Learn about the system that allows patients with diabetes to get a continuous picture of their blood glucose levels.
Penn Medicine offers a comprehensive insulin pump program.
Learn how individualized nutrition counseling at Penn Medicine can help patients with diabetes.
Learn about the social services that Penn Medicine provides for the issues and concerns that may arise while receiving treatment for diabetes.
Learn how podiatry services can help treat your diabetes.
Learn about Penn Medicine's education course recognized by the American Diabetes Association.
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