About the Service
We aim to deliver high quality specialist diabetes care in the community, the service focuses on patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes in primary and community settings using the optimal use of resources and innovative models of care which aim to empower and promote patient self-management.
How the Service is Provided
- Consultant Led Multi-Disciplinary Clinics
- Virtual Clinics
- Annual Practice visits led by Consultant
- Locality Link Diabetes Specialist Nurses
- Community specialist Diabetes Dietician
- Joint consultations by DSN and Dietician
- Diabetes Education for our Type 1 population [DAFNE] and Type 2 population [DESMOND] and Carbohydrate Awareness Course
- Starting Insulin together [Group Sessions]
- Learning Disability Diabetes Group Course
Meet the Team
What will happen at your Appointment
Aim is to empower and promote self-management of the client’s long term condition whilst referring and liaising with other health care professionals to improve outcomes.
Making a Referral
Helpful information for Patients
Helpful Information for Professionals
Group Insulin Start Groups
These courses are run over 2 weeks by the DSN and Diabetes Dietitian and enable people to transfer onto insulin with support. The course aims to increase knowledge and practice with insulin treatment aiming to minimise weight gain and improve dietary control at this crucial time. In the second week the patient has support with their control and to gain experience to manage their own diabetes with insulin.