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ADA grants recognition to Memorial's "Living with Diabetes" education program

The American Diabetes Association has granted official recognition to “Living with Diabetes,” Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center’s self-management education program for people with diabetes.

Recognition by the American Diabetes Association, the largest and most widely known organization in the field of diabetes:

• Identifies quality diabetes self-management education services
• Enhances marketing through use of the ADA Education Recognition logo
• Meets criteria for Medicare reimbursement
• Stimulates referrals from local ADA offices

“Most importantly, it assures our clients that ‘Living with Diabetes’ adheres to national standards set by the American Diabetes Association,” said Pam Beamer, a certified diabetes educator in Memorial’s Diabetes and Endocrinology Center of Niagara. “It shows that we are committed to providing high-quality care.”

The program teaches key concepts about diabetes gives practical information for daily living. Instructors include certified diabetes educators, registered nurses, registered dietitians and exercise specialists.

To learn more about Living with Diabetes, call the Diabetes & Endocrinology Center of Niagara at 278-4102 or send an e-mail to LivingWithDiabetes@nfmmc.org.


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