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Capital Health

Capital Health

Medical center

Capital Health is comprised of two medical facilities (the Fuld campus in Trenton and the Mercer campus); it offers centers of excellence in maternal child health, cardiology, dialysis, trauma services, oncology, orthopaedics, mental health and infectious diseases. There is a separate health education center in Hamilton. [NJ82830]

Capital Health
750 Brunswick Ave
Trenton, NJ 8638
(609) 394-6000
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/04/2017  [ 3493 ] 

New Vista Nursing and Rehabilitation

New Vista Nursing and Rehabilitation

New Vista offers a long-term care and nursing facility as well as a separate rehabilitation center.

New Vista offers a long-term care and nursing facililty as well as a separate rehabilitation center. Their long-term care services include caregivers trained to give the most compassionate care, social services, and recreational opportunities. They provide many services to patients with Alzheimer's, dementia and other cognitive disorders, is well as respite and palliative care. Among services at their rehabilitation center, their therapists treat: hip or knee replacement; post-stroke care; post-surgical recovery; complex wound care; motor vehicle trauma; cardiac care; orthopedic care; diabetes management; pain management ; IV therapy; tracheotomy care; and gastrostomy care. [NJ82966]

New Vista Nursing and Rehabilitation
300 Broadway
Newark, NJ 7104
(973) 484-4222
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/04/2017  [ 3556 ] 

Diabetes, Pre-diabetes and Insulin Resistance Lecture - March 21, 2012

Diabetes, Pre-diabetes and Insulin Resistance Lecture - March 21, 2012

THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Join Susan Buckley, RD as she teaches you the ins and outs of Diabetes and how to control blood sugar.

THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Do you have Diabetes? Pre-diabetes? Insulin resistance? Glucose intolerance? Hypoglycemia? Or are you just looking for a healthier, lower carbohydrate eating plan? Join Susan Buckley, RD as she teaches you the ins and outs of Diabetes and how to control blood sugar.
WHERE:
South Denver Cardiology Associates, P.C. and South Denver Heart Center
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
WHEN:
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

South Denver Cardiology Associates, P.C. and South Denver Heart Center
1000 Southpark Drive
Littleton, CO 80120
(303) 744-1065
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/03/2017  [ 29727 ] 

Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

The Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program (DPCP) is dedicated to improving the health of people at risk for or with diabetes.

Much of the health and economic burden of diabetes can be averted through known prevention measures. The Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program (DPCP) is dedicated to improving the health of people at risk for or with diabetes. We rely on our strong partnerships in the development, distribution, and implementation of resources.

Publications for people with diabetes include:
- Self-Care Information and Record Booklet
- Personal Care Record (wallet card)
- Blood Sugar Log Booklet
- Students with Diabetes: A Resource Guide for Wisconsin Schools and Families

You can order these materials online at www.wisconsindiabetesinfo.org. Click on "Order Free Materials" in the left navigation bar and follow instructions.

Major publications include:
- Wisconsin Diabetes Mellitus Essential Care Guidelines
- Burden of Diabetes in Wisconsin
- Wisconsin Diabetes Surveillance Report

Major projects include:
- Wisconsin Collaborative Diabetes Quality Improvement Project (HMO Collaborative)
- Wisconsin Diabetes Quality Improvement Project (with federally-funded community health centers)

A program of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Division of Public Health.

Wisconsin Diabetes Prevention and Control Program
PO Box 2659
Madison, WI 53701
(608) 261-6871
Resource Area: local
Updated: 10/04/2017  [ 29888 ] 

National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin

National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin

The nation's leading nonprofit organization focused on research and education related to kidney disease.

Diabetes is the leading cause of chronic kidney disease in the United States. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) occurs in 20-40% of people with diabetes. Without treatment, people who have diabetes and chronic kidney disease often progress to kidney failure. Controlling your blood sugar levels and blood pressure, along with early detection of kidney damage, can reduce the risk of the development and progression of chronic kidney disease in people with diabetes.

The National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin has a number of resources educational resources, programs and support groups available that can help you detect chronic kidney disease and learn how to successfully manage the disease.

National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
16655 W Bluemound Rd., Ste. 240
Brookfield, WI 53005
(800) 543-6393 x10
Resource Area: statewide
Updated: 07/26/2017  [ 29894 ] 

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