Diabetes Clinic



In collaboration with family doctors, the diabetes educators offer individuals with diabetes the support needed to understand diabetes, to better control glucose (blood sugar) levels and to reduce long-term complications of the disease.

Our team (nurse and dietician) also work to educate those likely to develop diabetes.

The diabetes educators see patients in individual consultation and/or in group education sessions.

Our Clientele:
• Glucose intolerant (pre-diabetes)
• Type 1 diabetes (18 years old and over)
• Type 2 diabetes
• Gestational diabetes (without preexisting history of diabetes)
• Patients with insulin pumps
• Only adults aged 18 and over are accepted at the Clinic.  Clients 17 years & under are referred to CHEO (Ontario clients) or Hôpital Ste-Justine (Québec clients).

 

Do you require a referral from your doctor in order to have access to the service?

NO. Our clinic accepts referrals from physicians and health care providers.  For referrals, please contact: Clinic secretary, at 613-632-1111 extension 52701

Hours and days of operation:Clinic hours:Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Secretarial hours: Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Public phone number and/or email. :613-632-1111, ext. 52701


For further information:
Champlain Diabetes Regional Coordination Centre
Stand Up to Diabetes (Ontario Ministry of Health web site)
Canadian Diabetes Association 
Quebec Diabetes Association (french only)
Dieticians of Canada
Champlain Health Line
EatRight Ontario
Canadian Association for Wound Care (foot care for diabetics)



The World Diabetes Day logo is the blue circle - the global symbol for diabetes which was developed as part of the Unite for Diabetes awareness campaign. The logo was adopted in 2007 to mark the passage of the United Nations World Diabetes Day Resolution. It is a simple icon that can be easily adapted and widely adopted, the circle symbolizes life and health. The colour blue reflects the sky that unites all nations. The blue circle signifies the unity of the global diabetes community in response to the diabetes pandemic.

Find out if you are at risk.

Learning to manage your disease can lessen the risk of potential complications.

Are you at risk of developing diabetes?  Find out with this simple test:
www.worlddiabetesday.org/bluecircletest. Available in English, French and Spanish

Recognize the Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes:

• Unusual thirst
• Frequent urination
• Unusual weight loss
• Extreme fatigue or lack of energy
• Blurred vision
• Frequent or recurring infections
• Cuts and bruises that are slow to heal
• Tingling or numbness in hands and/or feet

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