Diabetes care

Diabetes care

We can help you actively manage your diabetes to make sure you continue to enjoy a full and active lifestyle.

Diabetes affects nearly one million Australians and can have both short and long-term impacts on your health. If you have diabetes, there are things you need to be doing to manage it.

Our nurses can help you control your diabetes. Our diabetes clinics offer support and education and our nursing team can assist with ongoing support with medication management, such as insulin injectsion if you are unable to manage this independently (and are eligible).

In consultation with your GP, our diabetes educators can assist to develop your own management plan, which could involve:

  • making changes to your lifestyle
  • monitoring your blood glucose levels
  • taking care of your feet
  • taking tablets or injections if you need.

Diabetes clinics

At our diabetes clinics you can access care provided by a credentialled diabetes educator – either individually or as part of a small group. The service is available to anyone living with diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational) and we focus on education, advice and self-management support.

If you are in the Peel, south west and mid west regions and you can’t attend a clinic, you can also access clinic services via phone or video conference.

Clinic locations:

Peel region 72 Lakes Road, Mandurah
South west region  58 West Street, Busselton
Mid west region Suite 2, 114 Sanford Street, Geraldton

How do I get this service?

You can access this service if:

  • your general practitioner (GP) asks for assistance in developing a diabetes management plan
  • you want more information or support to manage your diabetes.

In home support

This service can be accessed as part of the Commonwealth Home Support Programme or as part of a Home Care Package. Find out more about costs and eligibility.

For more details on our service, please call us on (08) 9242 0242 or 1300 650 803 (country callers) – we’re available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

More information

For more information on diabetes, visit the Diabetes WA website.

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