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Free Online and In-Person Diabetes Classes

On the Road to Wellness is an online course that helps you learn more about diabetes and the management of this complex disease.  It includes all the information from the in-person classes , which are presented at various locations throughout Prince George's County.  Learn More

Multidisciplinary Diabetes Care in one Convenient Location

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you are not alone. Diabetes affects 25.8 million people or 8.3 percent of the U.S. population. In Prince George’s County, Maryland, those who have diabetes have a high rate of related emergency department visits.

Educating yourself about diabetes empowers you to manage your day-to-day life while living it to the fullest. You can improve your quality of life by understanding how diabetes works, knowing potential complications and making well-informed lifestyle decisions. When you need help, we are here.

We are dedicated to helping you better manage your diabetes.  Our comprehensive program includes the Joslin Diabetes Center, which is the only such program in Prince George's County accredited by the American Diabetes Association.  Also, our multidisciplinary program provides:  

  • Day-to-day diabetes management including insulin pump education and management
  • Personalized and ongoing care tailored to your unique needs
  • Ongoing support to help you better manage your diabetes as it changes and your needs evolve
  • Education about diabetes and what you can do to take charge of your health
  • Comprehensive diagnostic services and treatment options
  • Free support groups that meet every third Monday of the month

Our knowledgeable and compassionate diabetes team provides care at convenient locations:

Ask Our Doctors

Dr. Joan Parambi – Diabetes Education