Resources to Learn More About Diabetes

Diabetes Education Resources
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Brattleboro 802-251-8429
Central Vermont Medical Center Barre 802-371-4152
Copley Hospital Morrisville 802-888-8226
Diabetes Center of the Lamoille Valley at Johnson Health Clinic Johnson 802-635-6689
Fletcher Allen Health Care
Children’s Services
Adult’s Services
Burlington 802-847-6200
Gifford Medical Center Randolph 802-728-4441
Green Mountain Nutrition Associates Barre 802-476-7607
Mount Ascutney Hospital and Health Care Center Windsor 802-674-7300
North Country Hospital Newport 802-334-4155
Northeast Vermont Regional Hospital St Johnsbury 802-748-7433
Northwest Medical Center St Albans 802-524-1031
Porter Medical Center Middlebury 802-388-4723
Rutland Region Diabetes and
Endocrinology Center
Rutland 802-775-2703
Southwestern Vermont Medical Center Bennington 802-447-5315
Springfield Hospital Springfield 802-885-7508
Veterans Administration White River Jct. 866-687-8387
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Children’s Services
Adult’s Services
Hanover (NH) 603-653-9877

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Vermont Resources

American Diabetes Association, Vermont
1-888-342-2383 or 1-802-654-7716

Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, Vermont Department of Health
1-800-464-4343 or 1-802-863-7330

Vermont Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Vermont Association of Diabetes Educators

Vermont 2-1-1 - Community resources for everyday needs and difficult times.
To call, dial 211

National Resources

American Diabetes Association or 1-800-342-2383

American Dietetic Association or 1-800-366-1655

National Diabetes Education Program

Medicare Information or 1-800-633-4273

National Institutes of Health Diabetes Program

Center for Disease Control Diabetes Program

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Diabetes Self-Management

Other Things You Should Know About Diabetes

* This guide is not meant to cover every topic about diabetes, nor is it a substitute for advice of trained professionals.

* A person with diabetes should get regularly scheduled check-ups from a qualified medical provider.

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