No matter your experience level, our certified diabetes care and education specialists, dietitians and nurses will help you build the skills and confidence to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Second floor of the Gritman medical office building, directly across Main Street from the hospital. 803 S Main St., Suite 220 Moscow, ID 83843.
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Our team is ready to help you learn how to live better and take control through monitoring blood sugar, nutrition and physical activity-as well as understanding medication as needed.
Individual Counseling Services
Our team is dedicated to working with you to prevent type 2 diabetes through our Weight Management and Diabetes Prevention Program, a year-long, lifestyle-change program. This program, fully recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, offers education on physical activity, nutrition, stress management and other important areas of your health. We also work with you to build strategies for overcoming challenges to sustaining weight loss.
Medicare Part B covers as a benefit with prediabetes labs. Please check with your insurance provider to find out if the Weight Management and Diabetes Prevention Program is covered. To register for this program, contact Gritman Clinical Nutrition at 208-883-6341 or DPP@gritman.org.
To be eligible for this program, you must meet the following criteria:
Individuals who would benefit from this program:
Dates and times for classes and events can be found in the links below or on our event calendar.
Contact us at 208-883-6341 or email DPP@gritman.org for more information or to register.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) launched its first risk test in 1993. The risk test was adapted by a published study and validated using data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A person with a high score on the online risk test (five or higher) is at significant risk for having prediabetes. However, only a blood test can determine an official diagnosis. Take The Prediabetes Risk Test
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