Diabetes is a disease that keeps the body from producing the right amount of insulin, and it can be difficult to manage. 

The team at the Diabetes and Endocrinology Center combines clinical care, counseling, education and research to find better ways to prevent and treat diabetes. Much of our program focuses on education and self-management of the disease so you have the skills to successfully manage it.

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What to expect

We provide a full spectrum of care, including:

Diabetes services:

Endocrinology (hormone) services:

Why choose Nebraska Medicine

People who have been diagnosed with diabetes are at risk for a variety of serious health complications that require specialty care. Our center is dedicated to providing comprehensive care by a multidisciplinary team of specialists. Communication between specialists is critical to prevent complications related to the disease. Our goal is to create a personalized treatment plan for you using a patient-centered approach.

We provide a young adult clinic, education, support services, clinical trials and specialized services for our patients. Learn more about what makes The Diabetes and Endocrinology Center unique

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  • Comprehensive care for patients diagnosed with diabetes

    The center is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for diabetes patients from a multidisciplinary team of specialists.

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  • Classes we offer at the Diabetes and Endocrinology Center

    We provide education on diabetes, based on the seven self-care behaviors identified by the American Association of Diabetes Educators.

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  • External resources and tools

    Managing diabetes can be difficult. Our team compiled a list of quality resources, tools, and tips to help make blood sugar management easier.

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  • Diabetes self-care behaviors

    Here you will find a list of self-care behaviors vital to managing diabetes. Our team provides a range of services for patients who want to successfully manage their diabetes.

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  • Amy Neumeister

    4 Steps to Prevent Diabetes

    Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions in this country. As many as one in 11 people have diabetes. But what’s worse, approximately one-third of Americans have prediabetes and 90 percent of these people don’t know it.

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