Our new team-based approach helps you with your health and wellness, as well chronic conditions. Your primary care doctor coordinates your care — and our Expanded Care Team provides specialized support tailored to your physical and mental health needs.
A certified diabetes educator (CDE) helps patients living with diabetes to better understand and manage their condition.
Your CDE is trained in prediabetes and diabetes prevention, and will help you:
A registered dietitian (RD) is a food and nutrition expert who helps pre-diabetic individuals and other patients with nutrition concerns. Your RD translates the science of nutrition into practical solutions for a healthier lifestyle.
Wellness guides are extensively trained medical assistants who teach self-management support to patients with new or uncontrolled chronic disease.
Your wellness guide can help you achieve health care goals recommended by your doctor, such as:
Your medical social worker can help assess your social, emotional, environmental, financial, and support needs.
He or she will also work with you, your family, and your doctor to create a coordinated plan of care, including helping patients with:
Your behavioral health counselor, or licensed clinical social worker, is highly trained in psychotherapy, assessment, diagnosis, substance abuse treatment, and crisis management.
He or she will provide you with short-term assessment and counseling and will help patients with concerns such as:
Should you need longer-term or complex treatment, you also can be connected to the appropriate resources.