The Diabetes Care Program at Marin General Hospital provides a continuum of expert care and resources for diabetes patients, their families, and caregivers. With the proper education, support, and medical supervision, patients can learn to successfully manage their diabetes and live healthier lives.
Taking steps to manage your diabetes can help improve your health and also help you build the confidence you need to actively participate in self-management throughout your lifetime. In the long run, active management can also help you avoid serious complications from diabetes. That’s why we offer a complete range of education and support services for people with diabetes, such as:
- Keys to Control: A multidisciplinary inpatient and transition care program that provides collaborative care for those hospitalized at Marin General Hospital.
- Personalized support with a Certified Diabetes Educator: 1:1 visits with a diabetes educator to tailor to your education and support needs. Call 1-415-925-7370 for more information.
- Classes and Support Groups: These programs are geared towards prevention and/or management of diabetes. Click here for a full list of classes and support groups.
Braden Diabetes Center
The Braden Diabetes Center provides the tools and techniques to help you live a healthier life with diabetes, one step at a time. Our program is structured to help you understand diabetes, make healthy choices, and learn how to confidently manage your blood sugar in any situation. We provide Outpatient care, self-management education programs, and support for those with a type 1 or type 2 diabetes diagnosis, gestational diabetes, or pre-diabetes.
(Learn more about the Braden Diabetes Center at Marin General Hospital)