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Diabetes

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1. Help in your community

Find diabetes resources in your area:

Community Phone Number and Contact
Buffalo Narrows
306-235-5842 - Diabetes Education Program
La Ronge
306-425-4816 - Director of Primary Health Care
Lloydminster
306-820-6069 - Diabetes Education Team
Maidstone 306-893-2622, ext. 7105 - Diabetes Education Team
Meadow Lake 306-826-1529 - Diabetes Education Team
Melfort
306-752-8786 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
Moose Jaw 306-694-0230 or 306-694-0364 - Patient Education Centre
Nipawin 306-862-7251 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
North Battleford 306-446-6424 - Diabetes Education Team
Prince Albert 306-765-6464 - Diabetes Education Centre
Regina 306-766-4540 - Metabolic and Diabetes Education Centre (MEDEC)
Rosetown
306-882-6413 - Community Services
Saskatoon 306-655-2136 - Patient Education & Chronic Disease Management
Swift Current 306-778-9489 - Diabetes Education
Stony Rapids
306-439-2200, ext. 287 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
Tisdale
306-873-3760 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
Weyburn 306-637-2472 - Chronic Disease Prevention & Management Coordinator
Yorkton 306-786-6363 - Diabetes Education Program
306-439-2200, ext. 287 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
306-439-2200, ext. 287 - Diabetes Nurse Educator
306-820-6069
306-820-6069
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2. Managing diabetes when you are sick

When you are sick, controlling your blood sugar (glucose) can be a challenge. Nausea, vomiting, illness and changes in eating will affect blood sugar levels.
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3. Diabetes Guides and Reference Materials

Many resources are available to help you learn about diabetes and chronic kidney disease. Consult your health professional for personalized advice. To order copies of these brochures contact Primary Health Services Branch at 306-798-0198.

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