Section of Nephrology & Diabetology Make an Appointment Ask a Question Refer Patient Section of Nephrology & Diabetology Alexandra Wilson, MS, RD + × Alexandra Wilson, MS, RD Clinical Dietitian Department of Medicine Nephrology & Diabetology Section View Full Profile Make an Appointment Ann Mullen, RN, CNS, AE-C, CDE + × Ann Mullen, RN, CNS, AE-C, CDE Patient Education Coordinator & Clinical Nurse Specialist Department of Nursing View Full Profile Make an Appointment Elizabeth F.O. Kern, MD, MS + × Elizabeth F.O. Kern, MD, MS Department of Medicine, Associate Professor Director, Health Outcomes Section of Nephrology & Diabetology Diabetes Program Kidney Disease Program Cancer Registry Clinical Patient Registries for Quality Improvement View Full Profile Make an Appointment View all (3) Faculty & Staff in Section of Nephrology & Diabetology Find a Doctor Nurses Michelle MacDonald, RN, MSN, AE-C Diabetes Patient Education Program National Jewish Health offers a three-tiered, doctor-managed program for patients with yype 2 diabetes (T2DM). Our program is certified by the American Association of Diabetes Educators. The National Jewish Health Diabetes Program is appropriate for all patients with T2DM: The newly diagnosed Patients who need to learn or re-learn self-management skills Those needing better glucose pattern management Patients who have targeted nutritional needs Patients can access all parts of the program, or just the level they need. Physician Visit Patient Education Program Medical Nutrition Therapy Comprehensive medical evaluation Blood sugar control issues Complex cases including early-stage kidney disease and difficult to control hypertension Medication review and adjustment Review the basics of disease management Learn about medication types and actions Blood glucose testing Glucose meter use Insulin injection Individual, focused sessions Learn how to control blood sugar and high blood pressure through diet Reduce risk for heart attack and stroke Lose weight Diabetes Basics Class Fridays 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. National Jewish Health Patient Education Classroom Addresses what patients can do to manage their diabetes: Teaches patients how to confidently recognize and treat low blood glucose Introduces carbohydrate counting Discusses how exercise affects blood glucose Explains how diabetes medicines work Contact Us Please call us at 303.398.1355 to schedule an appointment.