Diabetes Prevention

If you are at high risk for developing diabetes or have pre-diabetes, we offer a program giving you the tools to delay or prevent the onset of diabetes.

“The good news is that a lot of the diabetic complications people are worried about are avoidable,” says Robin Goland, MD, codirector of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia University Medical Center. “And you can certainly delay them.” Control of three health measures is essential—A1C (glucose), blood pressure, and cholesterol. Getting lab tests and checks as directed can help you and your health care provider spot problems early and ramp up prevention and treatment.