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Diabetes Services

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Live Successfully with Diabetes

Learning to manage your diabetes is an important step in living a healthy lifestyle. Diabetes Services is here to help. Our team of physicians and endocrinology associates provides individualized diabetes education and self-management training for children and adults, in private and small group sessions.

Our certified diabetes educators and registered dieticians work in cooperation with your physician and your entire health care team to help you reach your goals, whether you have Type 1, Type 2, Pre-Diabetes or gestational diabetes.

After our initial visit, we will tailor a plan for you that covers:

  • Why monitoring is important
  • Education about meters
  • Nutrition guidance
  • Understanding some basics about diabetes
  • Exercise (programs at The Works Family Health & Fitness Center)
  • Guidelines for how to eat on sick days (illness, dental procedures, surgeries or stressful events that may effect your eating)
  • Foot care

Make an Appointment

You may be referred at any time by yourself, your doctor or other healthcare provider. You will need a prescription or referral requesting diabetes self-management education from your doctor if you would like insurance coverage for services. Call Diabetes Services at (603) 740-2887 for an appointment or have your physician fax a referral to (603) 740-2886.

Diabetes Educational Classes and Support Groups

For the schedule, more information, or to register for any of the following programs, please call Diabetes Services at (603) 740-2887 (option 2) or email Teresa LaFlamme at

Build a Better Diet

This class is perfect for you if you’ve been recently diagnosed with pre-diabetes or if you are looking for a simple nutrition refresher class.  The class is FREE and takes place virtually or in person.  Classes are offered once per month, rotating morning and afternoon times.

Eating Well and Monitoring with Diabetes

This class offers a way to end the confusion and start you on a personalized plan to better living and eating with diabetes. It will focus on understanding blood sugars, learning about the goal of care, as well as adjusting to life with diabetes.  Classes are offered once per month in the afternoon. Class attendance is covered by Medicare and other insurance plans (co-pays may apply). Please refer to your individual insurance plan for covered benefits. 

Living Well with Diabetes

This class focuses on understanding diabetes, medication options, factors affecting blood sugars and how to maintain overall health with diabetes. We will also discuss how to create Your Diabetes Plan. This class is held four times per year.

Success with personal goals for people living with Diabetes

This class focuses on strategies for making effective and painless lifestyle changes to optimize your health with diabetes. We will discuss your goals and make any updates to Your Diabetes Plan. This class is held twice a year.

Type 1 Community Meeting - Please see Facebook for updates (Seacoast NH Type 1 Diabetes Support Community

This is a community of adults with Type 1 Diabetes that meets four times per year from 7– 8 p.m. over Zoom.  It is led by Kristie Lloyd, MS, RD, CDCES, and Dylan Thomas, MD.

  • June 5, 2024    Diabetes Burnout and Stress
  • September 4, 2024    Carbohydrates and Fats
  • December 4, 2024    Technology Updates

Sweet Connections: Diabetes Community Support Group

Diabetes Educators Marianne Evans Ramsay and Megrette Fletcher offer diabetes management support and knowledge when you need it, where you need it. This podcast, for people with pre-diabetes and diabetes, will explore the joys and challenges of fitting diabetes care into your life. Listen to Sweet Support podcast

Sharps Exchange

Diabetes Services also offers a quarterly Sharps Exchange program for the safe transfer and disposal of needles and sharp supplies from our patients with diabetes. It is held in the Main Lobby at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. Bring your old sharps container and we’ll issue you a new one.  Exchanges will take place in the hospital's main lobby near the Waterfall Café. 

Sharps Exchange 2024:

  • June 11, 8 – 6 p.m.
  • September 10, 8 – 6 p.m.
  • December 3, 8 – 6 p.m.

Programs for Children with Diabetes

Let's empower children and teens with diabetes to live healthy; enrich their lives with activity, education and support; and inspire them to follow their dreams. 

Families are encouraged to participate in many of our Diabetes Camps. Space is limited. Individual program brochures will be available 2 months prior to each event and will include registration and fee information. Scholarships are available through the Wentworth-Douglass Foundation.

For more information, request brochures or ask questions about our kids programs, please call Kris Ferullo at (603) 740-2861.

Diabetes Educators | Wentworth-Douglass Hospital

Camp Lance-A-Lot for Families: TBD 2024

At Camp Lance-A-Lot for Families, parents, children and siblings will connect and grow with other families coping with similar challenges.

Camp Hot Shot:  TBD 2024 (A Day Camp for Kids with Diabetes)

Camp Lance-A-Lot for Teens: TBD 2024


Contact Us

Diabetes Outpatient Services

10 Members Way

Dover, NH 03820

Phone: (603) 740-2887

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Are You at Risk for Prediabetes?

Call 603-609-6027 or email if you are prediabetes or at risk of diabetes. Take the risk test at

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