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Endocrinology's Diabetes Education Program merits ADA recognition

Pictured from left, front row: Carolyn Reinke, executive director of practice administration at Carroll Health Group; Susan Steinweg, program coordinator at The Diabetes Center at Carroll Hospital Center; Amy Michael, diabetes educator at Carroll Health Group Endocrinology; and Sheri Schreiber, office manager at Carroll Health Group Endocrinology; back row: Dr. James Dicke, endocrinology, and medical director of The Diabetes Center at Carroll Hospital Center; and Dr. David Louder, vice president of physician partnerships at Carroll Hospital Center.
Pictured from left, front row: Carolyn Reinke, executive director of practice administration at Carroll Health Group; Susan Steinweg, program coordinator at The Diabetes Center at Carroll Hospital Center; Amy Michael, diabetes educator at Carroll Health Group Endocrinology; and Sheri Schreiber, office manager at Carroll Health Group Endocrinology; back row: Dr. James Dicke, endocrinology, and medical director of The Diabetes Center at Carroll Hospital Center; and Dr. David Louder, vice president of physician partnerships at Carroll Hospital Center. (Submitted Photo, Carroll County Times)

Carroll Health Group Endocrinology, Carroll Hospital Center's affiliated multi-specialty practice, recently received an Education Recognition Certificate from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for its quality diabetes self-management education program.

The certificate recognizes the program as an extension site of Carroll Hospital Center's Diabetes Center, with the ability to offer patients the high-quality education that is essential for effective diabetes treatment. The certificate also assures that the office's educational program meets the national standards for diabetes self-management education programs.

To achieve this recognition, Carroll Health Group Endocrinology's diabetes self-management education program was evaluated and found to have a staff of knowledgeable health professionals who can provide participants with comprehensive information about diabetes management.

Education recognition status is verified by an official certificate from the ADA and awarded for four years.

Founded in 1940, the ADA is the nation's leading non-profit health organization supporting diabetes research, advocacy and information for health professionals, patients and the public.

Carroll Health Group Endocrinology provides a team of specialists, including board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners and a clinical dietitian, that is dedicated to providing high quality care to patients with diabetes and other endocrine system disorders. For more information on Carroll Health Group Endocrinology, please visit CHGEndocrinology.com or call 410-751-2510.

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