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What Does A Typical Joslin Affiliated Center Include?

A typical Joslin Affiliated Program includes:

  • Medical Director and physicians who are board certified in internal medicine, or internal medicine and endocrinology.
  • Nursing staff who are certified diabetes educators.
  • Dietitians who are certified diabetes educators.
  • Access to staff in the following areas (either as part of the Joslin program or through referral to the hospital):

    • Exercise specialist
    • Mental health specialist
    • Podiatrist
    • Eye Specialist
    • Other specialists, such as nephrology, cardiology, vascular medicine, etc.
  • A wide range of programs and educational materials for use with patients.
  • A comprehensive training and education program for staff.
  • An effective marketing and public relations program.

Page last updated: September 02, 2014