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A better life with diabetes — that's our promise to you.
If diabetes is part of your life, the place to turn is the Joslin Clinic. Nowhere else in the world will you find more people and programs specializing exclusively in treating all types of diabetes. [Listen to what patients have to say about why "Joslin is my diabetes center."]
STATE OF THE ART MEDICAL CARE Researchers and clinicians dedicated to delivering the latest advances in care directly to patients.
EDUCATION Patients educated in all facets of diabetes, from nutrition to exercise to medication and monitoring.
EMPOWERMENT Empowered patients actively making their own daily decisions and living healthy lives with diabetes.
The clinic at Joslin Diabetes Center is the world's leader in caring for diabetes in all its forms, combining comprehensive experience and expertise with the latest advances in research, education and treatment. JoslinCare is our multi-disciplinary approach that ensures that people with diabetes get state-of-the-art medical care, patient education, and aggressive prevention and management of complications.
Whether you are newly diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, or want to improve your control and prevent complications, we can help you map out a personalized diabetes care plan.
Joslin Clinic Recognitions
- The NCQA award for Patient-Centered Specialty Practice recognizes the coordination and sharing of clinical information to organize care around patients—across all clinicians seen by a patient—and to include patients and their families or other caregivers in planning care and as partners in managing conditions.
- The American Diabetes Association for meeting the national standards for excellence in diabetes education.
- The National Committee for Quality Assurance/American Diabetes Association Diabetes Physician Recognition Program.
- The Heart/Stroke Recognition program through the National Committee for Quality Assurance and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for superior cardiovascular/stroke care.
Page last updated: April 29, 2016