Attention Joslin Patients:

Joslin Diabetes Center's COVID-19 pandemic hybrid care model allows patients to tailor their care with remote and in-person services, including telehealth visits. Please visit our main COVID-19 page for all this information in both English and Spanish. Please access COVID Pass the day of any on-site appointment to answer screening questions to receive a pass. 
 

Currently, Joslin does not have a supply of COVID-19 vaccine.  Vaccine availability and distribution are controlled by federal and state authorities. If the vaccine becomes available to us, Joslin will adhere to the state's plan for prioritized distribution. Please monitor the COVID-19 page on our website for updates.

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Sue-Ellen Anderson-Haynes, MS, RDN, CDE, CPT, provides diabetes self-management education and medical nutrition therapy, to a variety of patients: T1, T2, Pre-Diabetes, Renal, Bariatric, Celiac Disease, Eating Disorders.

Anderson-Haynes serves as lead dietitian in the Pregnancy Clinic: GDM, T1, T2 preconception, pregnancy, and post-partum nutrition; lead dietitian in the Why WAIT (Weight Achievement Intensive Treatment) Program and serves as relief dietitian for the Hypoglycemia Clinic, DO IT program, and Diabetes Today Program.

She is the preceptor for nutrition Interns in the Tufts Dietetic Program.

Anderson-Haynes provides updates to Joslin's education materials on general nutrition, pregnancy, weight management, etc.

 

Diabetes prevention, weight management, and women's health

  • Type 1
  • Gestational Diabetes

Contact Information

Office Phone

(617) 309-4414