Free Diabetes Education Classes to Begin at CVRMC

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Diabetes education classes will be hosted by Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center (CVRMC) for patients, their families, and friends who would like more information regarding the disease. Cecilia Chapman, Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), will be the instructor.

The classes are free of charge to the public with the first three classes scheduled at:

CVRMC – 5880 S. Hospital Drive, Medical Office Building from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

January 9

February 13

March 13

Patients, family or friends, please contact Deena at (928) 402-1121 to get your name on the list (count for materials).

Cecilia, CDE, is an expert who helps patients implement healthy behaviors in meal planning, physical activity, blood glucose control, taking medication, problem solving and coping skills. She also helps patients understand diabetes-related complications through education.

Cecilia graduated with a BS degree in Nutrition from Texas Woman’s University and completed Mount Auburn’s Dietetic Internship (a Harvard teaching hospital) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Cecilia is bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish fluently. If you would like to contact Cecilia for any questions regarding the courses, she may be reached at (480) 213-2774.

Our commitment to our patients is to provide care with quality, efficiency, and compassion and we are pleased to be providing this service for our communities. “Our Mission is Your Health.”

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