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Meet the Expert Speaker Series on Tuesday Feb 19, 6pm

 

Dr. Brenda Jimenez, Gastroenterologist will be presenting 

Family History and Herediatary Colorectal Cancer at 

On Tuesday February 19 from 6-7pm 

Holy Family Hospital-Haverhill Auditorium 140 Lincoln Avenue Haverhill, MA

To RSVP email: george.nugent@steward.org or call 978-887-0151 ext: 4897

 

 

“Living Well with Diabetes”

 

The Diabetes Educators at Pentucket Medical Associates present

   

“Living Well With Diabetes”

An interactive evening for those living with diabetes and those living with them.

Thursday March 29th Time: 6-7 pm

Pentucket Medical- Haverhill, One Parkway, Haverhill 

2nd floor waiting room (left off the elevator)

 

 

Presented by: Joan Hultgren, RD LDN CDE

Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator

No Registration Required/ FREE

Door prizes and light refreshments will be served

Nutrition Classes

Current classes we are holding:

Counting Carbs for Diabetes

  • Do you know what is in your restaurant meal?
  • Are your blood sugars up and down?
  • Confused about how much insulin to take?
  • Which needs more insulin?

A class designed for those using insulin who want advanced details regarding accurate food intake & insulin dosing to improve blood glucose levels.

To Sign up for this Course Call 978.469.5608

A physician order is required and insurance co-pays do apply. Most insurance companies offer a diabetes and/or medical nutrition therapy benefit.


Supermarket Smarts for diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure and weight control

These classes are open to all of those diagnoses.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Basic store layout, marketing techniques, and benefits of developing a food shopping list
  • Best ways to save money at the food store
  • Deciphering and comparing food labels
  • Guidelines for choosing healthier products
  • New food products to consider

To Sign up for this Course Call 978.469.5608

A physician order is required and insurance co-pays do apply. Most insurance companies offer a diabetes and/or medical nutrition therapy benefit.