Diabetes can be hard work. Anyone diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes knows managing care is a full-time job. Connecting with a provider who understands your condition can help ease that stress. In addition to 300 endocrinologists and primary care providers across Nebraska and southwest Iowa, CHI Health has added virtual options from anywhere and a walk-in clinic in Omaha to help patients live with diabetes.
“We can help pinpoint what areas in your life diabetes is most stressful, and come up with a plan,” said Marcia Malone APRN, CHI Health Nurse Practitioner who specializes in diabetes care.
Walk-In Clinic - Omaha
Open five days a week from 8 am to 5 pm inside the CHI Health Clinic Millard at 5045 South 153rd Street. Patients connect with a registered nurse practitioner, a certified diabetes educator, a dietician and a pharmacist who coordinate care with your primary care provider.
- Intensive diabetes management
- Basic diabetic eye exams
- Foot exams
- A1C checks
- Diabetes education
- Nutrition therapy
- Continuous glucose monitoring
- Medication review
All services billed at primary care prices and MDsave.com options available for some services. Many of these services are also available throughout the state at CHI Health Clinics or via Zoom or phone. To find out more, call 402-717-9150.
“Isolation is one of the biggest factors of burnout. We want to make our diabetic patients feel supported, and give accessible resources to help them achieve a healthy and stress-free life," said Amber Rogers, APRN, CHI Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in diabetes care.
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In-person, phone or Zoom!
Omaha Walk-In Diabetes Clinic
CHI Health Clinic Millard
5045 South 153rd Street, Suite 100
FREE diabetes Support Groups
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