Diabetes Awareness Month
American Diabetes Month at
Montefiore Einstein: Stronger Together.
November is American Diabetes Month and Montefiore Einstein proudly joins the American Diabetes Association to raise awareness of this chronic disease, and support prevention and better disease management with yourself, friends and family. Please take a moment to look at our events calendar, tips and resources. We are Stronger Together when we increase diabetes awareness in our community.
Know the facts about diabetes
More than 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes and 1 in 5 don't even know they have it. Find out how your community may be affected and what you can do about it.
How to prevent and manage diabetes
Now’s a great time to make a solid plan to refocus on diabetes prevention and management. The first important step is to get reliable information that can help you change your outlook and overall health in the months ahead.
Montefiore Einstein is nationally ranked for its diabetes management program
Montefiore Einstein ranks as one of the best hospitals in the nation in 2022-2023 for Diabetes & Endocrinology by US News and World Report.
Our multidisciplinary team of experienced endocrinologists, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and nutritionists provide diabetes management to 4,000 individuals annually in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Montefiore Einstein’s unique diabetes self-management program, the Proactive Managed Information System for Education in Diabetes (PROMISED©) was twice nationally recognized by the American Diabetes Association for exemplary performance and consistently meeting national standards.
Helping young adults better deal with their diabetes
Emerging adults between 18 and 25 with diabetes face numerous challenges with their disease as they transition into adulthood. A unique program at Montefiore helps them better deal with the changes in their diabetes care.
Join the conversation to learn more about diabetes prevention and management
Talking about diabetes—how to prevent it and how to manage it if you have it—is the best way to increase awareness in your community.