Winthrop's Diabetes Education Program Once Again Merits ADA Recognition


Vol. 16, No. 1
Winter 2006

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  • Bariatric Surgery Procedure

  • Angioplasty Proceduresat Winthrop Ranked at the Top by NY State's Health Department

  • Singapore Doctors and Hospital Leaders Tour Winthrop's Cardiac Care Facilities

  • Pulmonary Rehab Programis Step in Right Direction for Lung Disease Patient

  • First Annual Pulmonary Hypertension Walk Raises Thousands for Research

  • Winthrop's Diabetes Education Center Celebrates Grand Opening of New,Larger Facility

  • Winthrop's Diabetes Education Program Once Again Merits ADA Recognition

  • Annual Check-Up Catches Early-Stage Tumor, Minimally Invasive Procedure Spares Kidney

  • Winthrop First to Perform Spinal Radiosurgery with CyberKnife

  • ASU Tours Help Young Patients Prepare for Surgery

  • An Elegant Evening of Celebration & Charity

  • The Guardian Society Thinking Ahead for Your Future and Winthrop's

  • Syde Hurdus Foundation Supports Endoscopy Center and Research

  • Treiber Family Gives in Memory of Their Son

  • First Annual "Evening of Tasting & Giving" Raises Thousands

  • Cardiac Surgeon and Family Donate in Support of Heart Surgery Center Construction

  • Auxilians Once Again Join Hands to Help Pediatrics

  • "Extend the Holidays" Toy Drive Keeps Smiles Going

  • The Pat Lyons Foundation

  • "Family Sunday" Created for Cancer Center for Kids' Patients

  • Jay's World Foundation Furthers Support of Winthrop's Pediatric Facilities

  • Williston Park Rotary Lends Support for Cancer Survivors' Program

  • Winthrop Welcomes 2006 Golf Tournament Co-Chairs

  • Garden City Resident Celebrates Birthday by Helping Young Patients

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  • Winthrop's diabetes self-management education program has once again been recognized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for meeting the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs. Winthrop's Diabetes Education Program, originally recognized in January of 1987, was the first in New York State to receive ADA accreditation. Since it was instituted in 1979, thousands of people have participated in Winthrop's program.

    The ADA's Education Recognition Certificate is awarded for three years. Programs that achieve recognition status are supported by a staff of knowledgeable health professionals, who provide participants with comprehensive information about diabetes management.

    "Those who participate in an ADA recognized program are taught self-care skills that promote better management of his or her diabetes treatment regimen. Through the support of the healthcare team and increased knowledge and awareness of diabetes, patients can assume a major part of the responsibility for managing their diabetes," explained Virginia Peragallo-Dittko, APRN, BC-ADM, MA, CDE, Director of the Center. "We are pleased to once again be recognized by the ADA as offering a high-quality patient education program."

    For more information about the program, call (516) 663-2350.



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