Personalized care, close to home.
Froedtert South is a leader in cardiovascular care. We provide the latest tests and procedures to diagnose and treat heart and vascular conditions.
Diabetes affects about 30 million Americans, and a condition known as prediabetes affects another 86 million, according to the American Diabetes Association. About 5 percent of diabetes cases are Type 1, once known as juvenile diabetes, in which the body doesn’t produce insulin,
which is needed to help the body transform sugar to energy. The more common Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body builds up resistance to insulin, which then interferes with the body’s ability to process sugar.
Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S., and the condition can lead to heart disease, foot problems, stroke, kidney disease, eye disease and some skin conditions. The disease’s symptoms are difficult to detect, and the best way to monitor for diabetes is with a
blood test prescribed by your doctor.
The Diabetic Clinic at Froedtert South employs a team of doctors, nurse educators, clinical pharmacists, dieticians and social workers. The clinic educates and supports patients with diabetes by helping with:
The Diabetic Clinic treats patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and with gestational diabetes. It offers an insulin pump program.
The clinic provides complete evaluation and treatment for all diabetic conditions and their complications for patients of any age. Our specialists work closely with the family physician and send full reports after each visit.
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Use the tests below to find out if you are at risk for diabetes.
Our clinic is certified by the American Diabetes Association. For our patients, what that means is that you can count on receiving the most up to date information and guidance in managing your diabetes to optimal health.
Kenosha Medical Center
6334 Eighth Avenue, Kenosha
Clinic Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday
Donna Swanson RN, CDE
Renee Andrews RD
Kathy Dziubinski-Boarini RN
Linda Hawkins RN
Brenna Sunderland-Saied RD