Primary Children's Diabetes Clinic and diabetes self-management education program provide ongoing comprehensive interdisciplinary education and specialized care to children and adolescents with diabetes type 1 or type 2, and their families.

Our diabetes self-management education program has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for meeting national standards for providing diabetes education to patients and their families.


Conditions We Treat

We treat all forms of pediatric diabetes including: 
  • Type 1 Diabetes
  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • CF-related diabetes
  • Steroid-induced diabetes
  • Post-pancreatic diabetes
  • Rare genetic forms of diabetes  

Patient Resources


Resources for patients and families, including tracking sheets, educational handouts and useful presentations.

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Support Groups and Therapy 

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What to Expect in Diabetes Clinic


After diagnosis, your child will be seen in the diabetes clinic. Here's what to expect. 

New Onset Class

Following diagnosis, you will attend the new onset class, which is held every Friday morning for 2 - 3 hours. During the class, you will receive more in-depth information in regards to diabetes and meet individually with a diabetes education and other team members.

Initial Clinic Visit

You will attend your first clinic visit about 4 - 6 weeks following diagnosis. During this visit you will meet with a physician, social worker and a certified diabetes educator. This initial visit will take longer than most clinic visits, plan to be in clinic for 2 - 3 hours.

Follow Up

Patients will have regular follow-up appointments as recommended by a prescriber, usually appointments are every 3 months. These appointments usually last about 60 minutes.

Check in for all appointments at the Primary Children's Eccles Outpatient Building, level 3, station 7.


Dexcom Class


We offer a class to orient newly diagnosed patients with the Dexcom device. Patients must be scheduled for the class ahead of time. To register for a class, please call 801-213-3599 and select option 1. 

Click here to view the current class schedule


Back to School - DMMO


Public and private schools require Diabetes Medical Management Orders (DMMO) from your provider in order to care for your child's diabetes at school. This form can be filled out by our office and faxed to the school at the beginning of the school year. Please contact our office to have this done. You will need the school's name and fax number when you call. It his helpful to do this 2 - 4 weeks before school starts.

Download the form: DMMO (Diabetes Medical Management Orders for school)

Diabetes Emergency Action Plan

Information for Teachers

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Care Team


Meet the team of doctors, nurses and other caregivers that you'll interact with in the diabetes clinic

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Primary Children's Hospital Diabetes Clinic

Open today: 9am-4pm
3rd floor, Please check in at the security desk on the 1st floor for directions to the clinic