At Intermountain, we perform focused exams and obtain a focused clinical history specifically relating to your diabetes. We monitor and help to manage complications and risk factors that may affect your health. We are interested in preventing problems and generally have regular follow-ups with you about every 3 to 6 months. 

Our expertise is specific to diabetes and specialize in insulin management, pumps and sensors, and oral glucose lowering medications. We also screen, monitor and/or treat co-morbid problems often associated with diabetes, including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obstructive sleep apnea, kidney disease, retinal eye disease, etc. Flu and other vaccines are part of our services to protect you from preventable illnesses. We also have a clinical pharmacist on staff that can quickly take care of any medication needs that may arise.

Labs We Perform

  • Blood Glucose
  • A1c Test - checks average blood glucose over three months
  • Urine creatinine Albumin ration (UACR) – check for kidney disease.

Blood Glucose Testing

Two types of test can be used to diagnose and keep track of blood glucose, including the HbA1c test done by your doctor and the fasting plasma glucose test (FPG).
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Diabetes Care Action Plan

Learn more about the role a diabetic plays in his or her diabetic treatment plan. 


Prediabetes Program

Prediabetes is a condition where you have more sugar (also called glucose) in your blood than normal—but not so much that you can be diagnosed with diabetes. There’s a lot you can do to decrease your blood sugar and reduce your risk of getting diabetes.