Diabetes Self-Management Education* and Support Program

Cucamonga Valley Medical Group has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association

for Quality Diabetes Self-Management Education* and Support.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 out of every 10 Americans has diabetes.

At CVMG, your health is our top priority and we’re focused on making sure you can experience big milestones, sweet little moments, and everything in between.

In addition to the care our team provides when patients visit our clinics, we’re committed to providing you with the resources and information you need to live a healthy life. It’s for this reason among many we’re pleased to introduce our Diabetes Self-Management Education* and Support Program.

Adults 18 and over who are living with diabetes, have been newly-diagnosed, have uncontrolled symptoms, or want to make major changes to reduce or eliminate the need for medications are welcome.

This is a monthly program and each class series consists of seven, one-hour sessions that are available in English and Spanish. The educators are Noé Lopez, FNP-C, Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist and Sabrina Tupuivao, Community Health Educator.

Classes will initially be held via Zoom.

These classes are designed to provide participants with the information needed to make better, more informed decisions regarding their diabetes diagnosis.

For Noé Lopez, a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner at Cucamonga Valley Medical Group, diabetes is more than a disease that affects just over one in ten Americans. It is a disease that strikes hard at his patients as well as members of the Hispanic community, including friends and family.

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New Series Starting Monthly

Available in both English
and Spanish

Talk to your provider today.

Email us at patienteducation@cvmgdocs.com or call The CVMG Health and Wellness Resource Center at 909-283-0660 for more information on how to sign up.

 

 
 

Future Series

Our next English series will begin on January 6, 2022 from 6PM-7PM.

Our next Spanish series will begin on January 4, 2022 from 5PM-6:30PM.

Each series will contain seven, one-hour sessions.

Our Educators

For Noé Lopez, a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner at Cucamonga Valley Medical Group, diabetes is more than a disease that affects just over one in ten Americans. It is a disease that strikes hard at his patients as well as members of the Hispanic community, including friends and family.

Noé Lopez FNP-C,
Certified Diabetes Care
& Education Specialist

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Sabrina Tupuivao,
Community Health
Educator

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About CVMG

At Cucamonga Valley Medical Group (CVMG), patients are treated like family. We embody excellence in all we do by providing compassionate care and services that address a patient’s total health including, pediatric care, preventative medicine, adult care, acute care, chronic conditions, and mental health. Since 2006, we have been providing quality health care across our multiple locations in the Inland Empire. Keeping you healthy is our biggest priority, so you can love and live your life to the fullest.