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Diabetes - South East

Type 1 diabetes, usually diagnosed in children, occurs when the pancreas is unable to produce insulin. Insulin is an essential body requirement that ensures body energy needs are met. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the body does not effectively use the insulin that is produced. Type 2 diabetes usually develops in adulthood. A third type of diabetes, gestational diabetes, is a temporary condition that occurs during pregnancy.

See also Diabetes Education Programs.

 
These services serve all or part of South East
Diabetes Canada - Eastern and South Ontario Regional Leadership Centre  
885 Meadowlands Dr E, Suite 300, Ottawa, ON  K2C 3N2
1‑800‑Banting ( 226‑8464 )
Diabetes Canada - Hastings and Price Edward Branch  
Bay View Mall - Crossroads To Care, 470 Dundas St E, Unit 63, Belleville, ON  K8N 1G1
613‑962‑6520
Doctor Conway, James R - General Practitioner - Diabetes Clinic  
218 Percy St, Smiths Falls, ON  K7A 4W8
613‑284‑0145
Hotel Dieu Hospital Site - Kingston Health Sciences Centre - Children's Outpatient Centre - Brock Street - Paediatric Diabetes Education and Management - Brock St  
Jeanne Mance 1, 166 Brock St, Kingston, ON  K7L 5G2
613‑544‑3310
Hotel Dieu Hospital Site - Kingston Health Sciences Centre - Diabetes Education and Management Centre - Brock St  
166 Brock St, Kingston, ON  K7L 5G2
613‑544‑3400 ext 3590
Hotel Dieu Hospital Site - Kingston Health Sciences Centre - Diabetes Education and Management Centre - Brock St - Frontenac Diabetes Education Program - Verona Clinic  
Verona Medical Centre, 6582 Hwy 38, Verona, ON  K0H 2W0
613‑544‑3400 ext 3591
Kingston Community Health Centres - Napanee Area Community Health Centre - Diabetes Education Program  
26 Dundas St W, Napanee, ON  K7R 1Z4
613‑354‑8937
Pharmasave - Brockville - Personalized Diabetes Wellness Plan  
173 King St W, Brockville, ON  K6V 3R6
613‑345‑3030

These services are located outside of South East, but provide service to South East.
Canadian Diabetes Association - National Office  
522 University Ave, Suite 1400, Toronto, ON  M5G 2R5
416‑363‑3373
Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital - Clinical Nutritional Services  
211 Lake Ave E, Carleton Place, ON  K7C 1J4
613‑257‑2200 ext 817
Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital - Diabetes Education Clinic  
211 Lake Ave E, Carleton Place, ON  K7C 1J4
613‑257‑2200 ext 817
Central East Local Health Integration Network - Home and Community Care - Scarborough Branch - Central East LHIN Self Management Program  
100 Consilium Pl, Suite 801, 8th Fl, Toronto, ON  M1H 3E3
416‑750‑2444 ext 5055
CHEO - Centre for Healthy Active Living  
Centre for Healthy Active Living, 1355 Bank St, Ste 111, Ottawa, ON  K1H 8K7
613‑260‑1477 ext 221
CHEO - Diabetes Clinic  
CHEO, 401 Smyth Rd, Clinic 19, Ottawa, ON  K1H 8L1
613‑737‑7600 ext 1909
Diabetes Canada  
522 University Ave, Suite 1400, Toronto, ON  M5G 2R5
416‑363‑3373
Diabetes Canada - Toronto - D-Camps Ontario  
522 University Ave, Ste 1400, Toronto, ON  M5G 1W7
General Inquiries 1‑800‑BANTING (1‑800‑226‑8464)
Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle  
3250 Schmon Pkwy, Unit 1B, Thorold, ON  L2V 4Y6
1‑888‑514‑1370
Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle - East Region  
873 Mississauga St, Curve Lake First Nation, ON  K0L 1R0
613‑697‑6604
JDRF - Ottawa  
343 Preston St, Ste 1152, Ottawa, ON  K1S 1N4
343‑291‑1150
National Aboriginal Diabetes Association  
90 Garry St, Unit 103, Winnipeg, MB  R3C 4H1
204‑927‑1220
North Lanark Community Health Centre  
207 Robertson Dr, Lanark, ON  K0G 1K0
613‑259‑2182
North Lanark Community Health Centre - Diabetes Program  
207 Robertson Dr, Lanark, ON  K0G 1K0
613‑259‑2182
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