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Diabetes education

The Welia Health diabetes education team is nationally recognized in diabetes self-management. We encourage people living with diabetes to take part in educational opportunities to further their knowledge and refine the skills and abilities needed to manage diabetes.

Our diabetes providers

Carly Gahler, RN, BSN
Carly Gahler, RN, BSN, CDCES

Diabetes education

Where I practice

Mora, Hinckley, Pine City

Alyssa Mattson
Alyssa Mattson, RN, BSN

Diabetes education

Where I practice


Our team is here to help you and your family learn how to care for diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2. Our educators will work with you to establish individual goals so you can feel better and reduce your risks of developing diabetes-related complications. Throughout our care, we keep your preferences, needs and values in mind.

Our Diabetes Self-Management Education program has been recognized by the American Diabetes Association for Quality Self-Management Education and Support.

Please check with your insurance provider to confirm that diabetes education is covered by your plan and to determine if a referral from your primary care provider is required.

Explore Diabetes education

Basics for living with type 2 diabetes support groupPre-diabetes educationContinuous glucose monitor trainingInsulin pump training and management One-on-one educational sessions for type 1, type 2, pre-diabetes and gestational diabetesDexcom continuous professional monitoring
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What patients are asking about Diabetes education

How can I find out if I'm at risk for diabetes?

There’s a simple way to find out if you’re at risk for type 2 diabetes: the American Diabetes Association online quiz. Just seven basic health questions can assess your risk.

Remember, only your doctor can determine if you have prediabetes or type 2 diabetes. Talk to your provider to see if you need additional testing. The good news is that can manage your risk for type 2 diabetes. Small steps make a big difference in helping you to live a longer, healthier life.

Where can I find additional resources about living with diabetes?
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Where we provide Diabetes education

Welia Health Mora exterior
Mora Hospital

301 Highway 65 S
Mora MN 55051-1899

Full service critical access hospital

24 hours/7 days a week

Dial 911 for medical emergencies

Patients in the waiting room at the Mora Clinic
Mora Clinic

301 Highway 65 S
Mora MN 55051-1899

Primary and specialty care for patients in Mora and surrounding communities.

7:30am–5pm | Mon–Fri
8am–1pm | Sat

Entrance to Welia Health-Pine City
Pine City Clinic

1425 Main St N
Pine City MN 55063-6026

Primary and specialty care for patients in Pine City and surrounding communities.

8am–5pm | Mon–Fri

Building sign for Welia Health Hinckley with clinic in background
Hinckley Clinic

620 Sandy Ln
Hinckley MN 55037

Primary and specialty care for patients in Hinckley and surrounding communities.

8am–5pm | Mon–Fri

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