Diabetes Individual and Group Education/Training

Registered dietitians and nurses certified in diabetes care and education specialty are available for one-on-one consultations to help you determine the best plan of action to manage your diabetes. They also work with individuals who have been diagnosed with prediabetes, giving them diet and exercise recommendations that may delay or prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes.

To schedule an appointment, please call Exeter Hospital's Central Scheduling at 603-580-6966 or our office at 603-926-9131.

All appointments are located at HealthReach Diabetes, Endocrine & Nutrition Center, 881 Lafayette Road, Suites G & H, in Hampton.

Most insurance carriers will cover the cost of individual diabetes education; contact your insurance company prior to making an appointment.

For more information, please call the HealthReach Diabetes, Endocrine & Nutrition Center at 603-926-9131.

HealthReach Diabetes Group Education

Diabetes Group Education gives you skills to self-manage your diabetes for LIFE. Diabetes Group Education classes are offered at 881 Layfayette Road in Hampton, on the Exeter Hospital Campus and at 127 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, NH.

Click here for details about the Group Education classes and schedule.


This video from Exeter Hospital's HealthReach Diabetes team will explain what Gestational Diabetes is, how it is diagnosed and how it is managed.


Diabetes Kickstart

Diabetes Kickstart is an animated video series created to help increase referrals and access to DSMES services, such as HealthReach Diabetes. 

Ready to learn the basics of managing diabetes?

Did you know that people who receive diabetes education have a lower hemoglobin A1C?

They also have a lower risk of diabetes-related health complications and depression. Diabetes education saves you time, saves you money, and enhances your quality of life.

These 7 animated videos will show you the self-care steps you need to get started managing diabetes.

Watch them in any order—they all include tips and strategies you can use right now.

Then ask your doctor for a referral to diabetes self-management education and support (DSMES), such as HealthReach Diabetes,  to learn in-depth skills and get support to live your healthiest life.

Learn more about Diabetes Kickstart.

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