HDH holds 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza


Highland District Hospital’s Diabetes & You Program hosted its 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza on Nov. 15, raising awareness for diabetes prevention. The event was attended by over 80 community members who either have the disease or have loved ones who are affected by diabetes, and offered attendees vendor booths with educational information covering all aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment. The vendors included in the event were HDH Professional Services Corp., Highland Health Providers, HDH Foundation, Home Health Services of HDH, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Buckeye Family Eye Clinic, Highland County Family YMCA, Kroger, Genesis, and the Highland County Health Department. A carb-friendly meal was provided by the HDH Nutrition Services Department and was served by HDH employees. The speaker for the evening was Peggy Brausch, certified nurse practitioner and certified diabetic educator from Highland Family Medicine, who presented information about how to live and cope with diabetes and navigate changes in health care surrounding diabetes. Hills and Dales Learning Center served as host for the event. For more information regarding the HDH Diabetes & You Program, call 937-840-6674.

Highland District Hospital’s Diabetes & You Program hosted its 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza on Nov. 15, raising awareness for diabetes prevention. The event was attended by over 80 community members who either have the disease or have loved ones who are affected by diabetes, and offered attendees vendor booths with educational information covering all aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment. The vendors included in the event were HDH Professional Services Corp., Highland Health Providers, HDH Foundation, Home Health Services of HDH, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Buckeye Family Eye Clinic, Highland County Family YMCA, Kroger, Genesis, and the Highland County Health Department. A carb-friendly meal was provided by the HDH Nutrition Services Department and was served by HDH employees. The speaker for the evening was Peggy Brausch, certified nurse practitioner and certified diabetic educator from Highland Family Medicine, who presented information about how to live and cope with diabetes and navigate changes in health care surrounding diabetes. Hills and Dales Learning Center served as host for the event. For more information regarding the HDH Diabetes & You Program, call 937-840-6674.


Highland District Hospital’s Diabetes & You Program hosted its 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza on Nov. 15, raising awareness for diabetes prevention. The event was attended by over 80 community members who either have the disease or have loved ones who are affected by diabetes, and offered attendees vendor booths with educational information covering all aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment. The vendors included in the event were HDH Professional Services Corp., Highland Health Providers, HDH Foundation, Home Health Services of HDH, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Buckeye Family Eye Clinic, Highland County Family YMCA, Kroger, Genesis, and the Highland County Health Department. A carb-friendly meal was provided by the HDH Nutrition Services Department and was served by HDH employees. The speaker for the evening was Peggy Brausch, certified nurse practitioner and certified diabetic educator from Highland Family Medicine, who presented information about how to live and cope with diabetes and navigate changes in health care surrounding diabetes. Hills and Dales Learning Center served as host for the event. For more information regarding the HDH Diabetes & You Program, call 937-840-6674.

Highland District Hospital’s Diabetes & You Program hosted its 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza on Nov. 15, raising awareness for diabetes prevention. The event was attended by over 80 community members who either have the disease or have loved ones who are affected by diabetes, and offered attendees vendor booths with educational information covering all aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment. The vendors included in the event were HDH Professional Services Corp., Highland Health Providers, HDH Foundation, Home Health Services of HDH, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Buckeye Family Eye Clinic, Highland County Family YMCA, Kroger, Genesis, and the Highland County Health Department. A carb-friendly meal was provided by the HDH Nutrition Services Department and was served by HDH employees. The speaker for the evening was Peggy Brausch, certified nurse practitioner and certified diabetic educator from Highland Family Medicine, who presented information about how to live and cope with diabetes and navigate changes in health care surrounding diabetes. Hills and Dales Learning Center served as host for the event. For more information regarding the HDH Diabetes & You Program, call 937-840-6674.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2016/11/web1_Diabetes-pic.jpgHighland District Hospital’s Diabetes & You Program hosted its 11th annual Diabetes Extravaganza on Nov. 15, raising awareness for diabetes prevention. The event was attended by over 80 community members who either have the disease or have loved ones who are affected by diabetes, and offered attendees vendor booths with educational information covering all aspects of the disease from diagnosis to treatment. The vendors included in the event were HDH Professional Services Corp., Highland Health Providers, HDH Foundation, Home Health Services of HDH, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly, Buckeye Family Eye Clinic, Highland County Family YMCA, Kroger, Genesis, and the Highland County Health Department. A carb-friendly meal was provided by the HDH Nutrition Services Department and was served by HDH employees. The speaker for the evening was Peggy Brausch, certified nurse practitioner and certified diabetic educator from Highland Family Medicine, who presented information about how to live and cope with diabetes and navigate changes in health care surrounding diabetes. Hills and Dales Learning Center served as host for the event. For more information regarding the HDH Diabetes & You Program, call 937-840-6674.