Mobile Diabetes

We help patients understand and work through aspects of their diabetes. Nurses with specialist knowledge and training in diabetes deliver our diabetes clinic across Northern BC, and meet one-to-one with patients 

About the program

During an appointment, we assess the feet and eyes and collect blood and urine samples to evaluate the health of organs most often affected by diabetes. After each appointment, patients receive a copy of their results and we send a report to their primary care provider. Patients across Northern BC have benefited from these services for many years.

Our team includes a Diabetes Nurse Educator, a Vision Technician, and a Manager who collaborate with Diabetes experts across the province. 


Who we serve

We serve individuals from our member nations living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. However, we encourage all adults and children from any age in the lifecycle to get tested for Diabetes when the Mobile Diabetes Telemedicine Clinic comes to your community.

Remember, people of Indigenous descent are at a higher risk when it comes to developing Diabetes. We recommend that you get tested regularly Services at the clinics are offered free-of-charge. The clinics provide a great way to learn more about Diabetes and how you can manage your blood sugar (glucose levels).

Take a look at our brochure here


Services we offer

  • Laboratory testing
  • Screening and assessment
  • Counselling
  • Diabetes technology services
  • Endocrinologist consultation
  • On going follow up via telehealth

Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

You could be suffering from Diabetes if you have noticed these symptoms:

  • You're very thirsty all the time
  • You need to urinate (pee) often
  • You lose or gain weight without trying
  • You feel very tired all the time
  • Your eyes seem blurry
  • You get infections often
  • Your cuts and bruises heal slowly
  • Your hands and feet have tingling, pain, burning, or no feeling at all.

November is Diabetes Awareness month, read more about how you can prevent diabetes and help support those living with this disease

We are always looking for nurses to join our health services team at CSFS, for more information about job opportunities, please check out our careers page.

Contact Us

Prince George Office

987 4thAvenue
Prince George, BC
V2L 3H7

Telephone: 250-562-3591
Toll Free: 1-866-899-6855
Fax: 250-562-2272


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