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Diabetes Clinics

Billings Clinic offers two clinics designed especially for diabetes patients. They include the Diabetes Clinic and the Pregnancy Diabetes Clinic.

Pregnancy Diabetes Clinic

Department of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Diabetes is the most common medical complication of pregnancy. Gestational diabetes occurs when a woman develops high blood sugar during pregnancy.

The Pregnancy Diabetes Clinic combines the services of dietetics and nutrition, nurse education, and physician experience. When patients are referred, they will have the opportunity to visit with certified diabetes educators, a dietitian and our maternal-fetal medicine specialist at the same time in the same place. Care will be coordinated for the benefit of the patient.

If patients are referred for assistance with diabetes, they will still continue to see their primary obstetrician or family physician for obstetric care and delivery.

Appropriate patients for referral include:

  • Non-pregnant patients with diabetes considering pregnancy, for pre-pregnancy counseling
  • Pregnant patients with diabetes, whether Type I or Type II
  • Newly diagnosed patients with gestational diabetes

For more information, contact:

Billings Location

Billings Clinic Diabetes Clinic

406-238-5523
1-800-325-1774

Bozeman Location

Bozeman OB/GYN
925 Highland Boulevard
Bozeman, MT 59715

406-587-9202
1-866-587-9202.

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Locations

Upcoming Events

  • Jan
    15
    Tuesday
    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    This one hour session will provide you the information you need to see if Lifestyle Balance is right for you. The 12 month journey will begin the end of January.Lifestyle Balance is the National Diabetes Prevention Program focusing on reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes through losing weight and becoming more active. The first 16 weeks you will meet weekly, followed by bi monthly and monthly sessions. The program is 12 months in duration.
  • Jan
    22
    Tuesday
    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    This one hour session will provide you the information you need to see if Lifestyle Balance is right for you. The 12 month journey will begin the end of January.Lifestyle Balance is the National Diabetes Prevention Program focusing on reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes through losing weight and becoming more active. The first 16 weeks you will meet weekly, followed by bi monthly and monthly sessions. The program is 12 months in duration.
  • Mar
    7
    Thursday
    4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    One-hour, weekly sessions for four weeks that focus on increasing awareness and understanding of emotional eating, alternatives to feeding your emotions, and developing an action plan with new strategies for managing emotions.