Other Clinical Services

Northern California Diabetes Institute 1850 Sullivan Avenue, Suite 150, Daly City
(650) 991-6607
Fax: (650) 6696
Monday – Thursday | 8 am – 4:30 pm
Friday | 8 am – 12 pm
Closed from 1 pm – 2 pm
MD referral necessary

The program is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Patient empowerment and self-care is the primary focus of the dedicated Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. Diabetes Support Group offered the second Tuesday of every month (except December) from 3 pm – 4 pm, Suite 190 1850 Sullivan Avenue.

Cholesterol & Diabetes Screening

1900 Sullivan Ave., Daly City
Laboratory – First Floor
Second Sunday of each month
7 am – 11:30 am
(650) 991-6466

Low-cost lipid panel and diabetes screening. An 8-hour fast is required. No physician order needed. Results will be mailed to you. $25 fee.

Diabetes Meter Instruction Clinic
By appointment only
(650) 991-6607

Free instruction in all aspects of glucose meters. Physician prescription needed for meters.

Living Healthy With Diabetes
Morning and afternoon classes available
Call for schedule
(650) 991-6607

Comprehensive training in diabetes self-management.

Diabetes Support Group
Second Tuesday of each month
(except December) | 3 pm – 4 pm
(650) 991-6607

Free support group for individuals with diabetes.

Early Detection: Diabetes

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Early detection and disease prevention

  • Timely screenings are a key to early detection. These Health Screening Guidelines outline recommended screenings.
  • We also know that inactivity contributes to disease. These Physical Activity Guidelines outline recommended activity guidelines for everyone – for Children & Adolescents (Ages 6-17), Adults (Ages 18-64) and Older Adults (64 and over).

IMPORTANT: This information is provided as a community service. It is not intended as medical advice. Contact your personal physician about your individual health care needs and for advice about starting a new exercise program.