Endocrinology is the study of internal glands and hormones. Dr Morbey is the endocrinologist at Hunter Diabetes Centre, with her predominant area of interest being diabetes. Dr Morbey can provide consultations, diagnosis of conditions, follow-ups, hormone testing, menopause, and thyroid and diabetes care.
By choosing healthy foods and being active, you can help manage your blood glucose levels and your body weight. For example, the management of blood glucose levels for a person with type 1 diabetes requires matching the amount of insulin to the carbohydrate in the foods eaten. However, there are different types of insulin and various regimes. The dietitians at Hunter Diabetes Centre, Mel and Angela, are on hand to help you make the right food choices whilst still being able to enjoy the food you eat.
Our Diabetes Educators are credentialled health care professionals who specialise in educating people with diabetes on how to best manage their condition. Our team can give you the skills needed to help you manage your blood glucose levels and avoid long-term complications. Our educators are able to offer both practical advice and emotional support to help you understand and manage your diabetes more effectively.
Hunter Diabetes Centre also has a proactive research team, dedicated to improving medical treatments through clinical trials. Headed by Research Co-Ordinator Kate, the team runs both diabetes and non-diabetes related studies. The people who volunteer to participate in clinical trials, or studies, play an indispensable role in furthering this field of medicine.
At Hunter Diabetes Centre, our focus is to provide you with ongoing support beyond your consultation.
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