Diabetes In Grampian

Information and links for local services and resources for diabetic patients and their carers can be found on the new Diabetes In Grampian website:


Patients with Type 2 Diabetes will usually be offered at least one appointment a year for a check up at the practice. The diabetic clinics are led by the practice nurses and supported by the GPs. 

Patients with Type 1 Diabetes are usually seen by the hospital diabetic clinic.

My Diabetes My Way

Did you know you can now see and manage your own diabetes results and treatment plan online? 

Visit https://mydiabetesmyway.scot.nhs.uk/ to register or log in. 


Prediabetes is when your blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be considered in the diabetes range. It can also be called 'impaired glucose tolerance' or 'impaired fasting glucose'. 

It may seem reassuring that you do not have diabetes but it does increase the likelihood of going on to develop diabetes. The good news is that you can reduce the risk of diabetes if you can improve your diet, do more exercise and lose weight.

For more information and support, please visit the Diabetes In Grampian website: https://www.nhsgrampiandiabetes.scot.nhs.uk/prediabetes/ 

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