Diabetes Eye Screening Programs
Learn more about Diabetes Eye Screening Programs at Chelsea HealthCare Center Revere HealthCare Center.
151 and 100 Everett Avenue
Chelsea, MA 02150
email MGH Chelsea DSME/S Program
DSME | Revere Health Center
300 Ocean Avenue
Revere, MA 02151
email MGH Revere DSME/S Program
Public Transportation Access:yes
Disabled Access: yes
People with diabetes should have their eyes checked once a year for complications related to their disease. Chelsea HealthCare Center and Revere HealthCare Center make it easy for our patients with diabetes to get their eyes checked at the same place they receive their primary care.Referrals
Patients must have a referral from their Primary Care Physician to make an appointment for an eye screening.
Referrals for Chelsea Health Center may be faxed to: 617-887-3704.Cost
Most insurance covers this eye screening. However it is the patient's responsibility to check with their insurance their insurance company to confirm coverage.
Related Conditions The Diabetes Unit encourages patients and family members to learn more about their condition. The links below provide more infomation about how diabetes may affect vision.
Type 1 diabetes may also be known by a variety of other names, including the following: insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), juvenile diabetes, brittle diabetes, or sugar diabetes.
Diabetic eye disease refers to a group of eye problems that may occur in persons with diabetes as a complication.
Type 1 diabetes may also be known by a variety of other names, including the following: insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), juvenile diabetes, brittle diabetes, and sugar diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes is a metabolic disorder resulting from the body's inability to make enough, or to properly use, insulin.
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