Nationally Certified Diabetes Education

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At Star Valley Health, it is our mission to encourage our community to pursue the best health possible.  For many, this entails education on diet, exercise, stress relief, medication managements and much more.

Our Diabetes Education Classes cover all the necessary topics in a casual yet knowledgeable way in order to keep patients engaged and learning.  This nine week class allows time for patients to implement the information they learn and address any difficulties before the class ends. Star Valley Health’s Diabetes Education Program is certified and is the only weekly comprehensive course taught be a Registered Dietitian, Registered Nurse, and a Pharmacist.

Who should take this class?

  • Anyone newly diagnosed with diabetes.
  • Any diabetic who is experiencing a change in current health conditions or a change in diabetes management.
  • Any diabetic who is new to the area and establishing care.
  • Any diabetic, annually, to keep up with changes and stay ahead of your disease.

Will my insurance cover the cost of this class?

Medicare/Medicaid covers the cost of diabetes self-management education both in the first year of diagnosis, and annually for continuing support.  Most private insurance companies have similar coverage, so be sure to contact your insurance provider to check.

Do I need a referral?

A referral from your healthcare provider is preferred for all participants, and it is required for all Medicare/Medicaid participants.

How do I sign up?

For course times and locations, call Troy Bailey at 307-885-5932 or email him at

Can I get a brochure?

Absolutely!  Please click here to download a printable PDF brochure of this information.

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