HELPING HANDS: From left, Louretta Dwyer, clinical trial manager at The AIM Centre; endocrinologist and diabetes specialist Claire Morbey; and receptionist Susan Jeffery are seeking Lake Macquarie volunteers for research to improve treatments for diabetes and associated complications.ABOUT one in 20 Hunter residents are diagnosed with diabetes.
Alarmingly, more than 60 per cent of the cases of type 2 diabetes could be avoided.
That’s where The AIM Centre, in Merewether, steps in. The AIM Centre is focused on your health.
The specialist team provides a holistic and integrated model of care for people affected by diabetes – including those at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The AIM diabetes health and management centre is a one-stop shop. It provides clients with access to endocrinologist and diabetes specialist Dr Claire Morbey, as well as an on-site exercise physiologist, psychologist, dietitian and diabetes nurse educator.
The AIM Centre also runs a range of workshops to help adults and children to understand, manage and maximise their health potential.
In addition, they contribute to ongoing research aimed at improving therapies and treatments for diabetes and associated complications, such as cardiovascular and kidney disease, by conducting clinical trials on-site.
The AIM Centre is looking for volunteers.
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Speak to your GP about a referral and the benefits of The AIM Centre’s specialised health care.
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