Onsite Health Programs
Diabetes Education Service
SWOSU Rural Health Center will be offering a diabetes prevention class this fall available to all faculty and staff, including the spouse/dependent on SWOSU insurance, with prediabetes or at high risk for diabetes. The class will be focused on equipping participants with prediabetes to practically and realistically change their lifestyle to help lower the risk of diabetes and other health problems. The following link is to a questionnaire that will help determine your current risk for diabetes. If your risk is high, you can request to be contacted for more information. All personal information obtained from the questionnaire will be stored in a secure manner.
An informational booth about the Diabetes Prevention Program will be set up outside the Memorial Student Center Ballroom on Friday, August 19th, from 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM. We will have information about the program, what prediabetes is, and tools to help assess your risk for diabetes. If you are unable to stop by the booth during this time and would like more information, please contact:
November 28th and 29th and December 5th
Each checkup includes lab-accurate diagnostic blood work, a full medical history, a tailored Personal Health Report and a private consultation with a board certified Catapult Nurse Practitioner – all at the workplace and in just 30 minutes. For more information, check out their website at http://www.catapulthealth.com/