Health program at GHS to help diabetics
GREENVILLE, S.C. – (WSPA) – This year the Greenville Health System started a new program that will help county residents become healthier.
It’s part of a new initiative called “Healthy Greenville 2036”.
The goal is to make Greenville County the healthiest county in the state by 2036.
The new program aims to help those who have diabetes.
For those with Diabetes there will be 16 sessions available to the community.
This program is only open to Greenville County residents.
The first cohort started in March 2018 and wrapped in June with successful results according to GHS.
July 10th is the first day to register for the next cohort.
The registration ends on July 24th.
In the classes Diabetes educators will teach you how to portion your meal and what to eat as well as exercise tips among other things.
GHS officials also say the group setting helps those struggling with diabetes lean on each other through this process.
If you are interested in being part of this program you can call (864) 455-4003.