Damilola Ashorobi, MDEndocrinology
Marilyn Arosemena Coronel, MDEndocrinology
Marzieh Salehi, MDEndocrinology
Depend on knowledgeable doctors and certified diabetes care and education specialists at University Health to help you manage your diabetes. You can feel better, make healthy choices and reduce your risk for health complications.
Top Doctors, Personalized Care
Trust an endocrinologist at University Health for care because they have thorough training in hormone conditions and the newest and best treatments.
Early Detection and Support
If you have risk factors or diabetes symptoms, look to us for help. Find diabetes early and get treatment to prevent its progression.
Tailored Care Plans
You are the director of your diabetes health care team. You will make choices about your diet, exercise and medications, and monitor your blood sugar. When you work with University Health, you are not alone. Lean on us for diabetes care, education and treatment. We will help you thrive.
Care for Diabetes-Associated Health Problems
Rely on a specialized care team to diagnose and provide all the supportive care you need to reduce future health problems. Control diabetes-related conditions such as eye, kidney and nerve problems with proper glucose management and regular exams and tests. If you have diabetes, you are at higher risk for:
- Amputation of toes, feet or legs
- Heart disease
- Kidney failure
Diabetes Patient Education
Learn to live your best life with diabetes through our American Diabetes Association recognized education and support program. You’ll benefit from our Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist’s (CDCES) knowledge and training.
Look forward to working with your CDCES to create a plan that fits your lifestyle, beliefs and culture. Your educator’s goal is to make your work of managing diabetes easier. Get support to make healthy behavior changes and learn coping skills to improve your quality of life.
Find classes to help empower you to manage your diabetes effectively and reduce health complications. Your options include:
Register for a Diabetes Education Class
Ask your doctor for a referral to a diabetes education class at University Health’s Texas Diabetes Institute. Call 210-358-7100 for more information about signing up.
Diabetes in San Antonio
The number of people with prediabetes and diabetes is growing at a fast rate in Texas and Bexar County. The most recent figures show that more than 14% of Bexar County residents have diabetes. This percentage is higher than the state average of 11.4% and higher than the national average of 10.5%.
Community Diabetes Prevention
The Texas Diabetes Institute assists people in San Antonio and communities throughout South Texas and beyond with diabetes and related health problems.
Our focus is on helping you improve your health through diet, physical activity and support.
Partnering with the San Antonio Food Bank in 2016, the Texas Diabetes Institute restored its community garden to produce foods for healthy cooking demonstrations.