Diabetes & Nutrition

Services and Support 

Lakeland Diabetes and Nutrition We have a dedicated team that includes both registered dietitians (RD) and registered nurses (RN). Our certified diabetes educators (CDE) specialize in the care of patients with diabetes. We work closely with your healthcare provider to best meet your needs. 

Lakeland Diabetes and Nutrition provides quality care for many diseases and conditions, from infancy to older adulthood including:

  • Cancer Care
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Diabetes: type 1, type 2, gestational, pre-diabetes
  • Eating disorders
  • Errors of metabolism
  • Food allergies
  • Gastrointestinal disorders: celiac disease, cirrhosis, Crohn’s disease
  • Hypertension (high blood pressure)
  • Intensive behavioral therapy (IBT)
  • Kidney disease
  • Pediatrics: infant/child feeding, failure-to-thrive
  • Preventive nutrition and meal planning
  • Weight management/obesity
  • Women’s health: osteoporosis, anemia

Insurance and Billing

Services are covered by most insurance companies depending on the diagnosis. A physician referral is required for most services. Payment is expected at the time of service for patients with no insurance coverage. If you have questions about our services, or would like to schedule an appointment, please call (269) 556-2868


Center for Outpatient Services, St. Joseph
3900 Hollywood Road
St. Joseph, MI 49085

Lakeland Hospital, Niles
31 N. St. Joseph Avenue
Niles, MI 49120

Lakeland Hospital, Watervliet
400 Medical Park Drive, Suite #200
Watervliet, MI 49098

 What our clients say about Lakeland Diabetes and Nutrition:

“After a year of researching and applying my own methods in an effort to be healthier through nutrition, I hit a discouraging plateau. It wasn’t until I began working with registered dietitian, Monique Miller, that I began to achieve renewed results towards my goals. Trusting Monique’s easy to understand advice on healthy eating has reinvigorated my efforts as I move towards achieving optimal health.” - Steve Adler

“When I was admitted from the ER for an emergent gallbladder removal, I was found to be diabetic. My A1c was over 16% and I had no idea. The care manager in the hospital communicated with my primary care provider and I was referred to Lakeland Diabetes and Nutrition. In a matter of 3 months, my blood sugar was at normal levels. I learned so much and had the support I needed during such a scary time. I am so grateful to have regained my health and know how to manage my diabetes.” – Sylvie A.

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