Humans normally control blood sugar (glucose) within a narrow range.  After eating, the pancreas produces a hormone called insulin to help transport glucose from the bloodstream to tissues in the body which require energy (e.g. muscle). Diabetes mellitus is a condition where the body is unable to control sugar levels, either because the pancreas does not produce insulin or cannot produce enough to keep glucose levels in check.

The main aim of the diabetes clinic is to provide patients with information and education, assess for complications, and ensure appropriate treatment of diabetes they require to effectively manage their diabetes.

Key Features

  • Experienced & Dedicated Team
  • Advanced equipped Laboratory support for evaluation
  • Multidisciplinary team approach for any complication
  • Nutritionist & Physiotherapist counseling


  • Blood Sugar Control
  • Physical activities & Dietary Advice to control Blood Sugar
  • Monitor Blood sugar related complication ( Hypertension )
  • Checking for protein in the urine.
  • Foot examination to ensure there are no problems with sensation or blood supply.
  • Eye screening (by retinal photography) to detect any early signs of eye complications (known as retinopathy).
  • Awareness program