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Joslin Diabetes Center

Joslin Diabetes Center – an affiliate of Harvard Medical School – is the national leader in clinical care, treatment and research related to diabetes and its complications. Joslin was founded more than 100 years ago and is the nation’s largest institution dedicated exclusively to diabetes.

Researchers at Joslin are searching for a cure for diabetes and working to help people with diabetes lead longer and healthier lives.

Our Goal

To play a significant role in providing comprehensive care in order to improve the lives of our patients with diabetes.

Our Team

Kirit Tolia, MD, FACP, FACE
• Chief of Endocrinology, Providence Hospital
• Endocrinology/Diabetology
• Clinical Assoc. Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University

For more information, click Endocrinology - Tolia

Suchitra Zambare, MD
Mary Jo Richard, NP
Nurse Practitioner

Our Locations

Joslin Diabetes Center
Providence Pavillion
22255 Greenfield Suite 400
Southfield, MI 48075
248-849-4880 phone
248-849-4881 fax

Joslin Diabetes Center
Providence Park - Outpatient Services Building
47601 Grand River Ave Suite 218
Novi, MI 48374
(248) 465-4010 phone
(248) 465-4011 fax

Our Multidisciplinary Approach

We take a multidisciplinary approach to diabetes care – working to play a significant role in improving the lives of patients with diabetes.


Our team includes:
• Board Certified Endocrinologists
• Certified Diabetes Educators
• Registered Dieticians
• Clinical Support Staff
• Adult Nurse Practitioner

Our specialized services include:
• Multidisciplinary  team approach to care and education
• Physician consultation
• Group and individual education related to diabetes and nutrition
• Medication management including insulin starts
• Continuous Glucose Monitoring System
• Insulin Pump Therapy
• Gestational Diabetes Education Series

Diabetes Facts

  • More than 20 million Americans have diabetes.
  • Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and the third leading cause among some minority groups.
  • Approximately 65 percent of people with diabetes are at an increased risk for complications such as stroke or heart attack.
  • Diabetes is treatable.
  • Today, there are more options for treating diabetes than ever before.
  • Lifestyle changes acquired through education can have a positive impact on diabetes management.

We have been recognized by the American Diabetes Association in accordance with the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs.

Click here to learn more about St. John Health diabetes education programs

Learn more about Joslin Diabetes Center at www.joslin.org


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