Rawlins County Health Center offers people with diabetes (PWD) and their families a complete program to help them understand the disease process of diabetes. We also provide the knowledge and basic tools for diabetes care including healthy eating, being active, monitoring, taking medication, problem solving, healthy coping, and reducing risks.
All of these services are provided by RCHC health professionals including a registered nurse/certified diabetes educator, and a registered dietitian/certified diabetes educator.
Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas, and most other major health insurance carriers provide coverage for these services.
Meet our Diabetes Professionals
Diane M. Sis, RN, CDE
Diane Sis, RN, CDE, is a native of Rawlins County, KS, and has been a registered nurse for 30 years. A graduate of Wesley School of Nursing, Wichita, KS, she returned to Rawlins County when she married her husband, Michael, a life-long farmer. Diane has worked as a Hospital Staff Nurse, Nursing Home Consultant and Staff Nurse, and more recently Clinic Nurse. Since 2004, she has also taught Diabetes Education at the Rawlins County Health Center Clinic on a weekly basis. She obtained her Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) credential in November, 2009, and teams with providers to help individuals achieve and maintain blood sugar control through education, diet, exercise, medication, and monitoring of blood sugars. “I teach healthy life habits to achieve blood sugar control and strive to form a team for patients to empower them with a sense of control and freedom in their diabetes management.” Diane enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren, helping her husband farm and ranch, playing piano, gardening, and coaching gymnastics.
Contact us today to learn more about our diabetes clinic and services.