Mobile Diabetes Center
The Mobile Diabetes Center is a partnership between Nebraska Methodist College and the Cornbelt Diabetes Connection, a nonprofit organization founded and largely funded by members of Cosmopolitan Int'l in Nebraska and western Iowa.
Mobile Diabetes Center Mission
The partnership works to expand and deepen community health impact by providing NMC students, faculty and alumni with an opportunity to address diabetes health issues for a variety of urban and rural populations.
Mobile Diabetes Center Goal and Objectives
Provide diabetes related health screenings in urban and rural communities
- Objective 1: Assessment
- Objective 2: Screening
- Objective 3: Education
- Objective 4: Referral
Nebraska Methodist College Mobile Diabetes Center began providing services in January of 2011. The Mobile Diabetes Center (MDC), gasoline, driver and all screening supplies are provided by the Cornbelt Federation of Cosmopolitan International. Nebraska Methodist College faculty, students and alumni staff the MDC.
We serve Nebraska and Eastern Iowa, adults and children.
Cosmopolitan International ~ Cornbelt Federation
Nebraska Methodist Health System Community Benefits Office
All services are non-diagnostic screenings and are not intended for diagnosis.
- Blood Pressure
- Height/Weight/Body Mass Index
- Self-Assessment Risk Score for Pre-Diabetes and Diabetes
- Blood Glucose
- Hemoglobin A1c
- Foot Assessment
- Flu Shots (seasonally based on availability for underserved and underinsured)
Size of the Unit