Noted physicians Dr. Thomas Baudo, Retina Ophthalmologist, Dr. Nicholas Rutledge, Podiatrist, and Dr. Deborah Brown, Family Medicine, will be featured speakers during the 6th annual Diabetes Head-to-Toe Symposium scheduled Friday, January 18th at the First Presbyterian Church in Vero Beach.
In addition to specialty physicians, the symposium will also feature a presentation by certified diabetes educator, Colleen Symanski, RN.
Organizers Cindi Green, RN, of Florida Eye Institute, Colleen Symanski, RN, CDE, founder of A Healthier Me®, and Susan Long, RN, MSW, Faith Community Nurse for First Presbyterian Church have coordinated the informative event along with a host of community partners.
“This is our 6th year spearheading the symposium,” says Green, of Florida Eye Institute, “and we’re happy to say that it gets better every year! Attendees gain a better understanding of diabetes from medical experts and come away with real-life tips to stay healthy.”
Colleen Symanski, RN, Certified Diabetes Educator and founder of A Healthier Me, agrees. “The symposium is perfect for those overwhelmed with managing their diabetes. People are amazed with the local resources that are here to help.”
Susan Long, RN, MSW, Faith Community Nurse for First Presbyterian Church adds, “We’re excited to host the diabetes symposium again this year in our state-of-the-art community center. There will be lots of health screenings and information for attendees. And best of all – the event is free!”
Diabetes Head-to-Toe is scheduled Friday, January 18th at First Presbyterian Church in Vero Beach from 8:30 -12:30 PM. Guests are encouraged to register early as space is limited. Call Florida Eye Institute to RSVP 772-569-9500 for more information.