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Grand Opening - Diabetes Relief Center - This Is The Bronx

Grand Opening - Diabetes Relief Center - This Is The Bronx

The Centers opening on November 14, 2017 is proudly listed as one of the official events for World Diabetes Day One of the most important New York events associated withWorld Diabetes Dayis taking place in the South Bronx because the South Bronx is at the epicenter of the diabetes epidemic. The Diabetes Relief Center South Bronx is licensed to provide the treatment for diabetes that attacks one of the causes of the disease abnormalmetabolismof carbohydrates . It uses the FDA labeled Bionica Microdose pump, to provide the patented Trina Treatment therapy within a clinical environment. Microburst delivery of insulin mimics normal insulin release from the body. More than 250,000 treatments have been provided nationwide without a single adverse reaction. This is the first time the therapy is available anywhere in the New York area. In attendance there will be MD and PhD scientists who will be announcing news of the largest, most important clinical study to date of this promising treatment. This study will be conducted at a National Institutes of Health affiliated Center. There will be very strong community turn out with great visuals and interview opportunities (in English and Spanish). Where: 2825 Third Avenue @148th Street, Second Floor, Bronx, NY Continue reading >>

Mount Vernon Ny Endocrinologist Doctors - Diabetes & Treatment, Type 1 & 2: Medications, Guidelines & Diet

Mount Vernon Ny Endocrinologist Doctors - Diabetes & Treatment, Type 1 & 2: Medications, Guidelines & Diet

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In The Treatment Of Diabetes, Success Often Does Not Pay

In The Treatment Of Diabetes, Success Often Does Not Pay

N.Y. / Region |In the Treatment of Diabetes, Success Often Does Not Pay With much optimism, Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan opened its new diabetes center in March 1999. Miss America, Nicole Johnson Baker, herself a diabetic, showed up for promotional pictures, wearing her insulin pump. In one photo, she posed with a man dressed as a giant foot - a comical if dark reminder of the roughly 2,000 largely avoidable diabetes-related amputations in New York City each year. Doctors, alarmed by the cost and rapid growth of the disease, were getting serious. At four hospitals across the city, they set up centers that featured a new model of treatment. They would be boot camps for diabetics, who struggle daily to reduce the sugar levels in their blood. The centers would teach them to check those levels, count calories and exercise with discipline, while undergoing prolonged monitoring by teams of specialists. But seven years later, even as the number of New Yorkers with Type 2 diabetes has nearly doubled, three of the four centers, including Beth Israel's, have closed. They did not shut down because they had failed their patients. They closed because they had failed to make money. They were victims of the byzantine world of American health care, in which the real profit is made not by controlling chronic diseases like diabetes but by treating their many complications. Insurers, for example, will often refuse to pay $150 for a diabetic to see a podiatrist, who can help prevent foot ailments associated with the disease. Nearly all of them, though, cover amputations, which typically cost more than $30,000. Patients have trouble securing a reimbursement for a $75 visit to the nutritionist who counsels them on controlling their diabetes. Insurers do not balk, however, at payi Continue reading >>

Diabetes Relief Center Patient: Theres A Miracle Working Here

Diabetes Relief Center Patient: Theres A Miracle Working Here

Since she began treatments at the DRC, her chronic listlessness has morphed into motivation and energy and the tingling in her hands and legs is now gone. So Patricia Greaves has concluded, Theres a miracle working here. Greaves, a nurses aid from Jackson Heights who is in her third month of treatments at the DRC, has significant family history with Diabetes. Her mother and brother have it. Her grandmother died from it. She too, was debilitated from the disease, suffering many sleepless nights for almost seven years. But, things changed, she says, as soon as her second treatment at the DRC. Im not shut down like I used to shut down, she said. The treatment is working. They hook me to the machine and take my blood sugar and then they give me the treatment based on the numbers. I only have good readings now. Those readings are monitored not only by DRC staff, but by Luis Rodriquez, her husband of one year who dutifully accompnies her to each treatment. It was Luis who heard about the DRC from a church friend and encouraged his wife to try. Ive definitely seen her change, he willingly admitted. Then he added with a grin, I researched the Trinia Treatment and a brochure said that even your sex life would improve. I said, yeah, right. Guess what! They both laughed. Across the expansive room with the comfy treatment chairs is lifelong Bronxite Raymond Seda, 67, a retired doorman who is getting his fifteenth treatment. He too suffered with Diabetes for seven years, but has seen positive changes since being treated at the DRC. Hes losing weight and says he has more energy to walk further. Also, he heals quicker. The other day I banged my little toe and the whole side turned black and blue, he said. Within a couple of days it was normal again. It came back to pinkish color. In Continue reading >>

Nyc's First Diabetes Relief Center Coming To The Bronx - Welcome2thebronx

Nyc's First Diabetes Relief Center Coming To The Bronx - Welcome2thebronx

Diabetes Relief Center is scheduled to open its doors this coming September. Relief for diabetics is coming to The Bronx with the new Diabetes Relief Center bringing, the most important advancement for treatment since insulin for the disease. The Bronx, with the worst health outcome as the unhealthiest of 62 counties in New York State, leads the city and state with one of the highest rates of diabetes. In fact, 3 of the 5 neighborhoods with the highest rates are in the Bronx: Fordham, Northeast Bronx, and the South Bronx. Now, thanks to Diabetes Relief Centers, quality of life for thousands of Bronxites and New Yorkers with diabetes is about to change as they get ready to open up their first center not just in New York City but the entire Northeast. The treatment, which according to Diabetes Relief Centers, mimics effect that normal pancreas has on liver, is administered intravenously in their clinical centers and delivers micro pulses of insulin. Unlike traditional insulin treatment which simply treats glucose, this treatment affects nerve endings, the brain, retinas, liver, kidneys and according to research has been shown to halt or even reverse serious complications from advanced diabetes. The nearly 6,000 square foot center coming to 2825 Third Avenue at 149th Street in the Third Avenue Business Improvement District at The Hub will provide roughly 25-35 treatment chairs and the ability to treat roughly 600 patients weekly in an area that is considered to be ground zero of diabetes in NYC. In fact, 15% of adults in the Melrose/Mott Haven area where the center is opening have been diagnosed with diabetes ranking in 7th in the city. The Diabetes Relief Center South Bronx brings health equity to an area which has long been dominated by some of the highest rates of diab Continue reading >>

Doctors Debunk Diabetes Treatment As Fraud Charges Hit Clinic Executive

Doctors Debunk Diabetes Treatment As Fraud Charges Hit Clinic Executive

Just imagine: A nonsurgical treatment that helps millions of people with complications from diabetes restore vision, repair damaged kidneys, and reverse heart disease and cognitive decline. A treatment that heals wounds in their legs and feet, repairs damage from stroke, and eliminates a common type of diabetic nerve pain called neuropathy. The nation has a limited supply of healthcare dollars to spend on drugs and services, which is why the government and health plans require scientific evidence of patient benefit. This is especially important for the 30.3 million people in the U.S. with diabetes, whose medical costs in 2012 totaled $245 billion. Thats what lawyer G. Ford Gilbert and his network of Trina Health clinics have been promising with his IV insulin infusions offered through his Sacramento-based company. The Trina CEO calls the procedure miraculous, and the first real change in treatment for people with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes since the 1921 discovery of insulin . Gilbert has not been deterred by the nations top experts in diabetes who aggressively debunk his procedure, calling it outright fraud and a scam. Nor has he seemed daunted by Medicare and some private insurance companies, which have refused to pay for outpatient insulin infusion procedures because they lack sufficient evidence of medical benefit. The American Diabetes Association dissuades patients from seeking Gilberts branded Artificial Pancreas Treatment , saying people with diabetes are a particularly vulnerable population. Despite these obstacles, Gilbert has openly marketed his infusion protocols for years, expanding across 17 states, even as investigations, audits and payment denials have shut down many of his clinics. Now his Trina Health operation faces a new threat. A federal grand jury Continue reading >>

New Diabetes Treatment Center To Open In Hub

New Diabetes Treatment Center To Open In Hub

Drug mimics the effects of a functioning pancreas for patients A state-of-the-art diabetes treatment center is coming soon to a place where it’s needed the most: the South Bronx. California-based Trina Health will open a new Diabetes Relief Center in the fall, offering a form of treatment new to the area, in a 6,000-square-foot space at 2825 Third Ave. in the Hub. The company operates treatment centers in 14 states around the country, but the Mott Haven clinic will be New York’s first. The new center comes as welcome news for Mott Haven/Melrose, where 15 percent of adults have been diagnosed with the disease, according to a 2015 NYC health department report. That is the 7th-most out of 59 neighborhoods studied. The report also found that the area has the city’s second-highest rate of avoidable adult diabetes hospitalizations, more than twice the citywide rate. In addition, 17 percent of adults in the neighborhood went without needed medical care for all conditions, the worst rate in the city, according to the report. Dr. Ray Basri, chief operational medical director at the new center, said the clinic is “something that really offers hope.” The Trina Treatment that will be administered intravenously, also known as the Artificial Pancreas Treatment, mimics the effect that a normally functioning pancreas has on the liver. By delivering precise bursts of insulin, it is intended to stimulate the liver and reawaken dormant metabolisms. It also stimulates the brain, muscle, retina, liver, kidneys, and nerve endings, which sets it apart from more limited, traditional insulin therapy, which only treats glucose. According to Trina Health’s founder and CEO, Dr. G. Ford Gilbert, once the core problem of diabetes is addressed, the tissue is able to heal itself the way no Continue reading >>

Diabetes Center Opens In The South Bronx

Diabetes Center Opens In The South Bronx

Stephon Johnson | 11/16/2017, 11:13 a.m. On World Diabetes Day (Nov. 14), the South Bronx celebrated the opening of a center designed to combat the condition that afflicts many of its residents. Right off The Hub shopping area at East 148th Street and Third Avenue, the Diabetes Relief Centers South Bronx location finds itself in ground zero of the epidemic. The Bronx is rated last in health among New York States 62 counties in New York State, and leads New York City and New York State in diabetes rates. Three of the top five neighborhoods with the highest rates of diabetes are located in the Bronx (including Fordham). Ray Basri, the centers medical director, said that its their job is to help people live at their healthiest through multiple means. I think the most important thing is that its a place that people can come for consultation, Basri said. And we can explore the possibility of optimizing treatment. Were about providing better care that focuses, first of all, on education and, second of all, on nutrition. Theres emotional support for people to know that theyre not at fault for their diabetes. We want to try and make people feel like there are ways to receive care that aligns with what they want to see for themselves. Were hoping its gonna be part of the solution, continued Basri. Were hoping we can add a kind of treatment that will reduce complications. That treatment is known as the Trina Treatment, named after developer Dr. Ford Gilberts daughter who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 2. This is a treatment that has proved itself in other regions around the country, said Diabetes Relief Centers of America President and Co-Founder Lon G. von Hurwitz. [Gilbert] came up with a way to use microburst insulin to mimic what the pancreas should do in p Continue reading >>

Diabetes Relief Center Of Bronx Mso Llc

Diabetes Relief Center Of Bronx Mso Llc

A physician who provides long-term, comprehensive care in the office and the hospital, managing both common and complex illness of adolescents, adults and the elderly. Internists are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, infections and diseases affecting the heart, blood, kidneys, joints and digestive, respiratory and vascular systems. They are also trained in the essentials of primary care internal medicine, which incorporates an understanding of disease prevention, wellness, substance abuse, mental health and effective treatment of common problems of the eyes, ears, skin, nervous system and reproductive organs. Some organization health care providers are made up of components that furnish different types of health care or have separate physical locations where health care is furnished. These components and physical locations are not themselves legal entities, but are part of the organization health care provider (which is a legal entity). A covered organization provider may decide that its subparts (if it has any) should have their own NPI numbers. If a subpart conducts any HIPAA standard transactions on its own (e.g., separately from its parent), it must obtain its own NPI number. Reviews for DIABETES RELIEF CENTER OF BRONX MSO LLC Thanks - Your review has been submitted! Please note that if we find that this review has violated our terms or is simply deemed unacceptable, we will remove it without notice. There are currently no reviews forDIABETES RELIEF CENTER OF BRONX MSO LLC Be the first to post a comment or review . Read our reviews / comments about this provider to help you decide if they are right for you. Share your experience by posting a comment or review about this provider to help others decide which is right for them. Continue reading >>

Former Acc Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy

Former Acc Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy

Former ACC Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy -Company persuaded Jack Lewin, MD, to speak on controversial treatment's behalf by Cheryl Clark, Senior Staff Writer inewsource/MedPage TodayMay 3, 2018 Last month, MedPage Today and San Diego-based partner inewsource reported on Trina Health, a chain of diabetes care clinics providing a controversial regimen of insulin infusions. That investigation focused on Trina's origins and marketing claims and on founder G. Ford Gilbert's business and legal troubles . Here we report on a well-known figure in cardiovascular medicine who -- unlike nearly all of his physician colleagues -- found the claims credible and lent his name to the enterprise. Lawyer G. Ford Gilbert, the recently indicted founder of the national diabetes network Trina Health , hitched his clinic's expansion plans to a big name in organized medicine and health policy: Jack Lewin , MD. Lewin was CEO of the California Medical Association for more than 11 years, CEO of the American College of Cardiology for more than five and president and CEO of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation for four. He chairs the board of the National Coalition on Health Care in Washington, D.C. In the spring of 2017, Lewin added another title to his resume. He took on a job as chief medical and science advisor for a New York investor group that had contracted with Gilbert to open one of the largest Trina clinics in the country, the Trina Diabetes Relief Center South Bronx . Gilbert says his " Artificial Pancreas Treatment " protocols, which he has sold to numerous medical and investor groups for $300,000 or more since 2011, reverse complications of diabetes -- like nerve pain, heart disease and kidney damage -- through four-hour long weekly IV infusions of insulin. But dozens of diabe Continue reading >>

Nurse Practitioner Job In Bronx, Ny At Diabetes Relief Centers Of

Nurse Practitioner Job In Bronx, Ny At Diabetes Relief Centers Of

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Lincoln Hospital (bronx)

Lincoln Hospital (bronx)

Lincoln Hospital is a full service medical center and teaching hospital affiliated with Weill Cornell Medical College , in the South Bronx area of the Bronx , New York City . [3] The medical center is municipally owned by NYC Health + Hospitals . [1] View of the hospital from East 149th Street Lincoln is known for innovative programs addressing the specific needs of the community it serves, aggressively tackling such issues as asthma, obesity, cancer, diabetes and tuberculosis. [1] Staffed by a team of more than 300 physicians, the hospital has an inpatient capacity of 347 beds, including 20 neonatal intensive care beds, 23 intensive care beds, 8 pediatric intensive care beds, 7 coronary care beds, and an 11-station renal dialysis unit. [1] With over 144,000 emergency department visits annually, Lincoln has the busiest single site emergency department in New York City and the third busiest in the nation. [4] [5] Lincoln Hospital was founded in 1839 as "The Home for the Colored Aged" by a group of prominent philanthropists known as the "Society for the Relief of Worthy Aged Indigent Colored Persons." [2] The hospital's function gradually became the most important aspect of the operation, and in 1882, the name was changed to "The Colored Home and Hospital." [2] In 1895, after more than half a century of occupying various sites in Manhattan , the Board of Trustees purchased a large lot in the South Bronxthen a semi-rural area of the cityat the corner of 141st Street and Southern Boulevard. A new hospital was built; its facilities included the latest developments in medical care. [2] The dedication took place on April 29, 1899. The hospital became a general hospital open to all people without regard to color or creed, although it maintained its founding connection as an in Continue reading >>

Home - Diabetes Relief Centers

Home - Diabetes Relief Centers

The way to change the game is this treatment, available at The Diabetes Relief Center. For the first time, you have a treatment available to help repair the bodys metabolic problem which accompanies diabetes. Our treatment is a revolutionary new approach to diabetes care. Through the use of microdosing of insulin we are able to mimic the function of a healthy pancreas; treating, healing, and in some cases even reversing serious symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes Relief Centers offers a revolutionary treatment that changes the way we can treat diabetes, one that actually helps repair the broken metabolic systems in your body that have caused your problems, and may even reverse the damage the disease has caused. There have been nearly 250,000 treatments without a single adverse event. Diabetes is a breakdown of your bodys ability to process the carbohydrates you eat. You almost certainly got this disease through your genes and not because of your lifestyle. Start feeling better today! Talk to our clinical experts and find out if the Trina Treatment is right for you. 866-224-4662 The treatment is Covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and Most Major Insurance Continue reading >>

1043738586 Npi Number Data

1043738586 Npi Number Data

NPI Number 1043738586 has the "Organization" type of ownership and has been registered to the following primary business legal name (which is a provider name or healthcare organization name) DIABETES RELIEF CENTER OF BRONX MSO LLC. Records indicate that the provider gender is "". The enumeration date of this NPI Number is 09/05/2017. NPI Number information was last updated on 09/05/2017. The provider is physically located (Business Practice Location) at: DIABETES RELIEF CENTER OF BRONX MSO LLC can be reached at his practice location using the following numbers: The provider's official mailing address is: The contact numbers associated with the mailing address are: The authorized official registered with the 1043738586 NPI Number is DEANE' WALLACE. The authorized official title (position) is CREDENTIALING SPECIALIST. You can reach the authorized official at the following phone number 916-571-9041. The following information about the specialty of the provider is available: For crosswalk purposes, the following (non-NPI) identifiers are available for this provider: Legacy & Proprietary Identifiers Ever Reported To NPPES Collection of legacy and proprietary (non NPI) identifiers ever reported for this provider: Reference NPI Information. Full replica of the CMS (NPPES) NPI record 10-position all-numeric identification number assigned by the NPS to uniquely identify a health care provider. Code describing the type of health care provider that is being assigned an NPI. Codes are: 1 = (Person): individual human being who furnishes health care; 2 = (Non-person): entity other than an individual human being that furnishes health care (for example, hospital, SNF, hospital subunit, pharmacy, or HMO). The Employer Identification Number (EIN), assigned by the IRS, of the provider be Continue reading >>

Former Acc Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy

Former Acc Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy

Former ACC Head Backed Trina's Diabetes Therapy Company persuaded Jack Lewin, MD, to speak on controversial treatment's behalf Last month,MedPage Todayand San Diego-based partnerinewsourcereported on Trina Health, a chain of diabetes care clinics providing a controversial regimen of insulin infusions. That investigation focused on Trina's origins and marketing claims and on founder G. Ford Gilbert's business and legal troubles . Here we report on a well-known figure in cardiovascular medicine who -- unlike nearly all of his physician colleagues -- found the claims credible and lent his name to the enterprise. Lawyer G. Ford Gilbert, the recently indicted founder of the national diabetes network Trina Health , hitched his clinic's expansion plans to a big name in organized medicine and health policy: Jack Lewin , MD. Lewin was CEO of the California Medical Association for more than 11 years, CEO of the American College of Cardiology for more than five and president and CEO of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation for four. He chairs the board of the National Coalition on Health Care in Washington, D.C. In the spring of 2017, Lewin added another title to his resume. He took on a job as chief medical and science advisor for a New York investor group that had contracted with Gilbert to open one of the largest Trina clinics in the country, the Trina Diabetes Relief Center South Bronx . Gilbert says his " Artificial Pancreas Treatment " protocols, which he has sold to numerous medical and investor groups for $300,000 or more since 2011, reverse complications of diabetes -- like nerve pain, heart disease and kidney damage -- through four-hour long weekly IV infusions of insulin. But dozens of diabetes experts call Gilbert's treatment a "scam" or "a fraud," saying it lacks sc Continue reading >>

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