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Diabetology Department

At Amba Health Centre & Hospital, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive care and support for individuals with diabetes. Our team of experienced diabetologists, endocrinologists, nurses, and dieticians work together to offer personalized treatment plans and empower patients to manage their condition effectively.
At Amba Health Centre & Hospital, we are committed to providing comprehensive, compassionate, and evidence-based care to individuals with diabetes.
Our diabetology team strives to empower you with knowledge, support, and effective management strategies to lead a fulfilling and healthy life.

Types of Diabetes we specialize in

Type II Diabetes Treatment

Type II diabetes, also known as non-insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition that affects the way your body metabolizes glucose. Our expert diabetologists focus on managing and controlling blood sugar levels through a combination of lifestyle modifications, oral medications, and insulin therapy when necessary. We prioritize patient education, enabling you to understand your condition better and make informed decisions about your health.

Diabetes of Pregnancy (Gestational Diabetes Mellitus)

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) occurs during pregnancy and can pose risks to both the mother and baby if not managed properly. At Amba Health Centre & Hospital, our specialized team provides comprehensive care for pregnant women with GDM. We offer personalized treatment plans, including blood sugar monitoring, dietary counseling, and, if required, insulin therapy. Our goal is to ensure a healthy pregnancy and reduce the risk of complications for both mother and baby.

Obesity Management

Obesity is a significant risk factor for developing diabetes and can worsen existing diabetes conditions. Our diabetologists work closely with our team of weight management experts to provide comprehensive obesity management programs. We emphasize a multidisciplinary approach, combining dietary guidance, exercise plans, behavior modification strategies, and, if necessary, medical interventions to help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

Type I Diabetes Management

Type I diabetes, also known as insulin-dependent diabetes, requires lifelong management and regular insulin injections. Our diabetologists specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of Type I diabetes. We provide personalized insulin therapy, continuous glucose monitoring, education on carbohydrate counting, and support for living a fulfilling life with Type I diabetes.

Diabetes Mellitus Complications

Uncontrolled diabetes can lead to various complications affecting multiple organs and systems of the body. At Amba Health Centre & Hospital, our diabetology team focuses on preventing and managing diabetes-related complications such as diabetic neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy, cardiovascular diseases, and foot ulcers. We provide comprehensive screening, early detection, and effective management strategies to minimize the impact of complications and improve your overall well-being.

Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Proper nutrition and lifestyle modifications play a crucial role in managing diabetes. Our experienced dieticians work closely with our diabetologists to create personalized meal plans that suit your specific dietary needs. We provide guidance on portion control, carbohydrate counting, healthy food choices, and meal timings to help you achieve and maintain stable blood sugar levels. Additionally, our team offers counseling and support to help you adopt a healthy lifestyle, including regular physical activity and stress management techniques.

Blood Glucose and HbA1c Testing

Regular monitoring of blood glucose levels and HbA1c testing is essential for managing diabetes effectively. At Amba Health Centre & Hospital, we offer state-of-the-art diagnostic facilities to accurately assess your blood glucose levels and HbA1c values. Our expert team interprets these results and uses them as valuable tools to guide your treatment plan, make necessary adjustments, and track your progress over time.


Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) often coexists with insulin resistance and an increased risk of developing Type II diabetes. Our diabetologists understand the unique challenges faced by individuals with PCOS and offer specialized care. We provide comprehensive evaluation, hormonal management, lifestyle modifications, and personalized treatment plans to address both the PCOS and diabetes-related concerns.

Doctors for Diabetology

Dr. Nimmi Mulwani



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  • Diabetology is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and management of diabetes mellitus. A Diabetologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating patients with diabetes and related metabolic disorders.

  • You should consider consulting a Diabetologist if you have been diagnosed with diabetes or if you experience symptoms such as frequent urination, excessive thirst, unexplained weight loss, fatigue, or slow wound healing.

  • A Diabetologist treats all types of diabetes, including Type 1 diabetes (insulin-dependent), Type 2 diabetes (non-insulin-dependent), gestational diabetes, and other forms of diabetes caused by specific medical conditions or medications.

  • Yes, Diabetologists are well-equipped to manage prediabetes, which is a condition where blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not yet in the diabetic range. They can also provide guidance on managing risk factors, such as weight management, diet, and physical activity, to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes.

  • During your initial consultation, the Diabetologist will review your medical history, perform a physical examination, and order relevant blood tests to assess your blood glucose levels and overall health. Based on the findings, they will create a personalized treatment plan to manage your diabetes effectively.

  • Yes, Diabetologists are experienced in insulin management for patients with Type 1 diabetes. They will work closely with you to determine the appropriate insulin regimen, teach you how to administer insulin, and help you adjust the doses as needed.

  • Regular follow-ups with a Diabetologist are essential to monitor your blood glucose levels, assess the effectiveness of your treatment plan, and make any necessary adjustments. They will also provide ongoing education and support to help you manage your diabetes successfully.

  • Yes, Diabetologists play a crucial role in preventing and managing diabetes-related complications such as diabetic neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy, and cardiovascular issues. Early detection and timely interventions can significantly improve outcomes.

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