The Steward® Diabetes Care Program provides comprehensive education and support for patients and their families at Holy Family Hospital’s Methuen and Haverhill locations. From diet and exercise information to medication and glucose monitoring, Holy Family's trained health professionals partner with participants to help them learn to self-manage their diabetes and decrease the risk of future complications.


Methuen or Haverhill:
978-687-0156, ext. 2161
70 East St., Methuen, MA 01844
140 Lincoln Ave., Haverhill, MA 01830

Outpatient Nutrition at Methuen
70 East St., Methuen, MA 01844
978-687-0156, ext. 2162

Endocrinology Diabetes Treatment Center at Holy Family Hospital

Nationally recognized by the American Diabetes Association, the Steward Diabetes Care Program provides participants and their families with:

  • Individualized assessment by a certified diabetes educator
  • Instruction in self blood glucose monitoring and insulin administration
  • Nutrition assessment and recommendations by a registered dietitian/certified diabetes educator
  • Small group or individual classes that cover such topics as:
    • Problem solving
    • Food preparation
    • Dining out
    • Travel planning
    • The emotional component of living with diabetes
    • Activity and medication in glucose control
    • Healthy eating
  • Follow-up telephone call and office visits
  • Individualized nutrition and nurse consultations
  • Monthly diabetes education and support groups


Beth Cronin
Preventing Diabetes Complications Begins With Care
"Our Diabetes Education Program empowers patients to manage their diabetes by teaching them skills and providing the support they need to manage their diabetes in ways that meets their individual lifestyles.” Beth Cronin, MS, RD, LND, CDE, Coordinator of Steward Diabetes Care Program
Neil Ravin
Care For The Whole Person In Diabetes Treatment
“Endocrinology involves caring for not only the disease, but the person. With the right medical education and guidance, most diabetic patients can learn to understand their diabetes well enough to manage it themselves and reduce its complications.” Endocrinologist, Neil Ravin, MD
Preventing and Caring For Wounds For Patients With Diabetes
Daily inspection of skin is key in preventing wounds that won’t heal. Many patients at the center discover their wounds, which resisted healing after months and even years of traditional treatment, finally heal.

Our Team