Patient Care

Spotlight: LatinX Diabetes Clinic

Diabetes Institute at South Lake Union Campus

The South Lake Union clinic provides team-based, multidisciplinary care to LatinX patients with diabetes. Team members include bilingual physicians, nutritionists and patient navigators.

Dr. Lorena Alarcon-Casas Wright
Dr. Leo Morales
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