Screening and Risk Assessment

Wondering if you are at risk for diabetes? You’re not alone. Type 2 diabetes has been on the rise throughout the United States.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 86 million people—a third of the US population—have prediabetes. And 90% of them don’t know it. (See

What is “prediabetes”? People with prediabetes are at risk for developing diabetes. But if it’s caught early, prediabetes can often be reversed by losing weight, exercising and making healthy dietary choices.

Screenings and Information

Get Screened
A simple blood test can put your mind at ease or get you started on the path to manage prediabetes or an undiagnosed diabetic condition. Schedule an appointment.

Schedule an Appointment
Wondering if you’re at risk for diabetes? Your primary care provider is a great place to start. Choose one of PacMed’s many NCQA-recognized diabetes providers.

Online Self-Assessment
If you’re wondering if you are at risk or may be prediabetic, try this simple and quick test created by the CDC. After taking this self-assessment, please followup with your primary care physician for further testing.

Diabetes 101—Information and Resources
Learn more about diabetes such as symptoms, prevention and risk factors. Read our frequently asked questions for patients with diabetes, as well as links to community and national resources. Explore resources.