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Diabetes & Endocrinology Associates

Open by appointment
Monday through Friday
8:00am-4:30pm
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The providers of Diabetes & Endocrinology Associates bring extensive experience to the treatment of diabetes and endocrine disorders – and believe that successful treatment involves patients and their families working as a team with providers and educators.

 While almost 30 million people in the U.S. live with some form of diabetes, one in four don’t even realize they have it. To help educate the community on diabetes’ facts and fallacies, Emily Appleton, PA-C and Julie Wark, APRN-BC have created a video that highlights the risk factors, and types of diabetes. Click the link below to find out more about these common questions and concerns:  Diabetes 1 vs. Diabetes 2 – Signs & Symptoms of Prediabetes – Obesity & Insulin Resistance – Screening for Diabetes – Lifestyle Intervention & Prevention.

 

 

SERVICES PROVIDED at Diabetes & Endocrinology

  • -Pre-diabetes, Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes Care
  • -Diabetes preventive care
  • -Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • -Treatment of acute and chronic illnesses caused by diabetes or endocrine disorders
  • -American Diabetes Association recognized education program
  • -Insulin pump management
  • -Continuous Glucose monitoring system assistance
  • -PCOS Care

 

Our Medical Staff:

Thabo Kenosi, MD has been practicing for over eleven years and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. He received his MD at the National University of Ireland, University College, Dublin, and completed both a Residency in Internal Medicine and a Fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism at Baystate Medical Center/Western Campus of Tufts University School of Medicine in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Emily Appleton, MS, PA-C, ATC earned her BS in Kinesiology from the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H. and an MSHS in the Physician Assistant Program at Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Conn. Her experience ranges from clinical instructor and athletic trainer at the State University of New York/Stony Brook and the University of New Hampshire to physician assistant in Boston’s Faulkner Hospital ER and dialysis access coordinator at the Renal Division of Brigham & Women’s Hospital. She currently splits her time caring for and educating patients at Diabetes & Endocrinology of York Hospital and Kittery Family Practice. 

Julie Wark, APRN-BC earned her BS in Nursing from the University of Maine at Orono, and an MSN in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care from Walden University.  She has over 15 years’ experience in Nursing, most at York Hospital in roles as risk coordinator, med-surg nurse and RN care manager at Kittery Family Practice.  Now at Diabetes & Endocrinology Associates of York Hospital, she provides her patients with education, support, management and treatment of diabetes and other endocrinology disorders.

 

Directions: 12 Hospital Drive, Suite A, York, ME 03909

FROM NH/SOUTH

Take I-95 North to Maine. Take the York Exit #7 (last exit before the toll booth). Bear RIGHT off the ramp. Take a RIGHT at the set of lights to Route One south. Take a LEFT at the next set of lights onto Route 1A. Continue for approximately 1 mile. Take a RIGHT onto Hospital Drive. 12 Hospital Drive is on your left, in a light green building.

FROM WELLS/NORTH

Take I-95 South to the York Exit #7 (first exit after the toll booth). Bear LEFT off the ramp. Take a RIGHT at the set of lights to Route One south. Take a LEFT at the next set of lights onto Route 1A. Continue for approximately 1 mile. Take a RIGHT onto Hospital Drive. 12 Hospital Drive is on your left, in a light green building.

FROM BERWICKS/WEST

Take Route 236 to Route 91. At the end of Route 91, bear LEFT onto Route One North. Go through one set of lights. Turn RIGHT onto Route 1A. Continue for approximately 1 mile. Take a RIGHT onto Hospital Drive. 12 Hospital Drive is on your left, in a light green building.

 

If you need help accessing your Telemedicine Visit on your Practice Patient Portal, please call (207) 361-6902 and we will be happy to assist you.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a TeleVisit?

A TeleVisit is a virtual visit with a primary care provider or specialist at York Hospital.  The visit will take place using your computer or smartphone.  You and your provider will be able to see each other through video and communicate using audio on your device.  Your provider can still order any necessary lab and radiology testing and can prescribe medications if needed. 

Where will the provider be during the TeleVisit?

Your provider will be able to join the visit from their office at the practice or occasionally they may join the visit from their home office. Just like you, they are able to connect with you wherever they have a video/audio connection. All of our providers will have a secure HIPAA compliant connection to your health record during the TeleVisit. 

Where will I be during the TeleVisit?

Because the visit is virtual, you can be anywhere!  As long as you have an internet or wifi connection with video/audio on your computer or smartphone, you will be able to connect with your provider.  You are able to connect virtually without leaving your home!

How do I schedule a TeleVisit?

TeleVisits can be schedule by your provider’s office staff in the same way that you would make an in-office appointment.

Is there a cost to have a TeleVisit?

Yes, we will bill your insurance company just as we would if you came into the office for your visit. 

What is the availability of TeleVisits?

We are currently scheduling TeleVisits with your primary care or specialty providers during our regular office hours.