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Kings Daughters' Health Announces Mckenzie Torline as Diabetes Educator

Torline is moving to the KDH Diabetes Care Center after working in their emergency department.

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(Madison, Ind.) - Kings Daughters’ Health is welcoming its new Diabetes Educator Mckenzie Torline, RN, BSN. Torline is moving to the KDH Diabetes Care Center after working in their emergency department.

As part of her new role, Torline will be providing counseling for individuals with Type 1, Type 2, and gestational diabetes.

She will also provide education to these individuals on how to learn to live with their disease through healthy nutrition, physical activity, and appropriate blood sugar monitoring.

"Diabetes isn't a pass/fail disease, you are not a failure if your blood sugars are out of range. Diabetes requires some major lifestyle changes. You will have good days and you will have bad days. My goal is to help support you through your journey, to help guide you into more of the better days,” said Torline.   

If you would like more information or would like to reach out to Mackenzie, you can reach her by calling 812-801-0611 or by email torlinem@kdhmadison.org.

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