Diabetes Support in Surrey Heartlands

Register your interest

Oviva Diabetes Support
is a free service to help people in
Surrey Heartlands
learn more about type 2 diabetes
and make lasting changes to improve their
health and diabetes management.

In our 8 week programme, you can benefit from:

Access to helpful resources to use at home and track your progress, including our NHS-approved smartphone app, online portal, guidebook, recipes and podcasts.

Support from our expert team every step of the way, to help you make changes to your lifestyle, diet, physical activity and mental health.

Improving your blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, losing weight and reducing your risk of diabetes complications

More confidence to
manage your type 2 diabetes.

Watch our short video to find out more about the Oviva Diabetes Support programme in Surrey Heartlands.

You can access this service through a referral from your GP or using the form below.

You may be eligible for this service if you are:

Aged 18 or over.

Registered with a GP practice in Surrey Downs CCG, North West Surrey CCG and Guildford & Waverley CCG.

Have a confirmed diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.

Motivated and ready to change.

The following exclusion criteria applies:

Those under the age of 18, pregnant women, people with type 1 diabetes, people who do not have a recorded diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, people who are not registered with a GP practice within Surrey Downs CCG, North West Surrey CCG and Guildford & Waverley CCG, people with a significant learning disability or untreated mental health condition that makes it difficult for them to engage in care.

If you are interested in joining Diabetes Support in Surrey Heartlands, please fill in the form below.

We will contact your GP to confirm eligibility and access your health records.
Once confirmed with your GP, Oviva will contact you to explain more about the programme and book your first appointment with a specialist diabetes dietitian.

If you’re not sure how to find your NHS Number, there is more guidance on the NHS England website here