COVID-19 update: At this time there are no interruptions in our ability to manufacture and supply product. Our clinical team has instituted virtual video trainings for new pump and CGM customers to ensure continuity of service. Please click here for more information. X

Latest Posts

See what's new

Back to School with Type 1 Diabetes

It’s a time of year parents usually look forward to—the beginning of the school year. But this year, many parents and students are facing anxiety and uncertainty during the unprecedented circumstances of the continuing global pandemic and what it will mean for the school system. For our Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador, Amy, who is a

What You Should Know About COVID-19

  The year 2020 has certainly thrown all of us a curve ball! Since the introduction of COVID-19, from directions to shelter-in-place, wear masks in public, and remain socially distant from others, to local toilet paper shortages, we’ve experienced more than most of us could have ever imagined! While much of what’s happening with

Medtronic Looks Forward to Welcoming Companion Medical and the InPen to the Medtronic Family

Today, we look forward to welcoming Companion Medical, makers of the only FDA-cleared smart insulin pen system paired with an integrated diabetes management app, to the Medtronic family. The InPen system automatically records insulin doses, tracks active insulin, and recommends mealtime & correction doses based on a bolus calculator which helps simplify diabetes management.

Fun in the Sun with Diabetes Devices

Summer is here, and with the sunshine and hot days comes sweat, sunscreen, and sand. Here are some things to consider regarding diabetes management during this time of year.   Keeping your sensor or infusion set in place: Heat and perspiration can compromise adhesive, and it can be a challenge to keep insulin pump

One Mom and Son Adjust to Having Matching Insulin Pumps

Today, we’d like to introduce you to our Medtronic Diabetes Ambassador, Katie, whose son was recently diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Katie knew immediately how she wanted to proceed with her son’s therapy. Today, she shares that experience with us. There I was, standing in the bathroom at a sports complex staring at my