At Medtronic Diabetes our vision is to transform diabetes care together for greater freedom and better health. Each word in that statement is important – including the one “together”. We’re a group of passionate people working hard to make a big positive impact on the lives of those with diabetes. But we can’t do it alone. Collaboration is key. With healthcare providers, academic institutions, non-profits and other companies. And, most importantly, with you – the people who live with diabetes every day.
We started this blog back in 2011 and it has been a great way for us to connect with you and others in the Diabetes Online Community (DOC). We share helpful diabetes tips, stories and perspective from the community and information about our efforts to change the way people manage diabetes. We count on you to give us your thoughts and feedback and ask lots of questions. We’ve learned so much over the years and yet you still teach us something new every day. Thank you for your continuous questions and keep the feedback coming!
Let’s meet The LOOP blog editorial team!
- Amanda Griswold – Principal Specialist, Marketing Communications
- Katie Schmitz – Principal Specialist, Marketing Communications
- Rachel Cooley – Senior Specialist, Marketing Communications
- Kendra Cassillo – Manager, Public Relations
- Pam Reese – Director, Public Relations
In addition to our editorial team, we often have members of the DOC, patients, and Medtronic Diabetes employees share their interesting stories, experiences, and perspectives about living with diabetes or their connection to someone with diabetes. If you are interested in guest writing for The LOOP, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and tell us about yourself!
Our wonderful 24-hour customer service team is happy to help with individual customer service issues, as we cannot address specific individual concerns on the blog. The Customer Service team can be reached at 1.800.646.4633.
Of course, The LOOP blog (or any blog) should never be used as medical advice. Always work closely with your healthcare team to manage your diabetes.
This blog contains information about therapies approved for use in the United States, and is intended to be viewed by residents of the United States.