Diabetes Resources

Diabetes Prevention and Management


The Diabetes Care Team, and the St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic follow the Indian Health Service Standards of Care and best practices for adults and children with Diabetes.  Diabetes care and education is offered for individuals diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes.  Our team assists you in learning how to make wise choices for your diabetes care.

SDPI Healthy Heart Program – Special Diabetes Program for Indians

Who Can Join the Project?   

We are looking for people 18 years of age and older who have the diagnosis of diabetes and are interested in reducing their risk of cardiovascular disease.  You should be willing to participate in clinic visits with a case manager.  

Diabetes support and education groups are offered in four Tribal Communities.

Annual exams are recommended with each diabetes team member including the Medical Provider, Dental, Optometry (include dilated eye exam), complete foot exam and consultation with a Registered Dietitian and Diabetes Educator.  There are also monthly diabetes support groups offered.

Nutrition:  Proper nutrition is an essential part of good health and overall wellness.  Nutrition can not only help prevent many chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and cancer, but it also plays a role in disease treatment and management as well.  The clinic’s Registered Dietitian provides diabetes education, weight management education, tips for  a healthy heart, renal diets, help with food allergies or celiac disease, group presentations and printed materials.

St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Main Location
Located in the Big Sand Lake Community – Hertel Wisconsin
4404 WI-70, Webster, WI 54893


OPEN: Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm
Friday 8am – Noon

St. Croix Tribal Health Clinic – Round Lake
Located in the Round Lake Community
Luck Wisconsin
2221 60th St Luck, WI 54853


OPEN: Tuesday 8am – 4pm

Jean Roedl
Family Nurse Practitioner,
Advanced Diabetes Management & Certified Diabetes Prevention Coach
715-349-8554 x 5227
[email protected]

The clinic is not scheduling preventative and regular appointments until December 1st due to the fact we are now are at Critically High levels of positive COVID-19 cases. We are open for urgent care appointments, testing, vaccinations and telemedicine visits. The pharmacy is open. Dental department is only doing emergency care. Optical department is still open.
This will be re-evaluated again in two weeks to see if cases have dropped back down.
The clinic is open 8-4 Monday through Thursdays and Friday 8-12 for appointments. If you have questions please call the clinic.
Thank you for your understanding and stay safe.