Dr. Kay Moua is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) with a degree in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). She earned her Master of Science in Nursing degree at Seattle Pacific University and her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is also a National Board Certified-Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM) specialist. Dr. Moua has been working in the medical field for over 30 years. In 2010, she turned her passion for diabetes management and patient care into her main practice focus.
Dr. Moua is well known for her expertise in diabetes care and utilization of diabetes technologies. She has vast experience in diabetes medicines, continuous glucose monitors, insulin pumps, and smart insulin pen. She will work closely with you and your primary care provider to ensure you received the best treatment plan to optimize your diabetes control.
“I like to spend time with my patients, getting to know them and their family members so I can better incorporate personal preference and traditional practices into a custom treatment plan,” Dr. Moua.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Seattle Pacific University
University of Washington Bothell
Dawna Sanchez earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from California State University and has been a Registered Dietitian RD for over 35 years. She is also a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist and been working with patients living with diabetes for over 10 years.
Dawna is a certified insulin pump and CGM trainer. She enjoys teaching others about insulin pumps and CGM's, educate new patients about diabetes, and incorporating the proper nutrition to support daily blood sugar level. Dawna is fluent in conversational Spanish relating to food, diabetes, and nutrition.
“I have been living with Type 1 Diabetes for almost 50 years and want to share my own experience with others to help them have a better understanding of diabetes disease, ways to manage and maintain blood sugar control, and help make living with diabetes less of a challenge," Dawna S.