Join thousands of others with diabetes in North West London and get your free Know Diabetes account today
Your personalised Know Diabetes account
The Know Diabetes service is helping people with diabetes and those at risk of developing type 2 diabetes to live their lives to the full. If you are: registered with a GP in North West London, over the age of 18, and have been diagnosed with diabetes or Non-Diabetic Hyperglycaemia, then you are eligible to create an NHS Know Diabetes account.
We've now made it easier to create an account with NHS login, click the blue button below.
Thanks for being there for usColin, Westminster
I am ready to take care of myself now without worries. I felt relief after reading the email because I learned a lot about diabetes and gained more knowledgeWanjiru, Brent
Know Diabetes is a welcomed resource and provides informative care to all diabetes starting from A to ZAmreen, Ealing
There’s lots of information and it’s very encouraging for starting a healthier lifestyleRose, Ealing
Frequently Asked Questions
You are eligible to register for a Know Diabetes account with access to your personalised health record if:
- You are over 18 years old.
- You are registered with a GP practice in North West London (Brent, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Ealing).
- You have been diagnosed with diabetes or Non-Diabetic Hyperglycaemia (high risk of type 2).
However, anyone registered with a GP practice in North West London can create an account and access Know Diabetes resources and eLearning modules. Therefore if you are a carer or a healthcare professional living in North West London and would like to log in to view our online education courses, please feel free to do so.
You no longer require an invitation to create an NHS Know Diabetes account, and can now create an account in just a few clicks with NHS login. You can register today with NHS login here.
NHS login allows you to securely access a number of different digital health and care websites and apps with just one set of login details (email and password). This now includes the Know Diabetes Service. Learn more about NHS login here.
To set up an NHS login, you will need an email address (with more that 6 characters) and a mobile phone number.
To access some websites and apps, including Know Diabetes, you may need to provide some additional information to prove who you are. This is so that the NHS can connect you to your NHS record and protect your health information.
This may include your: name, date of birth, NHS number and postcode.
If you are experiencing difficulties setting up or managing your NHS log in. Please take a look at the NHS login help centre here.
Register for your free NHS Know Diabetes account today