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Jonathan Weber, MA, PA-C, DFAAPA

Diabetes Medicine & Management
Patient type treated
Adult
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
From physicians only
Board Certified in
Physician Assistant - Medical

Biography

Jonathan Weber helps patients with diabetes at Yale Medicine’s Diabetes Center manage all aspects of their disease. He specializes in treating patients with kidney issues or other complications caused by diabetes. 

“Working together with patients to find the best solutions to help them manage their diabetes and prevent diabetes-related complications is very rewarding,” Weber says. 

He says he enjoys helping patients take steps to gain more control over their diabetes and make lifestyle changes such as eating healthier or exercising more to improve their overall health. 

“I am interested in sharing what we know about lifestyle medicine along with current and emerging prescription therapies that meet patients’ needs and fit best into their lives,” he says. “The burdens that come with any chronic disease can be challenging. With a consistent and strong ‘therapeutic alliance’ between the patient and provider, I believe we can overcome any challenge together.” 

Weber has practiced internal medicine for more than two decades in the Yale New Haven Health system. 

Titles

  • Assistant Professor in the Physician Associate Program, Department of Medicine
  • Associate Director of Didactic Education, Physician Associate Program
  • Course Director, Behavioral Health & Preventive Medicine, Physician Associate Program

Education & Training

  • Faculty Participant, Collaborative Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine in Primary Care (CHAMP) Program
    Yale School of Medicine (2021)
  • PA-C
    Yale University School of Medicine, Physician Associate (1998)
  • MA
    Michigan State University, Education (1991)
  • BA
    Saint Olaf College, Biology (1985)

Additional Information

Biography

Jonathan Weber helps patients with diabetes at Yale Medicine’s Diabetes Center manage all aspects of their disease. He specializes in treating patients with kidney issues or other complications caused by diabetes. 

“Working together with patients to find the best solutions to help them manage their diabetes and prevent diabetes-related complications is very rewarding,” Weber says. 

He says he enjoys helping patients take steps to gain more control over their diabetes and make lifestyle changes such as eating healthier or exercising more to improve their overall health. 

“I am interested in sharing what we know about lifestyle medicine along with current and emerging prescription therapies that meet patients’ needs and fit best into their lives,” he says. “The burdens that come with any chronic disease can be challenging. With a consistent and strong ‘therapeutic alliance’ between the patient and provider, I believe we can overcome any challenge together.” 

Weber has practiced internal medicine for more than two decades in the Yale New Haven Health system. 

Titles

  • Assistant Professor in the Physician Associate Program, Department of Medicine
  • Associate Director of Didactic Education, Physician Associate Program
  • Course Director, Behavioral Health & Preventive Medicine, Physician Associate Program

Education & Training

  • Faculty Participant, Collaborative Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine in Primary Care (CHAMP) Program
    Yale School of Medicine (2021)
  • PA-C
    Yale University School of Medicine, Physician Associate (1998)
  • MA
    Michigan State University, Education (1991)
  • BA
    Saint Olaf College, Biology (1985)

Additional Information

  • Yale Diabetes Center
    Primary Care Center, Yale New Haven Hospital
    789 Howard Avenue, Fl 2nd Floor
    New Haven, CT 06519