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Plano (Dallas / Ft. Worth)

1708 Coit Road, Suite 100
Plano, Texas 75075
T: 469-467-0400
F: 469-467-7009
E: care@diabetesamerica.com

Our Plano health center is conveniently located on the first floor of a medical office building on Coit Road.  Since 2006, our Plano team has been serving the north side of the metroplex including the areas of Allen, Carrollton, Frisco, Plano and Richardson.  The Plano Team is available to see patients Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm.

Thank you for visiting this location. We are currently working on providing a contact form; in the mean time, please contact us via the phone number listed above.


Rosemary Fabila
Lead Medical Assistant

Rosemary was born and raised in Texas and has been in the medical field for over seven years. She is excited to be a part of the DiabetesAmerica team because she enjoys helping others. In her spare time, Rosemary enjoys relaxing and reading a good book.

Leo Jeng
Leo Jeng, MD
Medical Doctor
Dr. Leo Jeng was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He attended Stanford University for his undergraduate degree followed by the Medical College of Georgia for medical school. Dr. Jeng completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Emory University and his Endocrine Fellowship at the University of Texas Houston Health. Dr. Jeng chose to specialize in diabetes care because both of his grandmothers and several family members have been diagnosed with diabetes as well as a few close personal friends. He has seen first hand the difficulties of managing this disease and the complications that arise when it is not properly treated. He is excited about being a part of a comprehensive team to offer the best treatment available to patients with diabetes. Diabetes is a complicated disease that affects multiple organ systems and requires a multifaceted approach with education as well as medications that target the different pathways. Dr. Jeng sincerely believes in the DA model that brings educators and physicians together as a team to provide the best care available. In his spare time he enjoys playing with his daughters, going to church and playing tennis.
Rosemarie Lajara, MD
Medical Doctor
Pablo Mora, MD, MSc, FACE, CDE
Pablo Mora, MD, MSc, FACE, CDE
Medical Doctor
Dr. Pablo Mora completed his undergraduate and graduate education at the University of Costa Rica School of Medicine. He completed postgraduate studies in internal medicine at the University of Costa Rica and University Hospitals in San Jose, Costa Rica, where he also completed a critical care fellowship. He then went on to complete a fellowship in endocrinology and metabolism at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.  In 2009, Dr. Mora received a Masters’ Degree in Clinical Sciences from the UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining DiabetesAmerica, Dr. Mora most recently served as a Staff Endocrinologist at the Department of Endocrinology at The Cleveland Clinic in Weston, Florida.  Dr. Mora has also previously held positions with University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Saint Paul Diabetes Education Program, Parkland Memorial Hospital and the Choctaw Nation Diabetes Treatment Center. Dr. Mora is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Subspecialties Board. He is also a Certified Diabetes Educator and a fellow of the American College of Clinical Endocrinologists.  His clinical interests include diabetes in special populations, post-transplantation diabetes, and modern insulin therapy.
Judy Silverstein
Diabetes Educator
Judy graduated from the University of Texas in Austin with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and later went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Texas Women's University. Immediately after nursing school, Judy decided she wanted to teach wellness with a focus on diabetes. After all, living well with diabetes implies an understanding of nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction as well as knowledge about the entire disease process. During this time, Judy mastered all areas of diabetes education and has taught patients to manage and live with diabetes in ways that are applicable to their lifestyle. While on the Board of the American Diabetes Association, she started a support group for type 1 and type 2 patients and was the Camp Director for New Horizons (a day camp for children with diabetes) for two years. Judy joined DiabetesAmerica after working for 12 years as a Certified Diabetes Educator. She states, "In my short time as an educator, things have changed so much and so quickly. It is very important for patients to not only be educated in self-managing their disease, but to be updated often regarding the newest standards, techniques, medicines, and options available to them. DiabetesAmerica provides these components to their patients in a cost- and time-efficient manner, and I am thrilled to be part of this empowering team!"
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