Depending on the hospitals, there may be one with a bigger diabetes department than the others. All I can suggest is that you speak to the GP politely but firmly and push to get insulin as soon as possible if you need it. Your phobia sounds a kind of double phobia - both the needle phobia and things under your skin. I've not heard of the second of those, but I would hope hypnosis would help you. I find the more you think about something, the worse it gets. All the anticipation, all the thinking about what's going to happen or what you're going to do (ie an injection) makes things a thousand times worse. I think this is one case where thinking about things too much is utterly counter-productive. Usually mental preparation is good eg preparing for a job interview, etc, but for a needle phobia I personally find it completely unhelpful.