Dietitian Consultant Job Description Sample
Registered Dietitian Consultant (For San Gabriel Valley)
“When you're surrounded by people who share a passionate commitment around a common purpose, anything is possible.” - Howard Schultz
Longwood Management Corporation, a leader in the long-term care industry whose mission is “Commitment to Excellence” seeks a full-time Registered Dietitian Consultant for to service the residents at multiple facilities in the San Gabriel Valley. This is a full time position, Monday through Friday.
This exceptional individual will be part of an elite team filled with dedicated individuals who act as the resource in providing comprehensive nutrition to clients. This position requires traveling to various facilities within a region. This compassionate individual will not only have the requisite skill sets to perform the job, but a collaborative and warm personality that will fit well in a family-like environment committed to serving a common purpose.
· Conduct nutrition screening, assessment, education, and therapy according to physician’s orders and in compliance with Federal and State laws, and Company requirements
· Timely and accurately provide nutritious meals and supplements catered to clients
· Implement and revise menus to meet the residents’ needs as needed
· Review current systems in place pertaining to preparation and service of resident meals, and make modifications as necessary
· Develop in-service and orientation programs for Food service personnel
· Evaluate department on a regular basis to ensure compliance with State and Federal health department regulation
· Work with other resident services according to total Care Plan approach
· Maintain a safe and sanitary working environment
· Maintain all records and documentations according to Federal, State and Company requirements
· Other duties as assigned
Education and Work Experience:
Must be a Registered Dietitian
Reliable transportation and valid California Driver's License
Good written and verbal communication skills in English for business necessity
Minimum 2 years of experience in the long-term care industry as a Dietary Consultant desirable
Must be available outside normal business hours
U.S. Renal Care is currently looking for a Registered Dietitian. The Dietitian's role is to assure quality nutritional care of patients and their families with chronic renal failure. The Dietitian counsels patients and patients' families on prescribed diets and monitors their adherence and response to the diet therapy. They design and distribute educational materials concerning diet for the dialysis patient and conduct seminars and classes for the patients.
Educates and recommends therapeutic diets in consideration of cultural preferences and changes in treatment based on the patient's nutritional needs in consultation with the patient's physician lab outcomes.
Provide initial assessments monitoring of data to determine need for timely intervention and follow-up accordance with state regulations.
Refer patients for assistance with nutrition resources such as financial assistance, community resources or in-home assistance.
Perform regularly scheduled evaluations of standard menus for renal patients, revising and/or updating menus as necessary, and participate in monthly interdisciplinary patient care conference.
Must have Bachelor of Science Degree in Dietetics, Nutrition, or Food.
Minimum of one year experience in clinical nutrition as a Registered Dietitian required.
Current Registered Dietitian (RD/RDN) certification showing proof registered with Commission of Dietetic Registration.
Current Dietitian (LD/LDN) license in applicable state is required unless employed in the state of NJ, VA or CA. License must be maintained as current and in good standing.
U.S. Renal Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer
649044 - Potff Sports Dietitian
Leidos's Military & Veterans Health Solutions Group anticipates several openings for Sports Dietitians at various locations to support the Protection of the Force and Family (POTFF) Contract.
The Sports Dietitian provides guidance and counseling on nutritional practices to enhance recovery and optimize performance. The Sports Dietitian performs administrative and clinical duties within their scope of practice. The position is under the administrative supervision of the HPP manager.
The Sports Dietitian shall perform the following responsibilities:
Provides nutritional planning and counseling that is guided by evidence-based peer-reviewed literature.
Advises the chain of command on issues pertinent to SOF personnel's nutrition.
Provides individual or group counseling for guidance on nutrition and healthy lifestyle habits.
Designs and implements nutritional programs for SOF personnel in garrison, TAD/TDY and deployed.
Develops nutritional protocols and guidelines to enhance SOF personnel's rehabilitation and performance.
Collaborates with the HPP Manager and SMO for implementation of new protocols and guidelines.
- Assists other regional SOF assets with nutritional consultation and support as requested by the HPP
Manager and approved by the chain of command.
Participates in meetings with other HPP staff members as requested.
Ensures that adequate educational materials and sports nutrition specific supplies are available. Assists with
supply inventories. Provides input on supply needs.
- Ensures that equipment and facilities under the purview of the Sports Nutritionist are in safe working
condition and are properly utilized.
Ensures that records are updated as required. Assists in data collection as requested by the HPP Manager.
Participates in periodic in-service training for members of the HPP Staff. Attends required training in
accordance with guiding instructions. Commands will allow for attendance at the necessary conferences or
courses to complete continuing education units required to maintain professional certifications.
- Performs administrative duties, which may include maintaining records of workload, participating in
education programs, and participating in clinical staff quality assurance functions.
- Participates in peer (record) reviews as directed.
Master's level degree in Nutrition Science or related field and hold certification from the American Dietetic Association (ADA) as a Registered Dietitian (RD) and a specialty certification as a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). CSSD certification may be waived if all other qualifications are met;
however, the contractor shall earn the CSSD within six months of employment if waived.
Minimum of five years of experience in sports nutrition and a history of working with elite athletes is highly desired. Certification as a Certified Strength and conditioning Specialist (CSCS) is desired, but not required. Holds a current and valid state certification/licensure. Capable of meeting physical demands of training with SOF including the ability to hike over rough terrain and function in austere environments to observe SOF training evolutions and the ability to assist with strength and conditioning testing and training protocols. Must be able to lift and manipulate loads and plates up to 25 kilograms.May be required to receive and maintain clinical practice privileges.
US Citizenship is required. Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret government security clearance.
Leidos is a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 33,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported pro forma annual revenues of approximately $10 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2016 after giving effect to the recently completed combination of Leidos with Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions business (IS&GS). For more information, visit www.Leidos.com. The company's diverse employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are encouraged to apply. Leidos will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories for employment in accordance with relevant Laws. Leidos is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position Title: Dietitian
Reports To: Fitness Director, Assistant Fitness Director
Supervises/Direct Reports: N/A
Columbia Country Club is seeking a Maryland licensed and registered Dietitian to help build and sustain a nutrition program within the Fitness Center. The dietitian will help promote and market nutrition consultations to members of all ages. The dietitian will collaborate with personal trainers to integrate nutrition consultations as part of personal training packages. In the future the Columbia Country Club would like the dietitian to work with culinary staff to help create healthy pre-prepared meals with appropriate nutritional labels.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Displays strong written and communication skills and is able to interact with members and staff in a positive manner.
Knowledgeable of latest nutrition trends and how these trends affect various medical conditions.
Knowledge and experience using various nutrition apps and fitness devices, e.g. Fitbits, Apple Watches, Polar Watches, etc.
Conduct one on one nutrition counseling and consultations with members at Columbia.
Able to evaluate members nutrition risks, nutrition needs, nutrition wants for all ages.
Plan and implement nutrition programs to help promote healthy eating habits for members.
Assist with developing recipes based on specific nutrition guidelines that members can use.
Develop written content for weekly emails and/or bulletins.
Host nutrition clinics and seminars at Columbia.
Bachelors degree and/or masters degree, and verification statement from American Dietetic Association confirming completion of DPD (Didactic Program in Dietetics).
Current and active registration status with Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Licensed in the state of Maryland.
Minimum of 2 years of experience.
Experience with working with all age groups and various health conditions.
Certified Diabetic Educator- Registered Dietitian
'Ekahi Care Management (ECM) aims to develop and deliver disease management, care management, and well-being programs. ECM is innovating healthcare here in Hawaii. New specialty clinic with the focus on diabetes management mixing technology with frequent interpersonal touches. Team oriented approach to move the total cost care needle in the right direction. The CDE-RD is responsible for providing group and/or individual diabetes self-management education/training (DSMT) to patients (and family members) so as to enable them to learn techniques to bring their disease under control, avoid potential complications and bring about lasting improvements in quality of life. The CDE-RD will possess flexible thinking, excellent communication skills, the ability to examine, evaluate, and discuss the effectiveness of the care plans. The CDE-RD will be flexible and have the ability to work collaboratively with clinic staff and patients and be dedicated to the quality of work, and diligent about performance monitoring.
Primary Responsibilities and Duties
Assesses patient needs and works with the team to develop an individualized education plan of care to facilitate the development and application of needed skills to positively impact diabetes management
Since education has been recognized as key to the management of diabetes, work requires professional expertise in not only in the disease state, but also in education, motivation techniques for behavior change, and translating the science of nutrition and medicine into practice to help people with diabetes to manage the disease themselves
Facilitates a high level of participant satisfaction
Complies with HIPAA privacy and patient confidentiality policies and procedures
Supports the delivery team through on-going collaboration, case consultation, and process improvement
Assesses and evaluates individuals with diagnosed diabetes to identify knowledge deficits and assess education needs
Reviews provider's referral information relating to patient's diagnosis and related medical conditions/medications
Identifies the patient's specific diabetes self-management and medical nutrition therapy goals, and develops unique educational care plan to best meet individual needs and lifestyle
Confers with referring provider or provider's office staff regarding patient's individual care plan and progress; establishes and records baseline data for use in monitoring and evaluating ongoing progress
Conducts group to educate patients/families in diabetes, identify self-management objectives and modify behavior and lifestyle; topics include overall diabetes management, coping with the disease and managing risk factors; motivational techniques, healthy eating and physical activity; how their medications work, and monitor their blood glucose; explains the risk of complications; documents diabetes education activities and interventions in accordance with established procedures
Must be knowledgeable about insulin delivery systems including insulin pumps, as well as continuous glucose monitoring systems
Monitors and documents ongoing patient progress to ensure lifestyle and behavior have been adapted to facilitate effective diabetes self-management skills
Conducts individual training sessions for patients who need to work on specific diabetes self-care skills in order to reduce existing risk factors (e.g. elevated cholesterol/triglyceride levels, etc.) or for other medically-necessary reason
Follows up where progress is less than expected and initiates intervention in accordance with established procedures
Makes assessments relating to the need for insulin adjustment to control blood sugar within scope of practice as authorized by physician's (or qualified non-physician practitioner) order; test blood sugar and/or give insulin injections; consults and interprets existing protocols to determine appropriate adjustment; notifies physician of change
Maintains and applies current knowledge of diabetes disease processes and continuous advances in diabetes understanding/treatment and self-management principles, standards, practices and tools; keeps abreast of the latest clinical advances and related methodologies/protocols
Receives questions from patients and families and provides timely responses within scope of practice; consults with and refers patients to other healthcare providers as required to triage and address emergency, specific and/or changing needs
Monitors and evaluates effectiveness of training activities, and reviews evaluation data to recommend changes in instructional objectives, methods and programs; participates in the development, revision and evaluation of diabetes educational materials and programs for individuals with diabetes
Establishes and maintains relationships with other community agencies for referral and networking purposes
Bachelor degree in Nutrition and Dietetics required, Masters preferred
Registered Dietitian with CDR accreditation
License, as needed, per state requirement
Certification as a CDE (Certified Diabetes Educator)
CDE credentialed with HMSA insurance-preferred
Minimum of 2 years as a CDE-RD worker either in a hospital or out patient setting
A passion for plant based nutrition and personal experience with plant based nutrition is desirable
Current certification in BLS or CPR
Experience and adeptness in working with groups and individuals with individuals confronting chronic illness
Excellent public speaking skills and knowledge of adult education and coaching principles
Excellent interpersonal communication skills with sensitivity to patient needs
Desire and willingness to collaborate as a member of a high-functioning transdisciplinary team that supports personal transformation
Excellent computer skills
Strong passion for holistic health and wellness
Dietitian (Rd) - Part Time - Secaucus, NJ 07094
Provide your personal attention and kindness, professional insight, and a generosity of spirit. Offer expertise and encouragement. Enhance each patient's future—as well as your own.
Connect with your goals and change lives
with Fresenius Medical Care North America.
Here, we make connections that empower patients, their families, and our team members. As the global leader in dialysis healthcare, we form bonds that enable the best possible outcomes and professional satisfaction. While our extensive organization continues to grow, so do opportunities for our professionals to learn, grow, and advance.
Why Join the Fresenius Team?
Passion. Dedication. Knowledge. Motivation. Experience. These are the impressive qualities you'll find in the Fresenius Leadership Team. Our strength in the North American market and extensive global network provide our employees with the best of both worlds—the friendliness of a local organization and the stability of a worldwide organization—for diverse experiences and challenging career opportunities. When you join the Fresenius Medical Care team, you'll be welcomed into a company that is built on the philosophy that our employees are our most important asset. Our career advantages include the following:
Fresenius Medical Care is the nation's largest provider of renal care, meeting the needs of more than 135,000 patients at 1,800 clinics throughout the country.
Our well-established, trusted organization fosters a spirit of camaraderie, emphasizing friendly collaboration, professional support, and career development.
Superior training, UltraCare® quality control, and certification procedures ensure your potential to succeed and advance as a professional.
Competitive compensation and exceptional benefits.
Outstanding tuition reimbursement program.
Recognized among Fortune's "World's Most Admired Companies" in 2011.
National Safety Award from CNA insurance companies for 11 consecutive years.
Opportunities to give back by participating in philanthropy and community outreach programs.
Registered Dietitian-Renal CareEmbrace this opportunity to help patients live better lives and accomplish important professional objectives. As part of an interdisciplinary team within our Medical Services division, the professional we select will provide patients with counseling and nutritional assessments, and calculate prescription diets. This individual will assess patient knowledge of diet and kidney disease, and offer patient-specific, detailed information about nutritional status, adequacy measures and results, fluid status, and nutrition-related lab parameters.PURPOSE AND SCOPE:Supports FMCNA's mission, vision, core values and customer service philosophy. Adheres to the FMCNA Compliance Program, including following all regulatory and FMS policy requirements.Provides nutritional services for the facility's in-center and home patients as applicable in order to maximize the patient's nutritional status and improve clinical outcomes. Functions as a member of the interdisciplinary healthcare team, supporting the FMCNA commitment to the Quality Enhancement Program (QEP) and Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAI) activities. Actively participates in process improvement activities that enhance the likelihood that patients will achieve their individualized patient-specific goals as determined by the patient's physician.DUTIES / ACTIVITIES:CUSTOMER SERVICE:
Responsible for driving the FMS culture through values and customer service standards.
Accountable for outstanding customer service to all external and internal customers.
Develops and maintains effective relationships through effective and timely communication.
Takes initiative and action to respond, resolve and follow up regarding customer service issues with all customers in a timely manner.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Assesses patient's knowledge of diet and kidney disease and provides education appropriate to patient's learning needs regarding the relationship of diet and kidney disease and the impact on the treatment process.
Provides patient specific detailed education to patient/family/caregiver regarding nutritional status, adequacy measures and results, fluid status, and all nutrition related lab parameters pertaining to their disease process.
Completes nutritional assessment and participates in the interdisciplinary comprehensive assessments.
Participates with the interdisciplinary team in the development of a written, individualized comprehensive plan of care that specifies the services necessary to address the patient's needs, in accordance with established Federal and, where applicable, state licensure guidelines.
Calculates diet prescription according to standard of practice.
Completes progress notes on all chronic dialysis patients according to established FMCNA guidelines. Maintains complete and accurate documentation of all appropriate information in medical record according to established FMCNA policies and Federal and state regulations.
Provides patient with ongoing nutrition assessment and outcome-oriented nutrition counseling necessary to assist patient in achieving and sustaining an effective nutritional status.
Identifies malnourished patients as well as patients at risk for malnutrition and works collaboratively with interdisciplinary team to identify appropriate interventions, resources or solutions. Reviews each patient's albumin level and body weight at least monthly. Implements plan of care with involvement of patient/family/caregiver.
Monitors adherence and response to nutrition therapy, adjusts therapy as needed to achieve and sustain an effective nutritional status, documents why the patient was unable to achieve the goals and implements the plan of care to address issues impacting the patient's ability to achieve the goals.
Collaborates with the interdisciplinary team on Urea Kinetic Modeling recommendations to achieve the physician's prescription of Kt/V.
Collaborates with the interdisciplinary team on management and recommendations for mineral metabolism and renal bone disease, anemia and iron status, nutritional status, psychosocial status, vascular access, modality, rehabilitation status and sodium/volume control.
Adheres to FMCNA algorithm and medical record policies.
Reports on nutrition QAI results and participates in the interdisciplinary QAI program.
Collaborates and coordinates with team members in provision of Pre-ESRD education as appropriate.
When appropriate, works with Case Manager to coordinate plan of care for patient education and identifies candidates to refer to physician for nutritional supplements, as per disease management agreements.
Reviews nutrition related lab results:
Counsels patient and/or caregiver and formulates appropriate action.- Recommends treatment changes to the interdisciplinary team as appropriate.- Communicates with physician and/or facility staff regarding lab results as appropriate.- Communicates lab results and recommended treatment changes to providers of patient care in nursing facilities (i.e. hospitals, short term and long term care facilities).
Participates in pertinent staff meetings (i.e. general staff, quality improvement), Care plan meetings, and others as applicable.
Consults with FMS Corporate Dietitian regarding nutrition concerns as needed.
Maintains and improves knowledge and skills for a competent and innovative practice.
Maintains dietetic registration and continuing education hours as specified by American Dietetic Association and state licensure regulations where applicable.
Collaborates with interdisciplinary team, ensuring that all work areas are safe and clean.
Other nutrition management duties as assigned.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Day to day work includes desk and personal computer work and interaction with patients, facility staff and physicians. The position requires travel between assigned facilities and various locations within the community. Travel to regional, Business Unit and Corporate meetings may be required.
The work environment is characteristic of a health care facility with air temperature control and moderate noise levels. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases/materials.
Registered Dietitian as per Commission on Dietetic Registration.
Board Certified Specialist in Renal Nutrition encouraged.
Current state licensure if applicable.
EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
Minimum of 1 year professional work experience in clinical nutrition as a Registered Dietitian.
Previous renal experience preferred.
Demonstrated leadership competencies and skills for the position, including ability to teach, strong organizational skills, excellent communication, customer service, relationship development, results orientation, team building and decision making.
Able to perform responsibilities with minimum supervision.
Basic computer skills required.
EO/AA Employer: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
One (1) Full-time position (Inpatient & Outpatient)
Provide therapeutic nutrition intervention for children with chronic diseases on an inpatient and outpatient basis, including children with cerebral palsy and diabetes.
Provide nutrition management of inpatient and outpatient chronic disease pediatric population.
Review chart/gather data; obtain/plot/assess anthropometric data; assess lab data; obtain diet history/feeding ability/growth history/diagnosis; assess drug/nutrient interactions; chart assessment and recommendations.
Obtain nutrition history; instruct as appropriate; obtain feedback to teaching/questions; provide literature/education materials; plan future follow-up/provide information; calculate and chart on above.
Assess growth/weight changes; determine intake/history/labs, identify obstacles/ability to feed; reassess diet order appropriateness.
Prepare for weekly team meetings (i.e. gather weights, identify problems with feeding or growth); attend staffings; contribute to goals/plans/education for discharge; daily interactions with others; meetings with speech/pharmacy and other services.
Creating education materials; orientate residents/medical students/nurses; core curriculum lectures; foster parent training; chief of service rounds.
Provide education on carbohydrate counting meal planning for the inpatient and outpatient diabetes population.
Participate in daytime and evening outpatient clinics for the Chicago Children's Diabetes Center.
Provide nutrition education to patients new to the insulin pump.
Participate in community events supporting diabetes
Request and interpret labs; follow hydration/electrolyte status; complete TPN forms; consult with attending from Nutrition Support Team and La Rabida attendings; write orders and follow new or home TPN therapy.
Participate in outpatient chronic disease clinics
Monitor/obtain information form chart for QA markers; calculate and record data.
Ensure diet orders are correct; set diet restrictions and follow-up to monitor accuracy; assist with menu selections of complex/restricted diets; assist with diabetic menus/plan snacks; calculate special infant formulas/supplementation; troubleshoot for feeding problems/food preferences.
BS in Nutrition or BS in Biology or Health Studies with enrollment in Dietetics Program required.
Certified Nutrition Support Dietitian (CNSD) preferred.
2 years experience preferred
Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) Registered Dietitian OR Registered Dietitian (RD) eligible; Licensed in State of Illinois within 6 months of hire required.
Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)/CDE eligible preferred, Certified Nutrition Support Dietitian credential (CNSD) preferred.
Under the leadership of the Director of Counseling and Human Development and the direct supervision of the Coordinator of Nutrition Programs, this position provides individual nutritional counseling services to students, and serves as a liaison between Health Services and Dartmouth Dining Services. This position also provides outreach and education to students about nutritional best practices while coordinating care via consultation to health care professionals within Health Services and in the community with the aim of delivering quality care and services.
This is a part-time position (16 hrs/week) and is not benefits-eligible.
Dietitian - (Temp/Wic) (15888)
Location: 2400 Belvidere Road, Waukegan IL (Belvidere Medical Bldg.)Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday (8:30am
4:30pm) Thursday (11:00am
7:00pm) *One Saturday per month
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Dietitian, provides medical nutrition therapy, nutrition counseling, community outreach/education, appropriate referral and follow up for clients and families based on identified high-risk condition and individual needs. Work involves direct client contact in a clinic setting and is performed in accordance with state and local agency policies and procedures.
Assesses and evaluates nutritional needs of clients with high-risk conditions referred by the Special Supplement Nutrition Program Women Infant and Children (WIC) Certifying Health Professional or Primary Care Medical Provider.
Provides medical nutrition therapy including development of an individual care plan, nutrition counseling using motivational interviewing, breastfeeding support and follow up for clients and families based on assessed nutritional risk factors and individual need.
Provides WIC certification for eligible clients based upon evaluation of dietary, anthropometrics, clinical and health history data in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Demonstrates knowledge of sound nutritional practices for normal nutrition, as well as appropriate medical nutrition therapy for individuals with a diagnosed medical condition.
Provides consultation services to WIC and Primary Care medical staff as needed to assist with ongoing plans of care for nutrition management of medical conditions.
Demonstrates age specific competency in the provision of services to clients.
Refers clients/families to Family Case Management and other health and social services agencies as needed and verifies that high-risk clients obtain services from referrals.
Documents clinical information including nutrition care plans in clients' electronic health record (NextGen and Cornerstone) according to agency and state standards.
Participates in gathering and maintaining programmatic /outcome data and completes required forms/reports (including timecard) in a timely manner.
Participates in the integration of Nutrition Services with other LCHD programs including Prenatal, Pediatrics, Dental, Family Case Management, Early Intervention and Immunizations.
Participates in Continuous Quality Improvement activities to assess and monitor program services and develop plans for improvement as needed.
Develops and presents nutrition education/in-service training for clients/patients, clinic staff and the community.
Issues Medically Prescribed Formula in compliance with state and local agency policies and procedures.
Assists in maintaining office, clinic security by locking up equipment, WIC Food Instruments, Farmers' Market coupons and other supplies.
Acts as an alternate for other sites as required.
Assists in the orientation and training of new staff and dietetic interns.
Assists in developing and reviewing nutrition education materials for health promotion.
Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition related field.
One-year experience in clinical/community nutrition experience desired.
Requires current Illinois licensure as a Licensed Dietitian or Illinois licensure by reciprocity within six months of initial date of employment.
Requires current Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) certification by the Commission on Dietetic Registration of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Ability to work on evenings, weekends, holidays and overtime if necessary.
Dietitian 2, Clinical Nutrition Staff, Full Time, 9A-5:30P
The registered dietitian (RD) isresponsible for the nutritional intervention of acute care hospitalizedpatients. The RD recommends appropriate medical nutrition therapy basedon patient's diagnosis and nutritional status.
Educates patients, familyand significant others on nutritional guidelines to follow at home, asneeded. Contributes to departmental achievements through processimprovement. Documents nutritional interventions including plan of carein patients' charts following established procedures.
Educator and resourceperson for area of nutrition specialization. Provides consultative andspecialized advisement within area of expertise to physicians to optimizepatient outcomes.
Bachelors Degree Dietitian/Nutritionist CDR Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist Additional
This position requires direct patient care through assessment, intervention and care planning.
Years of experience must be obtained in a hosptial clinical setting. The following proven skills are expected, include excellent verbal/written communication, critical thinking, basic computer, and service excellence. Minimum Required Experience: 2 Years
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