The Dietitian position is located in the Nutrition and Food Service Line.Learn more about this agency
Work Schedule: Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. In addition to the normal work schedule, rotating on-call pager for weekends and holidays providing on-site support as needed. May work irregular or extended hours as needed.
Travel: Occasional Travel between the main campus and outlying CBOC locations.
Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
The Clinical Dietitian is the clinical nutrition expert responsible for independently planning, developing and directing all clinical nutrition care activities for assigned clients, including those with complex medical and nutritional needs. This position will provide nutrition support and education to patients and support the facility's mission of coordinated clinical nutrition care with other health care providers, the client, the client's family, and the community. The incumbent must have expertise in nutrition diagnoses, physical nutrition assessment, food/drug interactions, drug/nutrient depletion, establishment of nutritional goals, and implementing nutrition interventions for a wide range of nutritional disease entities. The Clinical Dietitian will evaluate nutrition assessments, review and interpret pertinent diagnostic and treatment data, and develop, implement, and monitor the nutrition care plan. Other core duties include the following:
- Reviews and calculates modified diets to meet the special dietary needs of those patients requiring nutrition intervention.
- Accurately documents in the medical record the nutritional status, nutrient intake, nutritional education, and other pertinent data.
50% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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