Food and nutrition impacts us every day. At the Nutrition and Wellness Service, we believe food is a great source of pleasure and health, even for individuals faced with special nutrition needs. Together with you, your medical team, and your friends and family, our dietitians provide comprehensive nutrition assessment and counseling to meet your needs. Our goal is to guide you in making long-lasting nutrition and lifestyle changes that will help promote and enhance your wellbeing.
We provide the highest quality of nutritional care to patients and their families for a variety of conditions and diseases. These include: Cancer, Care before and after organ transplantation, Heart disease, Digestive disorders, Pregnancy, Diabetes management, Sports Nutrition, Eating Disorders, Food Allergies/intolerances, HIV/AIDS, Vegetarian nutrition, Tube feeding & total parenteral nutrition (TPN) needs, Weight Management, Healthy eating/wellness, and many other diseases and conditions.
We also offer classes about prediabetes to the public. You can access the schedule on the “Health Events” page.
If you would like to find out more about our services or make an appointment, please contact us.
Our RDs are not only experts in nutrition science, but also in communication techniques and behavioral change strategies. They will explain the science of nutrition to you in simple ways and take your unique nutrition needs into account when providing nutrition counseling. Together with you, our RDs will create a personal plan, helping you improve your health and lifestyle by making lasting dietary changes.
Registered dietitians (RD) are the only healthcare professional trained in nutrition science. To become an RD, one must take nutrition science classes in college or their Masters program and complete a dietetic internship, similar to a residency for a doctor.
To learn more about our RDs, click here.
This page was last modified on 4/20/2016