The Brigham and Women's Hospital Department of Nutrition provides nutrition services both for ambulatory (walk-in) patients and for patients in our hospital.
As part of the Brigham and Women's Hospital, the Department of Nutrition is dedicated to providing the highest quality patient-focused nutrition care, to advancing the practice of clinical nutrition, and to educating future dietitians and other healthcare providers.
To become the premier center for nutrition practice by taking a leadership role in enhancing nutrition care through development of cutting-edge systems and models. We will create the highest quality of nutritional care through our commitment to patients and their families, the innovation inherent in our academic programs, and the strength of partnerships with members of the Partners HealthCare System, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard University, and our local community.
Quality Patient Care
Delivering patient-focused, quality care is the center of everything we do.
We uphold the highest standards in training healthcare professionals.
We continuously seek new ways to demonstrate our leadership role in clinical nutrition studies and nutrition outcomes research.
Our focus is to serve our customers.
Supportive Work Environment
We recognize and value the contributions of every individual. We support an environment that fosters creative thought, respect, growth, and fulfillment.
We continuously strive to develop multi-factorial systems and multi-disciplinary teams for enhanced nutritional care and services.
Embracing change will help us be effective.
We strive for efficient and effective delivery of our services.